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Bundaberg Parks and Playgrounds Our Guide

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Bundaberg Parks and Playgrounds Our Guide

The BEST Bundaberg Parks and Playgrounds in our region………as tried and tested by our own Wide Bay Kids! Read on for a full list of our favourite parks and playgrounds in and around Bundaberg. Click on each park name to read our review.

Bundaberg Parks and Playgrounds

Alexandra Park Zoo and Playground

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Alexandra Park Zoo and Playground is one of our favourite local parks to visit.  A beautifully shaded park with lots of space! Our Wide Bay Kids love the zoo animals and the great variety of playground equipment suitable for kids of all ages.  Read our review of Alexandra Park Zoo and Playground here.

Boreham Park

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Boreham Park and Playground also known as the monorail park.  This park is beautifully shaded with lots and lots of space! There are 5 fantastic areas to the park: the monorail, the flying fox, the playgrounds, the mini bmx tracks and the open spaced areas.  This park is fantastic for kids and adults of all ages with something to suit everyone and is popular with us locals after school and on weekends. Read our review of Boreham Park here.

Lake Ellen Park

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It’s not hard to spend a few hours at Lake Ellen Park.  This large park has equipment catering for children of all ages and abilities. We love going here in the cooler months with friends. We set up a picnic rug in a sunny central position and let the kids go for it. This park has 4 main areas: the playgrounds, bike and scooter tracks and lake and walking tracks. Read our review of Lake Ellen Park here.

Bundaberg Botanic Gardens

The Bundaberg Botanic Gardens are a fabulous place to explore with kids.  Set on 27 hectares there is plenty of room to walk, run, scoot, skate, ride bikes and enjoy being in the great outdoors.  The gardens have 4 main areas; the playground, the gardens, boardwalk and lake, the steam train rides, the cafe and museums. There definitely is something for everyone. Read our review of the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens here.

Queens Park 

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Queens Park Bundaberg is a large shady park and the perfect spot for picnics, bike riding and a true nature play experience. There are plenty of benches and table sets scattered as well as bbq’s scattered throughout the park. Read our review of Queens Park Bundaberg here

Bargara Parks and Playgrounds

Turtle Park Bargara

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The Turtle Park Bargara is positioned on the Esplanade of Bargara Beach and is a popular picnic spot with us locals.  The park and playground are very interactive and adjoin a rocky beach foreshore, with local Cafes directly across the road. Read our review of the Turtle Park Bargara here.

Schuhkraft Park

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Schuhkraft Park is located on the foreshore of Bargara Beach and hidden along the Esplanade path in a lush grassy shaded area.  The park has a great low ropes courseexercise station, and a field including soccer nets. This park is great for older kids and prefect for picnics by the seaside. Read our review of Schuhkraft Park here.

Nielsons Beach Park and Playground

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Nielsons Beach Park and Playground is located seaside on the Esplanade at Bargara and is fabulous for kids of all ages. Adjoining the playground is the old skating rink , the local skate park, and an outdoor half court basketball and tennis courts. Lots of paths suitable for bikes, prams, skates and scooters. Read more about Nielsons Beach Park and Playground here.

Christsen Park Bargara

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Christsen Park and Playground Bargara is located on the Esplanade of Bargara right next to the Basin swimming area. Great park for all ages from the very young to adults.Great paths, playground, and picnic areas. Read more about Christsen Park and Playground Bargara here

Burnett Heads, Moore Park, Innes Park, and Elliott Heads Parks

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Burnett Heads, Moore Park, Innes Park and Elliott Heads all have great playgrounds along their foreshores. Head to the Esplanades of these beach areas to explore them. Burnett Heads, Innes Park and Moore Park all have skate parks with Elliott Heads and Innes Park also hosting volleyball courts. Read more about each of these parks here. 

Click here to read more information on Bundaberg Nature Parks and Walking tracks for kids in and around Bundaberg.

To find inspiration for other things to do with kids across the Wide Bay head to our Things to do page or check out our What’s on calendar to see a range of local events, festivals and activities that are on right now across our region.


Joanne is many different things. She is a single mum of two, psychology student, daughter, big sister, friend, handywomen, cook and podcast nerd! Jo has an avid interest in health and wellness which eventuated after the birth of her second child who was born allergic and intolerant to the world (or so it seemed!).

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