The health and wellbeing of the Gold Coast community, our customers and City employees is our first priority.
The City is receiving advice from the Federal Government and Queensland Health on a daily basis to inform our response to the Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation in the city.
Parks remain open with visitors encouraged to take recommended health and social distancing precautions.
From Saturday 16 May the following City park services and facilities will resume:
Water fountains/bubblers: Based on advice from Queensland Health, these will remain turned on; however users should practice appropriate hygiene. The City will increase cleaning frequency.
Soap dispensers are available in some public amenities in our most popular parks.
The State Government has placed restrictions and closures on Queensland national parks, state forests and recreational areas. Selected areas have been reopened. Visit the Department of Environment and Science's website for information.
City-owned nature trails are open however we remind everyone to abide by current social distancing restrictions.
Complaints about non–compliance with current social distancing regulations should be referred to Police link hotline 131 444.
For the latest update on the City's response, visit cityofgoldcoast.com.au/covid19
The Gold Coast has over 2314 parks covering 16,474 hectares, almost 700 playgrounds, over 380 barbecues and over 200 sports fields scattered across the City.
Explore the links below to find out more about the many beautiful parks and recreational facilities that are available for our community and visitors to enjoy.