I am always looking out for new experiences, wherever I may find myself.
Published September 20th 2014
When I saw the huge, fort-like structure called Kidspace passing for play equipment at Seventh Brigade Park in Chermside, I was impressed. When I saw the equipment at Tintookie Park I was continually surprised (a crab, a truck, what next?). In fact, one thing I've noticed about Brisbane is that many of its playgrounds are quite interesting, and unique play equipment seems very common.
Part of the Kidspace at Seventh Brigade Park, Chermiside
Among the things I've found at local parks have been unusual net structures (like below, at Tinley Park, just outside Brisbane), themed jungle gyms and interesting takes on rock climbing (head back to Tintookie Park for this one). Even the basic pommel swing gets a new take at Brennan Park (which is also on Bribie Island, a location that seems particularly creative with its parks).
But where is the most unusual piece of equipment? Where is the most unique park, one that all the kids want to go to?