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Hyperdome or hyper outdoor fun in Shailer Park
Shailer Park is the home of the ‘dome. Yes, the Logan Hyperdome, one of Australia’s largest single story shopping centres is its claim to fame. But there’s plenty of outdoor action to be had in the grassier areas of the suburb. So, book your Shailer Park lawn mowing services online and get out and enjoy some of these local parks:
Mandew Park in Shailer Park
Mandew Park is just around the corner from the Hyperdome. You could hang out at the centre, maybe watch a movie, do some shopping. Or, you could get your dose of vitamin D out in the sunshine at the park.
The park is an open field with a small selection of equipment including a swing, a spring rider, a climbing net and climbing wall and seats in the shade. It’s close to public transport and is suitable for children with its soft fall surfaces. There’s also a fascinating sculpture (looks like sandstone) of a stack of four books, to reflect the proximity of the library.
Kimberley Forest Park
In Chay Street, Kimberley Forest Park is suitable for primary school aged children. It features swings and a slippery slide as well as a merry-go-round, all with soft fall surfaces beneath.
The sheltered eating area and shady trees provide great protection from the hot sun, making it a pleasant and comfortable place to take the kids after school or on weekends or school holidays.
Kimberley Forest Park offers more than 50 hectares of forest. Beyond the playground is a wonderland of flora and fauna that will delight birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts. Spot grazing wallabies on the slopes or keep an eye out for the eastern yellow robin making its home in the trees.
Shailer Pioneer Park, Harley Street
A master-planned activity hub at Harley Street, Shailer Pioneer Park offers heaps of things to do! Play tennis or basketball on the full sized courts or get physical on the playground equipment. Your little ones can pretend to drive a truck or play in the miniature house. There’s a fireman’s pole and a climbing wall plus a couple of slides and monkey bars.
Strap on a helmet and try the skate ramps on for size. Your family daredevil can have a thrill-filled day on the ledges, rails and banks. Or experience the sensory garden, work out on the free exercise equipment, laze around in the hammock or cook a barbie.
There’s so much to do in this spectacular new facility that you’ll wonder why you don’t just set up a tent on the green lawn and live there!
Flashback: Remember the Wild Waters Water Slide Park?
Yes, this was what occupied the Logan Hyperdome site before the Logan Hyperdome came along. Some of us have very fond memories of spending all day walking up the concrete path dozens of times in a day, in order to experience the thrill of coming down on what was then considered “very modern waterslides”. Or resting on the grassed lawn or in the warm spa when our tired legs needed a time out. Lots of awesome memories!
Where is Shailer Park?
Situated 27km from the Brisbane GPO, Shailer Park is bordered by the Pacific Motorway on its western side and dense forest and bushland on its northern side. Mostly residential, there’s a lot of lawn maintenance going on there and in neighbouring suburbs such as Daisy Hill, Cornubia, Loganholme, Loganlea, Tanah Merah, Bethania, Waterford, Waterford West, Marsden, Kingston, Underwood, Springwood, Slacks Creek, Rochedale South, Rochedale, Runcorn, Meadowbrook, Woodridge, Carbrook and Mount Cotton.
Quick Wikipedia fact: Shailer Park, named after Francis and Catherine Shailer, was originally cotton and sugar farming land, but in 1971 it was named as a district and then officially as a suburb in 1991.