Wishart parks

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

This table provides information about Council parks in Wishart including park name, location and facilities.
Park nameLocationFacilities
Banning Street Park30 Mailey Street 
Berkshire Crescent Park17 Berkshire CrescentBasketball half court, water (bubblers/taps), barbecue, car park, dog off-leash area, pathway, picnic area/shelter, playground, seats 
Boorabbin Picnic Ground677A Mt Gravatt-Capalaba Road Barbecue (electric), basketball half court, car park, dog off-leash area (with agility equipment), picnic shelter/area, playground, rebound wall, shared pathway, toilets - accessible with adult carer, wheelchair accessible, water (bubbler/tap)
Catania Street Park39 Catania Street SCar park, playground
Coora Street Park105 Coora StreetBarbecue, picnic area (Bellbird Crescent), playground (Bellbird Crescent), shared pathway, water (bubbler/drinking fountain)
Delavan Street Park (includes Malinya Place Park and part of Holmead Park as a result of amalgamation)89 Delavan StreetPath, playground (Ditmas Street and Delavan Street), picnic area, water (bubbler/tap)
Frinton Street Park (also known as McCarron Park)6 Frinton StreetPathway, picnic area, playground
Koola Street Park459 Broadwater RoadPath, playground (shaded), picnic area
Merrick Street Park18 Merrick Street  
Mindona Rotary Park25 Mindona StreetPicnic area/shelter, playground, water (bubbler/tap), pathway
Pindari Crescent Park25 Pindari CrescentPlayground (shaded), seating
Shillington Place Park590A Mt Gravatt-Capalaba RoadPlayground
Wishart Community Park106A Kavanagh Road

Bulimba Creek lagoon, barbecue (electric), basketball half court (Westminster Way), bikeway/walkway, car parking, habitat restoration area, picnic shelter (Maibry Street), playground - shaded (Kavanagh Road), water (bubbler/tap)

Wishart Nature Reserve (Wishart Bushland Reserve)305 Mt Gravatt-Capalaba Road  Seats, walking track, water (bubbler/taps)


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