Thornlands Community Park

To meet the open space and recreational needs of the Thornlands community, Redland City Council has acquired land and commenced planning for a new community park.

Designed to be social, relaxing, dynamic and connected, the community park will provide distinct individual spaces to accommodate a variety of community activities and uses.

The Thornlands community park area borders Cleveland Redland Bay Road and includes provision for a range of facilities and activities that will contribute significantly to local amenity and liveability.

Expected features

  • Large multi-age playground (all-abilities fenced playground)
  • Picnicking areas, including shelters for small and large groups
  • Physical exercise opportunities, including stations and running markers on a 350m circular path
  • Water refill station
  • Dog off-leash fenced area
  • Public toilets
  • Events space, including performance stage
  • Commercial use space
  • Carpark (in addition to on street parking)
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Moreton Bay Cycleway connections

Draft park layout

Get involved

We want your feedback on the draft park layout for the new Thornlands community park.

Become involved by:

  • Using the brainstormer tool to tell us your feedback on the draft park layout
  • Registering to contribute to the conversation online
  • Asking us a question about the project
  • Joining Council consultants and Cr. Paul Golle for a sausage sizzle plus face painting and a jumping castle to keep the kids entertained while you chat to us about the new Thornlands Community Park on Saturday February 25 between 9am-12pm

To meet the open space and recreational needs of the Thornlands community, Redland City Council has acquired land and commenced planning for a new community park.

Designed to be social, relaxing, dynamic and connected, the community park will provide distinct individual spaces to accommodate a variety of community activities and uses.

The Thornlands community park area borders Cleveland Redland Bay Road and includes provision for a range of facilities and activities that will contribute significantly to local amenity and liveability.

Expected features

  • Large multi-age playground (all-abilities fenced playground)
  • Picnicking areas, including shelters for small and large groups
  • Physical exercise opportunities, including stations and running markers on a 350m circular path
  • Water refill station
  • Dog off-leash fenced area
  • Public toilets
  • Events space, including performance stage
  • Commercial use space
  • Carpark (in addition to on street parking)
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Moreton Bay Cycleway connections

Draft park layout

Get involved

We want your feedback on the draft park layout for the new Thornlands community park.

Become involved by:

  • Using the brainstormer tool to tell us your feedback on the draft park layout
  • Registering to contribute to the conversation online
  • Asking us a question about the project
  • Joining Council consultants and Cr. Paul Golle for a sausage sizzle plus face painting and a jumping castle to keep the kids entertained while you chat to us about the new Thornlands Community Park on Saturday February 25 between 9am-12pm