INSIDE: A Sneak Peek at Parklake Park Maudsland Gold Coast.
I remember visiting Parklake Park with my daughter when it was newly opened.
Years later, it’s had a revamp and is as good as ever.
The GIANT Blue Slide is the reason you should go.
The spider web swing, giant fort and super fun toddler playgrounds are the reasons you should stay.
See below for all the details, including how to get here.
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- 1 Guide to Parklake Park Maudsland
- 2 Parklake Park Gold Coast equipment
- 3 Picnic at Parklake Playground in Maudsland
- 4 THE INSIDE SCOOP: Pacific Pines Playground at Parklake
- 5 How to get to Parklake Park Maudsland
- 6 Map of Parklake Park Gold Coast
- 7 Facilities at Park Lake Park
- 8 Toadstool Rating – Park Lake Estate Maudsland for Kids
- 9 Looking for MORE SUPER DOOPER FUN things to do on the Gold Coast with kids?
Guide to Parklake Park Maudsland
The centrepiece of the Parklake Playground is a giant fort with two levels.
The monster slide drops from the top level.
The toddler slide starts from the lower level.
Kids LOVE the giant slippery dip at Parklake Park, Pacific Pines.
Parklake Park Gold Coast equipment
The Parklake Park has three separate areas, on different levels, featuring:
- Rocker ride ons
- Spider Web swing
- Circle of swings for multiple children
- Toddler playground with four-person seesaw
- Rope bridge
- Modern toddler fort with slides and bridges
- Flying fox
Parklake Playground sandplay area has:
- a roundhouse cubby for kids
- talking tubes
- balancing beam pods
- city car racer
- giant turtle seat
- spinning poles
- tunnels to hide in
This area makes it the best playground for toddlers on the Gold Coast.
Picnic at Parklake Playground in Maudsland
There is so much to do at these community parks here.
Bring a picnic and find a spot in the shade near the playground, or enjoy a BBQ.
There’s free BBQ plates available.
Score a seat in the Rotunda next to the cricket field and watch the kids have fun playing with soccer balls and wind toys.
There’s also a circuit of Fitness Equipment.
There are baby turtles in the creek next to the playground. Spy on them but don’t pick them up.
THE INSIDE SCOOP: Pacific Pines Playground at Parklake
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Address: Corner of Greenway Blvd and Binstead Way in Maudsland QLD
Website: Click here
Opening Hours: Sunrise to sunset.
Entry Fees: Free
How to get to Parklake Park Maudsland
By Train: The closest station is Helensvale train station.
By Bus: Catch bus 714, 717, or 727 from Helensvale station to Pitcairn Way near Norris St and walk 12 minutes.
By Car: Click here for google map directions
ParkLake Park parking
Parklake carpark is next to the cricket ground.
Enter via Superfish Swimming School entrance.
Otherwise, find a parking spot along Greenway Boulevard. (Free also!)
Map of Parklake Park Gold Coast
Facilities at Park Lake Park
Nearest takeaway coffee and/or food options: BYO picnic, or BBQ foods and drinks.
Toilets: Yes, including baby change table
Disability access: Limited
Ground cover: Rubber soft fall, concrete pathways, bark, sand, grassy fields
Picnic tables: Yes
Electric BBQs: Yes
Water Bubblers/fountains: Yes
Scooters and Bikes: Yes
Dogs: On leash
Toadstool Rating – Park Lake Estate Maudsland for Kids
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