Located on 30 Brodie Street Hughenden, Queensland, this compact little playground is bliss for local residents and people passing through Hughenden. Hughenden is situated approximately halfway between the cities of Townsville and Mount Isa. Situated along the popular tourist drive 'The Overlander's Way', Hughenden is a popular place for travellers to stretch their legs.
Brodie Street Playground offers quite a range of activities for children. From compact play equipment to bicycle tracks, to free electricity BBQ and picnics area. This playground is fully fenced, so it gives extra safety and security for parents with young children. You can just sit on some benches provided and relax at the BBQ while children can safely play around the playground area.
The playground has a colourful soft-fall mat. You can find a little cubby house, some climbing frames and slippery sides. One thing that we noticed was that the cubby house's roof is decorated with the shape of dinosaur bones. It's obvious as Hughenden is part of Dinosaur Trail in Queensland.
Besides the playground equipment, this playground is completed with bike tracks and some road signs. You can also find some see-saws here. The playground equipment was under a shade but the bike track is not undercover, so sunscreen and hats are a must before heading to this playground.
You can find ample parking area around the playground and parking also available for buses and caravans. This great playground is also completed with toilets, drinking water, bins, and plenty of grassy areas for kids to run. What else can you ask for?