Einbunpin Lagoon Park designated booking site

Einbunpin Lagoon Park at Sandgate has a designated site available for bookings for special events of short duration. This park features a lagoon, heritage-style bridge and rotunda.

To book this park for a special event, follow these steps:

  1. Consider the park location and facilities and watch our virtual tour of the booking site. Does the booking site meet your needs? If so, go to Step 2. If not, view our other designated sites.
  2. Complete the online park booking application form, noting Council's standard booking conditions.

Park location

Einbunpin Lagoon Park is located at 21 Lagoon Street, Sandgate.

View Einbunpin Lagoon, Sandgate in a larger map

Park facilities

Einbunpin Lagoon Park includes the following facilities (shown on the map below):

  • carpark
  • designated booking site - Area 1 (marked on the map as a dotted circle)
  • disabled access
  • picnic areas
  • playground
  • power
  • rotunda
  • seating areas
  • taps
  • toilets

Booking site

There is one booking site at Einbunpin Lagoon. It is wheelchair accessible.

map of Einbunpin Lagoon  showing its facilities

Key
Accessible toilets Playground Tap
Power Rotunda Wheelchair access

Virtual tour

 
View a virtual tour of Einbunpin Lagoon Park's designated booking site (Area 1).

The virtual tour is mouse and keyboard accessible.

Park bookings

Bookings only apply to the designated site you choose in the park and to the use of any facilities in that designated site such as a rotunda or power (if available). You cannot book barbecues, shelters (other than rotundas marked) or playgrounds for your specific use, though your group is free to share these facilities with other park visitors. Power points may have different phases (i.e. operate on different voltages), so it is advisable to check your electronic equipment's compatibility before your event.

You may also be able to book a different area of the park (rather than the designated site). For more information phone Council on 07 3403 8888 and ask to speak to a Regional Parks Officer.

 

10 November 2016