Bray Farm Park in Griffin provides an adventurous day of fun and exploration with a Halloween vibe like no other, and a Harry Potter-esque feel about it. This Griffin park is sure to amuse your children and challenge their physical (and magical) abilities with a special take on the wizarding world.
Nicknamed 'Harry Potter Park' by locals for its enchanting architecture, Bray Farm Park blends art, culture and nature to create a unique family friendly park in Moreton Bay Region, north of Brisbane.
Tucked away in Griffin's peaceful Riverbreeze estate, the Brisbane Harry Potter Park features two key bridge-climbing structures, fireman's pole, slide, towers and walls. Plus, there is a larger separate climbing frame which resembles Hermione's time turner from the Harry Potter movies.
Surrounded by native trees, you 're likely to hear the local birdlife call, and maybe even see a kangaroo or koala! Children can also have a bit of fun jumping through the large pumpkin and tomato sculptures spread throughout the park and ducking around the play equipment behind the bird and animal sculptures.
Accessibility is one of the most critical considerations at creating a park. While the main playground is set in bark, Bray Farm Park provides a concrete pathway that weaves benches and picnic shelters around the equipment. This feature makes the Griffin Harry Potter Park open to wheelchair users, parents with prams and children carrying along their scooters or bikes.
Other great features include:
Bray Farm Park does not have an amenities block or a barbecue but may come later if visitors request it. If you wish for these facilities to be installed, please contact your local Councillor to request the additions. Please also note that the playground is not fenced and is fairly close to the road so caution should be exercised with children.
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