If your ideal outing includes a nice, hot coffee and a fully fenced playground, then you might be surprised to find just the place in the middle of the Jindalee Homemaker Centre! Situated at HomeCo. Jindalee this playground is sure to become a solid fixture in your parents’ group rotation.
Please note: Bare Bones cafe closed its doors indefinitely in August 2023. We will update this post if and when another cafe opens. The playground is separate to the cafe anyway.
HomeCo. Jindalee Playground
Open since August 2022, the HomeCo. Jindalee playground is a gorgeous and modern playground in the centre of a busy shopping precinct. The mixture of timber and steel on the main play structure, the greens and blues of the base and the lush gardens give the space a natural feel that distracts from its the bitumen surroundings.
Plenty of entertainment has been packed into the fully fenced play area with a multi-platform playground, interactive games, dual slides, rock climbing wall and ladders. There’s also a small slide mountain, see saw and a playground favourite – an in ground trampoline for energetic little legs to jump about.
Adding to the visual appeal and educational factor are colourful information posts which encourage children to engage with the space and learn some First Australian words.
Accessibility at HomeCo. Jindalee Playground
This playground has certainly been designed with parents in mind. There is ample bench seating provided within the fence line, a mostly shaded playground and close access to coffee. Food and drinks are allowed within the space but are not to be taken on the playground equipment.
The playground can be accessed by wheelchairs and prams via a ramp which connects the parking lot to the upper section of the playground. Nearest toilets are located about 100 metres away between Freedom and The Furniture Shack stores.
HomeCo. Jindalee Playground Features
- Fully fenced playground
- Toilets nearby
- Mostly shaded although check equipment temperature on hot days
- Artificial turf and rubber base
- Play structure with slides, steps, ladders
- In-ground trampoline
- Interactive games
- Rock climbing wall
- See saw
- Educational signs to engage children
- Plenty of bench seating
- Cafe directly attached to play space
- Takeaway coffee available
- Parking available in large shopping centre car park
If your Brisbane Kids need a bit more space to run around then try the nearby Rocks Riverside Park with its multiple playgrounds, free water play and super fun jumping pillow.
What We Thought of HomeCo. Jindalee Playground
There’s not many places we appreciate more than a playground with a cafe close by, so this one was a big winner ! It’s also surprisingly spacious making it easy to forget you’re in the middle of shopping centre car park. As you might have guessed, it’s also really popular for parents’ group and play dates so definitely be prepared to share the space at peak toddler playing times.
How to Get to HomeCo. Jindalee
HomeCo. Jindalee is located off Sinnamon and Goggs Roads, Jindalee QLD 4074.