Around a 50-minute drive from the Brisbane city, this epic playground can be found within the new Flagstone development, near the Logan suburb of Jimboomba. It is a bit of a trek for most Brissie locals, but, as we quickly found out, it's very much worth it.
The major standout here would have to be the sky-high tower (actually 11 metres tall), connected to four super slides via a series of climbing webs, sky cabins and a 19-metre sky bridge.
Although my littlies spent a great deal of time gazing up at the magnificent structure above, their tender ages meant that, for the time being at least, that's as close to the action as they were going to get.
Fortunately, the park is also home to a dedicated toddler zone, which proved to be just as impressive. The caterpillar-themed climbing web and sunken tunnel were particularly popular with the three-year-old, while the teensy tiny slides were a hit with the one-year-old.
There's a stack of other things to keep the kids occupied, including twin flying foxes and eight different swings, suitable for children of all ages and abilities. For the older kids, make sure you pack the balls to make use of the dedicated basketball and multipurpose courts.
Skater boys and girls will love the shiny new skate plaza, while there's also a network of paths (including some with cute little road markings) for young cyclists.
If the idea of spending the whole day at a playground has you shaking in your boots (I hear you!), then you needn't fear as there's a stack of shaded seating both in and around the play area. Crucially, the park has well-maintained toilet facilities and plentiful parking.