Kalinga Park

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Kalinga Park in Clayfield is really a child’s dream come true. Creative playgrounds, treehouse, sandpits, board walks, slides, small rock climbing area, picnic areas and much more. In this complete guide, you will find out all you need to know about Kalinga Park. 

It’s a heritage listed park, also known as Anzac Memorial Park. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 3 July 2007. One awesome thing about Brisbane is that we have some of the best parks in the country and having good parks in your city means that your kids are going to remain happy. And happy kids means happy parents isn’t it?

Kalinga Park located in Clayfield is one such park to certainly make your kids happy.  It is truly is a destination playground and your Kids could amuse themselves all day with the plethora of play experiences on offer.

FUN FUN FUN!

As you enter the park you will see lush green areas everywhere around you with a playground guaranteed to offer lots of activities for kids and families. It has the capacity to keep your kids occupied for hours. This means you can go there with your friends and do picnic while your kids play in the Kalinga park playground.

The timber forts, which resemble trees houses, are adorned with many opportunities to climb (think nets, poles, bars, ladders, steps and climbing wall). If you wish to turn the day into sport day then feel free to play football on the ground area. Feel like walking or jogging, then plenty of walks there. You can also play tennis or make use of the outdoor gym equipment in the kalinga park.

The playground is suitable for children of all ages, with a separate structure, slide and swings designed for the younger children.

Needless to say the park has a BBQ area. Like seriously do we even have to mention this because no Aussie parks is complete without a barbeque area and picnic table under a nice shady tree. So this is where you can chill and enjoy some bbq talks while watching your kids playing.

The park is big so of course keep an eye on kids and your loved ones at all times. This is true in any bigger area especially when its surrounded by trees.

This park is just another addition to the long list of things to do in Brisbane with kids.

What Else we have in Kalinga Park?

We are not done yet. After the children are done playing in the playground, you can proceed to explore the rest of Kalinga Park.

Go for a walk on the concrete paths that takes you to a basketball half-court, tennis courts (BYO tennis rackets and balls), petanque playing area, adult fitness equipment and large grassy fields. This is again a spot where kids can have fun while you enjoy rest of the things.

There is also a creek/waterway nearby which is a great place to spot some wildlife, with ducks, cockatoos, magpies and other birdlife. Kids love creek areas and this adds on to the rest of the great stuff parks has to offer.

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The mini traffic track, adjacent to the playground, can be utilised to develop road safety awareness and riding skills, whilst the extensive network of designated cycle paths and walkways throughout Kalinga Park, can also be enjoyed with ease, as they meander along Kedron Brook, under the shady trees. Children of all ages will enjoy climbing, running, sliding, digging and hiding amongst the tall, tree-house like structures and forts, which are interlinked by a series of bridges.

Special Needs

Special needs are kept in mind in Kalinga Park and it is mostly suitable for all abilities, with concrete paths leading from the car parks and throughout the playground. There are a few specific pieces of equipment that can be enjoyed by all, namely the seated merry-go-round, nest swing and high back swing. A wheelchair-accessible toilet is also located within the park. The large trees provide ample shade and are the perfect spot to lay down a picnic rug and enjoy the natural surroundings.

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