Busy people live in Capalaba! It is abundant with sporting clubs, schools, community clubs, charity organisations, churches and the Sam Riley Swim School run by none other than Olympic medallist, Samantha Riley. Capalaba is also home to southeast Queensland’s largest skate and BMX facility. So with all that happening in your very own suburb, the last thing you want to do is mow the lawn, right?
For Capalaba lawn maintenance services, just click here for your online mowing price instantly! If you like what you see, book your lawn mow today and we can organise a lawn mowing provider to get your lawn mowed, garden weeding done, hedges trimmed, trees pruned and more.
Just think… if someone else does your lawn, you can then go out and enjoy yourself! You might like to spend a few hours at the cinema, visit the handmade markets, drop in to the Capalaba Sports Club or spread a picnic rug out on the green lawn in one of the many parks. All the time, with the peace of mind that we’ve got your Capalaba lawn maintenance covered!
Give GreenSocks a try today, our mowing providers love mowing and we love making it as easy as possible. 🙂
Spend time on the green lawns of Capalaba Regional Park
In Capalaba, you’ll find plenty of green lawns and official bike paths (some of which follow the gentle winding route of Tingalpa Creek). In fact, if you cycle through Tingalpa Creek Reserve, you can take your fishing rod along as there are a few fishing spots to consider.
The playground itself is unfenced but has so much more to offer. Little ones will adore the spring rockers, forts, ramps and bridges and of course the swings, slides and sandpits. For bigger kids, the flying fox is a huge drawcard.
Capalaba Regional Park also features an all-abilities playground for children of all ages and grownups don’t miss out either because there’s so much to do.
Disabled access: The Council have thoughtfully included wheelchair accessible toilets in Capalaba Regional Park so that everyone can enjoy their visit. Plus, there are tons of flat and smooth pathways that make it easy for wheelchairs, prams, scooters and bicycles.
Mums and Dads and other adults will appreciate the availability of well-maintained electric barbecues, plenty of shelters and shady trees. There is also some fitness equipment, so you can enjoy exercising out in the fresh air and sunshine.
For those who can’t resist an impromptu game of cricket or footy, there is a large oval that the Council usually keeps in good condition with regular lawn mowing services. Run around to your heart’s content then stretch out under a tree on the tidy lawn.
Don’t forget to bring the family pet! There’s a dog off-leash area – so everyone can have fun playing fetch with a Frisbee, a ball or a good old stick. If your dog likes a bit of a paddle, there are a couple of lagoons populated by ducks, eels and fish. Sit and look at the water shimmering in the sunshine or spot the wildlife, your choice.
If you’re short on time, even a quick trip to Capalaba Regional Park is a joy. A mother’s group meeting there will ensure everyone has a lovely time. Put the toddlers on the swings, share the cupcakes and lamingtons and spend an hour or two chatting about bedtimes and milestones.
We’re so fortunate in Australia to have access to such wide expanses of beautiful green grass made even more appealing with the addition of playgrounds, bike paths, barbecue and toilet facilities and gorgeous trees. So, why not make the most of your suburb this weekend and explore all the possibilities on offer.
Where is Capalaba?
Capalaba is quite a large suburb of around 17,000 people, located 19km from Brisbane CBD. It is surrounded by neighbouring suburbs Wakerley, Thorneside, Birkdale, Wellington Point, Ormiston, Cleveland, Raby Bay, Thornlands, Sheldon, Burbank, Victoria Point and Chandler. We can arrange your lawn maintenance in Capalaba or lawn maintenance in Brisbane or on the Gold Coast.
After all, being a mere 15-minute drive from the beach, and with a major shopping centre in your midst, you must have far greater ways to occupy your time than mowing the lawn?
Quick Wikipedia fact: It is believed that Capalaba was named after the ringtail possum – a marsupial native to the area. The Indigenous word for the animal is Yugarabul. It might seem a stretch to you and I, but we’ll take Wikipedia’s word for it.