South Bank Parklands

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About South Bank Parklands

The South Bank Parklands are a sprawling network of public parks in the heart of Brisbane with plenty of activities for all ages. This article covers some of the best activities, attractions and educational programs for kids in the South Bank Parklands.

Jumping pillow

One of the best ways to spend a day with a kid is to go to Jumping Pillow, an indoor trampoline park where you can jump, flip and dive all day long. The park has a range of activities for kids and adults, with wall-to-wall trampolines, a dodgeball court, basketball and slam dunk areas, a slam pit, foam pits and a foam pit, wall climbing, a foam roll, wall walk, a slam dunk wall and an indoor bungee jump! Perfect for active kids and teenagers, Jumping Pillow has an unlimited jumping and bungee jumping system.


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South Bank Parklands FAQ’s

What is there to do?

The South Bank Parklands’ Artistic Walk is an interactive art trail that teaches kids about art through hands-on activities. Kids can create their own art using paints, crayons and stencils, or they can use a tablet to virtually create art.

The South Bank Parklands’ Game Trail is a family-friendly walking trail that lets kids test their wits and use their creativity to solve puzzles and find hidden items. Kids can take the trail as many times as they want, and it takes roughly an hour to complete.

I’m Hungry! Can I get food at South Bank Parklands?

The park has a café and a chill out zone.

Any top tips when visiting?

The view from the rooftop at the Queensland University of Technology’s (QUT) Observatory is breathtaking. With 360-degree views of Brisbane’s skyline and the river, the Observatory is a great place for kids to learn about the city from an entirely new perspective. The Observatory has a mini planetarium and an immersive art installation that changes colour and form depending on the movement of viewers. Kids can also learn about the history of Brisbane through the Observatory’s exhibits.

How are the facilities at the attraction?

Conference/Convention Facilities
Picnic Area
Public Toilet
Disabled access available, contact operator for details.
Free Wifi

Any additonal information?

Kids love climbing, jumping, swinging and running around, and that’s exactly what you can do at Bounce Inc. This indoor playground has a ton of trampolines, a mini basketball court, a foam pit, a flying fox and more. There are even areas for toddlers, pre-schoolers and primary school-aged kids to enjoy.