Let's Play Every Day!

Find all the best things to do with kids on the Gold Coast- playgrounds, playgroups, events and activities.

Jack Wilson Reserve

Jack Wilson Reserve in Robina is a pleasant neighbourhood park with a fun train-themed playground, magic fairy ring, offleash dog exercise area and BBQ facilities. The playground here is quite good for kids 1-3 years old, and older kids up to 10 years old. There are...

The Faerie Park Merrimac

The Faerie Park in Merrimac is a gorgeous imaginative and natural play area for children, perfect for a picnic or sunny morning play. After seeing underwhelming images of the park online, I must admit that I didn't expect much from the Faerie Park, but as soon as we...

Nick Pavlis Park

Nick Pavlis Park Labrador A great little neighbourhood park with a playground, oval and dog agility park. The playground has lots of fun features, including shop-front, rock climbing wall, slide, spinning pole, spring rocker and a standard set of swings. There is...

Paradise Point Parklands

Paradise Point is an ideal spot for a family BBQ, birthday party, pram walk and talk, play date and more. With play equipment scattered the length of the walking path, there is plenty of room for children to run, play, swim and explore. There is also fitness equipment...

Golden Four Park

This super cute neighbourhood playground is located on the Gold Coast Highway in Tugun If you're not a local, it's a great little playground to help break up a trip to the airport, or further south. It is close to public toilets (just off the carpark), is fully...

Doodlebugs Play Centre Review

  Doodlebugs is a family owned and operated play centre located in Miami on the Gold Coast. It is one of the largest centres on the Gold Coast with a large cafe area and large play areas for older children. It is fully air-conditioned with complimentary Wi-Fi for your...

Pratten Park Broadbeach

Pratten Park in Broadbeach is located on Old Burleigh Road at the end of Margaret Avenue. It's the older playground out of two on this stretch (the other is the All Abilites Playground, sometimes called Kurruwa Pratten Park), however it still has some play equipment...