Tagged as active child near Brisbane

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  • Tagged as active child near Brisbane
    Rocks Riverside Parkrun

    The Rocks Riverside Parkrun is simply beautiful. It runs beside the Brisbane River and there are plenty of scenic views to make the run special. It is extremely well organised and friendly to wards all newcomers and parkrun tourists.

    The course runs along a clearly marked path and is an 'out and back' course which many people like. The course is well marked, easy to follow, and mostly flat which makes it a fast, comfortable course to run.

    For supporters who are not running/walking, or those who finish early, there is a wonderful playground and plenty to do near the finish line while waiting.

    Rocks Riverside Parkrun is a well attended, popular parkrun, however there is plenty of parking

  • Tagged as active child near Brisbane
    Margate Beach

    Margate Beach is described as a home away from home, with stunning views and a wide boardwalk perfect for riding or walking. Great for a family day trip and the water is sheltered and not rough, and there are showers right on the beach. Perfect for a quick swim or a paddle with the kids.
  • Tagged as active child near Brisbane
    Bracken Ridge BMX Bike Track

    Brisbane's very own professional BMX bike track at Bracken Ridge, featuring competition grade facilities which are suitable for all ages and abilities.

    This is one of Australia's biggest off-road BMX bike tracks and is located right next door to Bracken Ridge Skate Plaza.

    Six hundred and forty metres of smooth asphalt tracks for riders to practice their skills in all weather conditions and there is also a viewing platform onsite for spectators to enjoy.

  • Tagged as active child near Brisbane
    Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

    Meet a koala, hand-feed kangaroos and engage with a large variety of Australian wildlife in Lone Pine's beautiful, natural settings.

    Guests experience happy, healthy animals and engaged staff, as well as the opportunity to support conservation and enjoy educational opportunities.

  • Brisbane
    Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

    Meet a koala, hand-feed kangaroos and engage with a large variety of Australian wildlife in Lone Pine's beautiful, natural settings.

    Guests experience happy, healthy animals and engaged staff, as well as the opportunity to support conservation and enjoy educational opportunities.

  • Brisbane
    Zillmere Parkrun

    Zillmere gives parkrunners something they cannot get from any other Parkrun in Australia. A Parkrun starting with the letter Z.

    Many parkrunners spend a lot of weekends away from their home Parkrun, trying to achieve a 'Parkrun Alphabet' by completing 20 parkrun courses starting with 20 different letters of the Alphabet. Many of these 'Parkrun Tourists' inevitably come to Zillmere Parkrun to get one of the rarest letters in Parkrun Tourism worldwide, the elusive 'Parkrun Letter Z'.

    People come from throughout Australia and even oversees to get their 'Z' and it is not uncommon to have a small number of oversees Parkrun Tourist at Zillmere Parkrun, seeing the sights, and ticking of their 'Parkrun letter Z'.

    Zillmere Parkrun has great, enthusiastic volunteers who do a wonderful job of catering to visiting parkrunners. Which makes sense considering how many Parkrun Tourist they help each week. In large part, it is the spirit of these volunteers that makes Zillmere such are great little Parkrun to attend. Each Saturday there is a relatively small crowd in attendance, but the atmosphere is great, and the local and tourist parkrunners are friendly.

    Zillmere Parkrun is a grass Parkrun, with a fair bit of variety throughout the course. It is an interesting course, but first time Parkrunners should pay attention during the pre-race briefing or they are liable to go the wrong way.

    There is plenty of space throughout the course making it an ideal course for giving your dog a good run. It is also great for those who prefer to avoid courses with harder surfaces due to issues with knees and other joints. However, as it is a grass course, it is not particularly suitable for those who are mobility impaired who would struggle on grass. The grass also makes it a slower course, so it is not likely to be the course you set your new PB on if that is something you care about.

    Visually the course is not overly exciting, and much of it is run around basic sporting fields. It does not compare with the scenery of other parkrun courses along rivers, waterways and through parklands. However, the friendly volunteers make it a great little Parkrun to visit to get your elusive 'Parkrun Letter Z'.

  • Brisbane
    Ipswich Nature Centre

    Ipswich Nature Centre is an impressive mini zoo and sanctuary that has free entry but encourages a gold coin donation.

    There is a large variety of Australian wildlife to see, including dingos, kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, emus, quolls, birds and many different lizard species. You can even see my favourite, the nocturnal bilbies, active and foraging for food in the dark, in a purpose built, pitch black, observing tunnel.

  • Brisbane
    Hervey Bay Parkrun

    Harvey Bay Park Run is a stunning flat course with lots of shade, ocean views and other fantastic scenery.

    It is basic out and back course on paved paths which appeals to many participants.

    The volunteers are enthusiastic and participants are 'chill'. In a windy day you may get splashed by a touch of sea spray which most participants feel adds to the course and makes it memorable.

    There is plenty for spectators to do near the finish line while they wait for the park runners they are supporting so they can cheer them down the home stretch.

    Urangan Pier is a very popular post run cool down walk. The pier goes out 800m into the ocean, making it a lovely 1.6 km stroll out which participants can do wiht their family an supports after the run.

    Have chips on the beach and let the kids explore to make a perfect day of it.