Set in a prime location on the Redcliffe Peninsula, Spinnaker Park is a lovely all-abilities playground set on the Newport lake that appeals to families looking to spend a day out in the sun. Spinnaker Park, created in collaboration with Stockland Newport and the Touched by Olivia Foundation (which creates inclusive playspaces for all to ensure all children can play), is an all-purpose playground north of Brisbane that ensures children of all abilities can play together.
The all-abilities playground in north Brisbane features 18 pieces of equipment with a nautical theme in mind. The main piece being an iconic three-storey high-sail tower inspired by the sails of a ship breaking the horizon. This function tower features an accessible wheelchair viewing platform with stunning views over the lake and Moreton Bay.
The play area is ideal for all ages, with equipment providing a wide variety of play activities that will inspire the imagination of children to run wild with a play boat, a coconut rope swing, climbing nets, slides, sand and water play activities that will challenge children's physical, social and cognitive development.
The colossal 11-meter sailing tower is packed with multi-level climbing activities and two fast slides, with spectacular views of Newport Lake from the elevated ramp entrance hugging the side. The Toddler sail tower also provides climbing activities for the little pirates and a slide and play boat where they can be captains in their own adventure.
The playground is a showcase of accessibility, ensuring all children, no matter age or physical disability, can play together and enjoy being outdoors.
Spanning nearly 9,000 square metres, families have plenty of room to play and have fun. There is also a launch area for non-motorised watercraft such as kayaks and paddleboards which offers public access to Newport's Lake.
Picnic shelters and BBQ's are conveniently placed for parents to keep an eye on children playing or on the lake and canal for spectacular views of the picnic. The park also features an immersive water fountain sculpture which will be illuminated of a night-time to provide a dazzling display.
There are also public toilets just outside the fenced playground area of the park, across from a grassy green expanse, ideal for those who want to kick or throw a ball around.
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