Stage One of Warril Parkland (Nature-based Adventure Parkland) in Larapinta is now open. The new Parkland has plenty to fire the imagination, with an exciting nature-based playground, incorporating water-play, a lakeside boardwalk and pontoon, as well as birdwatching and picnic facilities, all set against the background of a picturesque lake.
Features of Warril Parkland
Stage One of Warril Parkland will focus on providing a foundation for nature-based adventure, including:.
- nature-play playground, incorporating water-play
- lake edge boardwalk and pontoon
- shaded picnic areas, BBQs and seating
- onsite toilets and car parking
- birdwatching opportunities.
Oxley Creek Junior Ranger Program
The Oxley Creek Junior Ranger Program is a fun way for children to explore the parks and open spaces of Oxley Creek.
The program has been developed to give children the opportunity to become participants in protecting and enhancing Oxley Creek and its surrounding green spaces by building their knowledge about its people, plants and animals.
The Junior Ranger Program hosts a range of activities for children of all ages, including the Warril Parkland Discovery Trail which includes quizzes and challenges, to complete in the Parkland, as well as activities that can be completed at home or school.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE JUNIOR RANGER PROGRAM
Getting to Warril Parkland
Warril Parkland is located in Larapinta, a south-western suburb of Brisbane, approximatley 30km's from Brisbane's CBD.
Address: 1059 Paradise Road, Larapinta, Brisbane
Opening Hours: 6am - 6.30pm
Parking: 56 car parks, 2 car parks for People with Disabilities and 2 bus parking bays.
Note: As the parkland is located in a bushland environment it may be closed during periods of high fire danger. Areas of the parkland are also susceptible to flooding. Please do not access the parkland during times of heavy rain.
Download the Warril Parkland Wayfinding Map:
Background and Future Stages
The creation of a new public park at Warril Parkland, formally known as Sergeant Dan Stiller Memorial Reserve (south-east section), was first proposed in Brisbane City Council's Oxley Creek to Karawatha Outdoor Recreation Concept Plan (Recreation Plan).
Oxley Creek Transformation developed the ideas suggested in the Recreation Plan into a priority project for the Oxley Creek Transformation Master Plan in 2018. The priority project was known as the Nature-based Adventure Parkland project:
With Warril Parkland (Nature-based Adventure Parkland) Stage 1 now complete,there are future opportunities to expand the parkland to include the three lakes that form part of Oxley Creek, located approximately 400m northwest of Stage One. Potential future outcomes include:
- a visitor and/or community centre
- an event and activity lawn
- non-motorised watercraft launching facilities
- canoe and kayak paddling area
- bird watching facilities
- bushland walking, cycling and horse-riding trails
- bike, canoe and kayak hire facilities
- complementary nature-based eco-tourism activities.
Glider Forest Reserve
Glider Forest Reserve is located on the eastern side of Paradise Road and contains established forest and two intermittent waterways.
Trails and signage within Glider Forest will be gradually improved to support recreational activities and visitors as suggested in Council’s Oxley Creek to Karawatha Outdoor Recreation Concept Plan.
August 2019 - Early to Mid-2020
Timings to be confirmed
Planning for future stages