Amara Park Ormeau


A nice little park and playground in Amara Estate in Ormeau.


Key Details

Address: Corner Zucanna and Starmaya Street, Ormeau QLD 4208

Google Map Directions

Time from Ormeau HQ: Typically 5–6 min (2.9 km)

Contacts: Website


Amara Park is a quiet residential park and playground best suited for bigger kids, preschoolers and adventurous climber toddlers.


Key Features

  • Climbing tower with climbing nets, birds nest, and winding slide


  • Swing set with regular and baby swing


  • Foam Play Mounds


  • 4 seat seesaw


  • Large Shade Sails over playground space


  • Rock seating surrounding playground


  • Large open green space for play and sport


  • 1 picnic shelter with a picnic table


  • Pathways around the playground


  • Dogs must be walked on a leash


  • Street Parking


As this is a newer park there are few established tree so limited shade outside of the playground shade sails. The council has planted various trees so the shade will gradually increase overtime. Currently there are no public toilet facilities.



Toddler Review

We visited Amara Park on a Saturday morning. It is a lovely spot for a play on the playground and a picnic style snack. Even though it was a Saturday there was only one another family visiting the park so it’s a great place to visit if you are looking for a quieter spot than some of the bigger playgrounds (especially on the weekend!).

The main feature of the playground is the climbing tower with climbing nets, birds nest, and winding slide. It is a pretty steep climb on a rope ladder so it won’t be suitable for a lot of toddlers. If you have one that loves to climb then Amara Park could be a good spot to visit. If you visit Amara Park with a less adventurous toddler I would suggest taking along some balls, bikes/trikes/scooters to add to the fun that you have at Amara Park. If you have children obsessed with swings  like Harper than Amara Park will fit the bill but for the swing obsessed most playgrounds will do. 😄



What to pack (suggestions)

  • Hats and Sunscreen
  • Water Bottles
  • Picnic Blanket
  • Bikes, Trikes & Scooters to ride around park pathways
  • Snacks and/or Packed Picnic


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