Harley Park

Harley Park

Harley Park is located on the Broadwater at Labrador. With a swimming lagoon, pelicans, picnic facilities and 2 playgrounds, this is a popular family destination.

The larger fully-fenced playground is located alongside Charis Seafoods and hosts nautical-themed play equipment. There is also a second, climbing-inspired playground 100 metres further north.

There are 2 playgrounds, with a nautical-themed ship playground to the south, and a climbing-inspired playground with poles, ropes, ladders and a flying fox to the north. The kids will be kept happy with two very different play options.

Ian Dipple Lagoon is a beautiful place for a swim. Protected by a large sandbank, this lagoon is wave free and great for families. There are also shower and toilet facilities available. In the evenings, the lagoon is floodlit.

If you’re looking for a spot to go walking, this is a walker’s super-highway. The Labrador Heritage Walk footpath runs along the waterfront for just under 2 kilometres one way.

There is also access to fishing spots and a boat ramp.

Things to do and see

View all the upcoming events and activations on our events calendar.

What's on at Harley Park

Dog prohibited area

The Harley Park swimming area is a dog prohibited area.

City of Gold Coast has numerous areas where you can exercise your dog off leash.

Find an off leash exercise area

Weddings at Harley Park

This foreshore park has the added feature of a small rotunda, suitable for approximately 20 people standing. It is perfect for wedding ceremonies, and a great back up in wet weather. Overlooking the Broadwater, this is a beautiful location for your special day.

Photo opportunities

  • beautiful Broadwater backdrop
  • green leafy tree surroundings.

Visit the park weddings page for more information on holding your wedding at this location.

For the location of the rotunda, refer to our rotunda location map(PDF, 968KB)

Location

Harley Park, Opp 376 Marine Parade, Labrador 4215  
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