Officially opened in January 2012, the new Skywalk Playground Project has made Calamvale District Park one of Brisbane's greatest playgrounds.
  • The skywalk consists of up to 8m high "sky cabins" connected by free-standing bridges which lead to a massive tube slide.
  • There are giant climbing webs and a rock-climbing structure for those who want to practise their climbing skills.
  • Two flying foxes, a circle of swings as well as a group "birds nest" swing.
  • Wobbly bridges and musical play stations especially entertaining for younger children.
  • Some paved walkways for bike/scooter riding.
  • Sheltered picnic tables and BBQs, and amenities.
  • All these facilities found nestled amongst the trees providing the perfect backdrop for a relaxing day out.
  • In another area of the park you'll find a fenced dog park with park benches.
  • Off-street carpark available.


Size: 7.22 hectares
Suburb: Calamvale
Local Government Area: Brisbane, Queensland
  • Playground
  • Picnic


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