Grahame Stewart Park can be found in Currimundi, between Croydon Avenue and Ilya Street on the Sunshine Coast. A huge bonus for parents is that this park is fully fenced and is accessible via pathways, that link from the plentiful street parking, to each activity within the park.
The Grahame Stewart Park must be as close to a child's paradise as can be found (besides perhaps Pioneer Park in Landsborough) with a variety of activities on offer for all ages. The two playgrounds cater for younger children with a red stationary train, swings and unique circular rope activities.
The entire Grahame Stewart Park playground has been specifically designed to be inclusive, to contain play elements that encourage children of all levels of ability to interact with one another, in imaginary play and exploration. The Grahame Stewart Park is also home to 'Where is the Green Sheep' story seat, as included in my 10 Seats, 10 Stories, 10 Parks article.
For the older children in the family, look out for the multi-purpose court, flying fox as well as the ever so cute bike education track, with miniature street signage, painted road lines and even a bridge. This bike track is especially awesome when teaching littlies how to cycle or scooter along, whilst gaining confidence in safe surroundings.
The Grahame Stewart Park in Currimundi is extremely popular with families for birthday parties and large get-togethers, as the Park features include sheltered picnic and BBQ facilities, water fountains and a toilet block.
Whether your child is keen on becoming a train driver, a mountain climber or a police officer directing traffic, the themed playground equipment at the Grahame Stewart Park is ideal for encouraging imaginative play and ensuring the kids are kept busy for hours. A short drive from the Grahame Stewart Park is the stunning Currimundi Lake and Surf Beach - a fabulous add-on for a family day out.