One of the best designed Gold Coast Playgrounds we have visited – and we have visited a few!
It’s the small details like hidden cement shells under the sand of the toddler playground and the clever design like monkey bars under the suspended bridge that sets Eagle Tree Park a part from other local Gold Coast parks and playgrounds.
Eagle Tree Park opened in June 2019 and includes areas for imaginative play, sensory play as well as more traditional play equipment. It caters for young children through to teenagers, providing a range of experiences for all ability levels.
- Central tower climbing structure with lots to climb, a bridge, slides and interactive features within and out
- Smaller toddler play space with sandpit with hidden shells and diggers and a playhouse with interactive game and music features
- Swing set
- Plastic dome climbing / play structure ideal for small children
- Large open green space with plenty of room for ball sports and games
- Pram and wheelchair friendly bike pathways around playground and park. This pathway links to Foreshore Jetty Park
- BBQ facilities, shaded picnic shelters and non-shaded picnic tables
- Basketball half court
- Shade sails cover majority of the playground and as the planted trees grow they will shade more of the surrounding park
- Street Parking on Foreshore Street or Dales Way
- Public toilets
Eagle Tree Park in the Foreshore community of Coomera is fantastic for toddlers. There was not one thing my toddlers could not go on or use.
The large central tower looks imposing but is easily accessed by parents and caregivers so you can take your toddler up to explore. All the other playgrounds we have visited with a similar large structure have been toddler no go zones so I am really impressed with Eagle Tree Park. Both my toddlers loved investigating this play space and being up high even Fletcher who is a little more hesitant by nature. We didn’t climb to the very top level but there is plenty to see and play with on the main level.
The smaller toddler play space has lot of elements for imaginative and sensory play including the hidden shells in the sand mentioned above.
Harper loved the round-about and I found it really difficult to get her off. It has a built in seat and both my toddlers preferred sitting than standing on the round-about so a good feature for my kids.
This park has so many small details to find and play each visit could be a completely new experience. We will be back and highly recommend you give Eagle Tree Park a try with your toddler.
What to pack (suggestions)
- Hats and Sunscreen
- Water Bottles
- Snacks and/or Packed Picnic or BBQ lunch
- Picnic Blanket
- Sandpit buckets, spades and other toys
- Ride on trikes, scooters and bikes