Parks & Recreation Facilities Parks & Recreation Facilities

The Gladstone Region is well served by an extensive network of parks and recreation areas just waiting to be discovered, so pack a picnic, grab some friends and family and enjoy the region's natural areas.

The Parks tab below can provide you with information on Council's more popular parks and the facilities that are available at each location. Facilities such as playground equipment, BBQs, natural areas, shelters and picnic areas are free for the public to use on a shared basis and cannot be reserved.

The region's central location means that parks range from beach locations to river foreshores, bush reserves and botantical collections. Discover what your 'Region of Choice' has to offer by clicking on the images below.

Regional Parks Guide Regional Parks Guide

Council has released a Regional Parks Guide, a glossy brochure detailing everything you need to know about Gladstone Region's major parklands.

The user-friendly guide also includes handy information on local fitness stations, skate facilities, camping grounds, dog off-leash areas and dog free zones, fitness trails and TAngler bins.

Download the Regional Parks Guide, view the Regional Parks Guide online, or grab a copy from any Council administration centre.