Paradise Point Parklands

Paradise Point, Gold Coast Area

Paradise Point Parklands are the perfect location for taking a stroll, rolling out the picnic rug, enjoying the playground amenities or simply relaxing whilst overlooking Gold Coast's tranquil Broadwater. Amazing views make this one of the most beautiful parks on the Gold Coast. The winding walkway through the Parklands provides a great way to start exploring the many features on offer.

The Parklands have upgraded public amenities, barbecue facilities and picnic shelters. Pack a picnic, throw a snag on the barbie, or if you really want to relax, there are many coffee shops or fish and chip stores located right along the Esplanade.

The kids will be entertained for hours with the large playground area. The playground features and activities are very unique, and are sure to keep the kids enthralled. Climbing, slides, swings, all the traditional favourites, as well as many new activities and play spaces.

There are also open grassed areas, perfect for a game of cricket with the kids, or a kick of the footy. The park benches overlooking the beautiful Broadwater provide a majestic view, and a romantic spot to enjoy with your loved one.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
The Esplanade
Paradise Point, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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