Newmarket parks

Find the location of parks in Newmarket and information about their facilities.

This table provides information about Council parks in Newmarket including park name, location and facilities.
Park name Location Facilities
Davidson Street Park 82 Davidson Street Barbecue (wood), bikeway and picnic area/shelter
Free Street Park (Balun Park) 12 Free Street

Temporary impacts due to playground upgrade

Works to upgrade the playground will commence on Monday 2 May 2022, with estimated completion by the end of May 2022, weather and site conditions permitting. The current playground will be removed and replaced with a single-level play unit with two slides, ropes, ladders and climbing walls, swing set (including junior, senior and birds' nest swings), seesaw and spring toy.

For the safety of park visitors, there will be no public access to the project site for the duration of the works.

During this time, playgrounds in the following nearby parks will remain available:

  • Bancroft Park, Hulme Street, Newmarket
  • Tennis Avenue Park, Tennis Avenue, Newmarket

Barbecue (wood), picnic area/shelter, playground, shared pathway and water (bubbler/tap)

Lanham Crescent Park 14 Lanham Crescent Seating, playground
McCook Park 320 Newmarket Road Barbecue (electric), water (bubbler/tap), picnic area/shelter, playground (Edmondstone Street), public toilet, basketball clubhouse and basketball half court

Also includes community organisations and facilities for:

  • Newmarket Soccer football club facility and fields.
Nelson Place Park 16 Nelson Place Barbecue (electric), pathway, playground, seating, water (bubbler/tap)
Spencer Park (Holloway Field) 25 Ruby Street  Outdoor fitness/exercise trail, playground (Parker Street) and shared pathway network

Also includes community organisations and facilities for:

  • Windsor Royals baseball facility
  • Brisbane City soccer club facility
  • Newmarket tennis club facility.
Last updated: 7 April 2022

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