Brisbane City Council manages a variety of outdoor sporting and leisure facilities. These include sports complexes, swimming pools, water play areas, skate parks, bike paths, boat and canoe ramps, pontoons, fishing platforms, golf courses and tennis courts. Council also runs a wide range of recreation programs catering to different age groups and interests.
Council delivered new and improved skate facilities at the Balmoral Youth Space, Murrarie Skate Park and Grovely and Ashgrove Skate Spots in 2018. Find out more.
The Queensland Moto Park offers off-road trail bikers a legal, family-friendly riding option suitable for beginners though to advanced riders. The site, the first of its kind in Australia, is located at Wyaralong, between Beaudesert and Boonah. The park opened in December 2011 and was established thanks to the investment of over two million dollars by eight South East Queensland Councils (including Brisbane City Council) and Queensland Government. Motorcycling Queensland is the operator of the park. Bookings are required and fees apply to use this facility.
To see what events are coming up, or to find out more about the park including opening hours visit Queensland Moto Park.