Noyer Park is spacious with designated areas for: play, ride, rest, walk and sport. Each space is clearly signed yet they blur into one another. The ‘play’ (playground) area is split into two sections with a bike track connecting them.
Noyer Park playground
This is an unfenced playground, with off street parking, toilets and plenty of open green space.
The playground has lots of different climbing structures which are great for increasing strength and balancing skills. The main feature is a large climbing net with a balancing bridge perfect for increasing coordination. The flying fox is also really good fun!
The bike track is flat with a combination of concrete and pebble surfaces. The wide flat paths are perfect for beginners. The pebble surface is better suited for more experienced riders as it is rough and therefore more difficult to gain and maintain momentum if learning to peddle.
There are line markings on the concrete, obstacles, a bridge, areas to balance as well as off terrain humps making the overall experience diverse for a range of abilities. For smaller Brisbane Kids bring their tricycle or scooter as there are plenty of flat areas.
On the far side of the sporting fields there is an off-leash dog park and another playground with swings and climbing walls.
Imagination factor at Noyer Park
Pretending you are out on the real road, observing the lines, giving way to others, and rolling over the humps will keep kids happy on their wheels for ages. For the adventure seeking kids, climb high up on the ropes or zoom through the air on the flying fox. Each time aiming to gain a new personal best while an onlooker holds the stopwatch.
Accessibility at Noyer Park
Noyer Park has off-street parking with pathways leading to the main areas making the space accessible for wheelchairs and prams. There are toilets near the playing fields.
Noyer Park features
- Multiple playgrounds
- Top playground – nest swing, balancing/climbing rope, rocker car
- Bottom playground – climbing ropes, balancing bridge, flying fox
- Additional playground (near dog off-leash area) – climbing focus
- Soft fall base
- Shade cloth over playgrounds
- Mature surrounding trees
- Covered picnic tables
- Playing fields
- Off leash dog area
- Off street parking
Another nearby playground you might be interested in is Logan Gardens Park.
What We Thought of Noyer Park
We loved the big paths for riding and scooting; the obstacles were super fun to simply run around. A flying fox is always a hit with my 5 year old girl, she played on it before climbing up to the top of the large climbing ropes.
How to Get to Noyer Park
175 Beaudesert Beenleigh Road, Bahrs Scrub QLD 4207