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Heading southwest from the CBD leads to incredible playgrounds across Logan, Ipswich and Brisbane. Check out some of our favourites below! How many can you tick off over the summer holidays?

Spring Mountain Lagoon Park, Spring Mountain

Spring Mountain Lagoon Park offers fun for the whole family. The tall play tower has multiple paths on and off the structure and a range of bridges and tunnels connecting the neighbouring towers to keep children playing for longer. The surrounding play space includes swings for all ages, a cableway, and talk tubes to keep children playing longer.

Why we love it: Toilets, BBQ, Sensory Play, Picnic Area

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Flagstone Adventure Playground, Undullah

Situated in Flagstone’s ten-hectare regional park is an adventure playground that has something for everyone. The 11-metre tall tower acts as a beacon for all to come and play, connected with rope bridges to sky cabins and a tall slide. A dedicated toddler zone, wheelchair carousal, trampolines, flying foxes, and swings means there is play opportunities for all ages and abilities. The surrounding area includes bike-paths, a skate park, basketball court, and open field makes this a destination for the whole family.

Why we love it: Picnic Tables, Toilets, Wheelchair accessible, Nearby Waterpark, Café

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Tucker Family Park, Bellbird Park

This cube play tower reaches 10 metres into the sky and offers views over the surrounding trees, giving children the feeling of being surrounded by nature. With slides at multiple heights for children of various ages as well as swings, see-saws, a toddler unit and other ground level play opportunities, there is hours of fun for the whole family.

Why we love it: Drinking Fountains, Bike Paths, Picnic Tables

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Orion Mega Playground, Springfield

While getting your Christmas shopping done, why not take a break to enjoy the expansive destination playground that finds its home at Orion Springfield Central. A tall play tower, bridges, long slides and toddler units create the perfect space to relax and explore. The rubber flooring, inclusive wheelchair carousal, in-ground trampoline and basket swing create accessible play opportunities for the whole family.

Why we love it: Nearby Toilets, Shade Sails, Proximity to shops

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Hilltop Adventure Park, Collingwood Park

The Woodlinks Estate is home to Queensland’s first Giants Base Play Tower, a play structure that features an 8m long slide, play panels and a series of climbing opportunities. A supernova, flying fox and basket swing enhance the play space and a nearby outdoor fitness space encourage the whole family to get playing. The proximity of the exercise equipment enables parents to participate in exercise while watching their children play.

Why we love it: Outdoor Fitness, Shade Sales, Rubber Flooring

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Ripley Adventure Park, South Ripley

A flying fox, long slides, net bridges and climbing frames, and sky cabins make this one of the most exhilarating playgrounds in Ipswich. The nearby waterpark guarantees this as a fun day out for the whole family as children explore all that Ripley Adventure Park has to offer.

Why we love it: Toilets, Showers, Flying Fox, BBQ

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While you’re in the area, why not also check out:

Fenwick Park, Springfield Lakes – Maps |Rotary Park, Brentwood ForestMaps | Spring Mountain ReserveMaps | Redbank Plains Recreational ReserveMaps | Verrall Park, Collingwood Park – Maps