Warril Parkland - Larapinta
Stage one of Warril Parkland (nature-based adventure parkland) at 1059 Paradise Road, Larapinta is now open. The park is located in Brisbane's south-west, approximately 30 kilometres from Brisbane's Central Business District.
The park was delivered as part of the $100 million Oxley Creek Transformation project which is revitalising Oxley Creek from the Brisbane River at Tennyson to Laraprinta into a lifestyle and leisure destination.
The park has plenty to fire the imagination with an exciting nature-based playground incorporating water play, lakeside boardwalk and pontoon, as well as birdwatching and picnic facilities, all overlooking the picturesque Budela-budela Lake and wetlands.
The park is open every day from 6am-6.30pm.
Note: As the parkland is located in a bushland environment, it may be closed during periods of high fire danger. Parts of the parkland are also susceptible to flooding and park visitors are requested to delay visits during periods of heavy rain.
Stage one of Warril Parkland includes:
- nature-play playground, incorporating water play
- lake-edge boardwalk and pontoon
- shaded picnic areas, barbecues and seating
- onsite toilets
- car parking - 56 car parks with two parks for people with a disability and two bus parking bays
- birdwatching opportunities
- home to Warril Parkland Discovery Trail and Oxley Creek Junior Ranger program.
View the wayfinding map for Warril Parkland below.
Getting to Warril Parkland
From the south, turn onto Paradise Road from Johnson Road and then turn left at the parkland entrance approximately 250 metres from Johnson Road.
From the north, exit the Logan Motorway toll road onto Paradise Road. The park entrance will be on the right approximately 200 metres past Mainfreight Transport Brisbane.
View our photo gallery of this parkland below, or view the slideshow on in Council's 'Warril Parkland - Larapinta' album on Flickr.
Watch our short video
Watch our Warril Parkland video below, or watch it on Council's YouTube channel.
For more information about the development of Warril Parkland and future stages, view the Oxley Creek Transformation website.