Queen Elizabeth Park

Queen Elizabeth Park

Queen Elizabeth Park is at the heart of the southern Gold Coast, situated between the foreshore of Greenmount Beach and Coolangatta’s retail and dining precinct.

A recreation park with barbecue facilities, picnic shelters, two playgrounds and wide pathways, it's perfect for a walk or a family get together, picnics, birthdays, weddings, or host a major city event.

The main playground is located opposite The Strand dining precinct and is shaped like a boat, with climbing bridges, walls and rings. There is a double slide and steering wheel, plus a swing set.

Download the Queen Elizabeth Park map(PDF, 295KB)

Note: Dogs must be walked on a leash unless otherwise stated and are totally prohibited in all children's playground areas.

Coolangatta and Greenmount beaches are dog-prohibited areas.

Dog exercise areas

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

Find an off leash exercise area


With sweeping coastline and cityscape views, Queen Elizabeth Park is well equipped with open parkland suitable for multiple activations. Host to events such as the annual Cooly Rocks On Festival, the Coolangatta Christmas Carols and New Year’s Eve fireworks celebrations, the park is the perfect open space for beachside events of any scale.

Key details:

  • Large main stage located at the northern end of the park
  • Almost 44,000 sqm potential activation space
  • Power supply with numerous power access points
  • Absolute beach frontage
  • Park and ride facility available at Betty Diamond Sports Complex

Apply to host an event

Submit an event application using the online form below.

For further information regarding this event space, please email the City Events team on events@goldcoast.qld.gov.au.


Park history

Learn about the history of this park, including the reasons behind its name. Visit our Local Studies Library's website, Gold Coast Histories.


Queen Elizabeth Park, Opposite 60 Marine Parade, Coolangatta 4225  
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