Hanover Drive Park in Alexandra Hills features a modern playground with unique play equipment and thoughtful surprises to delight playground-loving Brisbane Kids of all ages! It is situated on top of a hill amongst mature gum trees, so there is lots of shade and it catches passing breezes.
Hanover Drive Park Playground
This engaging playground is huge with lots of different elements for Brisbane Kids of different ages, interests, and abilities. Immediately grabbing the attention of any youngster when they first see the playground is the huge dome-shaped climbing structure with a cubby on the top and large tunnel slides.
There is also a large spinning sphere, a smaller climbing structure, and play the course with slides and other elements, sand play facilities, swings, monkey bars, stepping stones, and a see-saw. This playground also features a parkour section, as well as a dinosaur fossil hidden under the sand.
The paths are painted with a variety of inspiring, fun, and educational play prompts like numbers, snail mazes, and hopscotch patterns. There are also sporting facilities here with a concrete basketball pad and hoop and some rugby goalposts in this park, so pack a ball if that appeals to you and your Brisbane Kids!
Picnic tables and barbecue facilities exist in multiples at Hanover Drive Park, as well as water fountains and toilet facilities ensuring this park is the perfect destination for playdates, gatherings, and parties.
Brisbane Kids could easily act out the role of archeologists, discovering their own unknown dinosaur species. The sand play elements nearby could be a part of their excavation too. The large dome might be a space station on a distant planet, a jungle outpost, or a pirate ship – it could be the start of many great adventures.
The smaller house-style play structure with multiple slides, rope ladders, and windows will entice younger visitors to explore, climb, and role play as they negotiate the different elements.
The parkour section features some unique elements that will appeal to active and creative Brisbane Kids. If this is unfamiliar to your children, challenge them to play ‘the floor is lava’ here so they get the hang of negotiating how to get from one element to another without touching the ground below.
While much of its playground is on a sand base, there are wide concrete paths through the playground and there are two designated accessible parking spots on the street near the park entrance. The spinning sphere and swings are over a soft fall base that connects to the cement paths and there are accessible toilet facilities here as well.
Hanover Drive Park features
- Large playground
- Partially shaded with shade sails and mature gum trees
- Sand, concrete and soft fall base
- Large climbing structure with tunnel slide
- Spinning sphere
- Sand play equipment
- See saw
- Smaller climbing structure with mini slides for younger Brisbane Kids
- Hidden fossil
- Parkour equipment
- Basketball hoop
- Rugby goal post
- Stepping stones
- Covered picnic tables
- Ample street parking including two designated disabled parks
- Off leash dog park
How to get here
Hanover Drive Park is located at 11-21 Hanover Drive, Alexandra Hills QLD 4161