Kurrawa-Pratten Park

Kids playing cricket in a park

Two superb parks located right on the beach at Kurrawa. Excellent barbecue and picnic facilities. A favourite for locals and tourists alike.

Exercise equipment is scattered along the parks, perfect for that outdoor workout! A user guide including a workout log template, can be viewed on Zmags' website.

Things to do and see

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

What's on at Kurrawa-Pratten Park

Pratten Park

Pratten Park is home to the Gold Coast's first All Abilities Playground. The fully fenced playground provides access for all children to experience fun, interactive and challenging play, while their families and carers watch over them in an enjoyable and relaxing environment.

The park also features a toilet and adult-sized changing facility designed specifically for those with disabilities and special needs. This facility includes an adjustable height change table, ceiling tracking hoist and toilet. A Master Locksmith Access Key (MLAK) is required for access. Two off-street accessible car parking spaces are located approximately 100 metres south of the facility.

Download equipment instructions and conditions of use from our Changing Places toilets page.

At the southern end of this beautiful open space you'll find a large, shaded playground that is sure to entertain the kids for hours. Let them try out the pedal-powered monorail, climb the pirate ship and slip down the slides.

With so many different areas to explore, Kurrawa–Pratten Park is an ideal location for your next children's birthday party. Visit our Park bookings page for more information.

Download Kurrawa park map(PDF, 284KB)
Download Pratten park map(PDF, 327KB)

Kurrawa Terrace

Kurrawa Terrace is the city's first absolute beachfront-dedicated, fully serviced event space for unique outdoor functions. The Terrace will be available for hire by professional event managers. Visit the Kurrawa Terrace venue bookings page for more information.

Dog exercise area

Pratten park has an area where dogs may be exercised off-leash but under effective control - refer to the map below for details. Dogs must be walked on leash in all other areas.

Map of dog exercise area(PDF, 490KB)

A dog prohibited area is the signed part of a park, reserve, foreshore or beach where dogs are not permitted. Dogs are totally prohibited in all children's playground areas and within 200 metres of all flagged bathing areas.


Pratten Park, Old Burleigh Road, Broadbeach 4218  
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