Justins Park

Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast Area

Located right on the foreshore, Justins Park is a great location for kids and adults alike. There are many picnic tables and park bench seats aplenty. Make a day of it and bring a picnic, or grab some fish and chips and soak in the Burleigh atmosphere.

The kids playground in Justins Park is a favourite with the littlies - all the traditional favourites are there such as swings, slides and climbing, as well as a balance beam, spinning tea cup and more!

The Oceanway through Justins Park is a hub of activity. It is a locals favourite, with the wide pathways perfect for joggers, bikes and prams. This two kilometre walk also has five kiddies parks conveniently positioned at intervals!

The area just to the north of Justins Park comes alive each Monday and Wednesday morning. Over 100 residents enjoy this free Council Active and Healthy activity from 8.30am - come along and join in, and experience the relaxation and energy of tai chi.

The Justins Park and Burleigh Esplanade park areas are always a hub of activity - get out and about and join in today!

The Esplanade
Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
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