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Camping with kids can be a lot of fun, but it can also be a little bit daunting if you’re not sure what to expect. In this blog post, we will provide some tips for having a successful camping trip with your children. We’ll talk about activities that the whole family can enjoy, as well as some tips for keeping everyone safe and happy while away from home. So pack up the car and get ready for an adventure!
Orion Lagoon is a world class swimming lagoon in Springfield made up of 3.5kms of swimming pools at depths varying from 0-1.5M, making it the perfect day out for any family.
The stunning Nerima Gardens are the perfect place to go for a quiet, tranquil stroll through nature, where you will discover a series of paths that snake through fir trees and other native Australian plants – many of which are indigenous to Ipswich.
Queens Park is one of the oldest parks in Queensland that features that features a large playground for children, lots of grassy areas to run around, plenty of beautiful, shady picnic spots and much more.
Boxhead Park is a beach hut themed playground located in Lota that is perfect for both toddlers and older children, featuring large grassy areas, playground equipment and more.
Mt Gravatt Lookout is a large picnic area located at the top of Mt Gravatt which is famous for its amazing views of Brisbane’s CBD and surrounding mountain ranges. On a clear day you can see as far as the D’Aguilar Range, Mt Coot-tha and the Glass House Mountains.
Tamborine Mountain Rainforest Skywalk is a privately owned and run rainforest walk consisting of 30 acres of beautiful rainforest canopies, located beside the beautiful rock-pools of Cedar Creek, on Mt Tamborine.
Wynnum Wading Pool Park is a public water park located at the edge of town, next to the sea in Wynnum. Apart from the water park and wading pool, the park also features a playground for the kids, sheltered areas for picnics, nearby cafes and push bike paths, if you’re in the mood for a ride.
Located right next to Queens Park and Nerima Gardens in Ipswich, the Ipswich Nature Centre is an absolute must if you’re a fan of animals and nature.
Located at just a 10 minute drive from central Surfers Paradise, the Gold Coast Regional Botanical Gardens are a tranquil escape into nature set on 31 hectares of land overlooking the Gold Coast Hinterland.