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Lions Park, Woorim

If you need a shady place to retreat in the hotter months after exploring Bribie’s beautiful beaches, Lions Park at Woorim is the perfect spot for a picnic and play.

Lion’s Park is located opposite the Bribie Island Surf Club, and features two fenced playgrounds with softfall rubber matting flooring.

A popular venue for beach-goers and families, please use caution during peak time when sharing the paths with pedestrians, scooters, bikes and skateboards. This is a great location for group outings, where you can relax, recharge and take in your surroundings.

The pathways are sealed and flat, ideal for wheelchairs, walkers and prams. These wind through the trees and garden beds to various amenities: BBQs, seating areas, and toilet facilities.

If you’re keen for a longer stroll, continue south along the Woorim Beach Accessible Pathway, which runs through Lions Park all the way to Edwin Schrag Park and Edwin Schrag Lookout.

Parking made easy

Getting to Lions Park, Woorim is easy. There is a large carpark with accessible parking spaces located between the Bribie Island Surf Club and Lions Park. This can be accessed off the roundabout from Boyd Street, then down Beach Access Road. Alternatively, park in the large carpark out the front of the toilet block at the nearby Bluey Piva Park on North Street.


  • Fenced playgrounds with equipment and softfall rubber matting
  • Tables and chairs
  • BBQs
  • Toilets
  • Accessible parking
  • Bike racks
  • Walking distance to a pub, shops and cafés down North Street

Nearby venues/Food & drink:

You can pack your own picnic and enjoy in the shaded seating areas, or meet with family and friends at a comfortable seaside venue.

There are a number of food and drink options along North Street at Woorim, including Bribie Island Surf Club, The Blue Pacific Hotel, Mojo’s on North, Mokha Café, and IGA Woorim Street.

Sensory Considerations


  • Softfall rubber matting
  • Colourful play equipment
  • Grassed picnic areas, trees, and chip bark garden beds


  • Native plants and trees (mangroves, banksias, eucalypt trees)
  • Wildlife such as shorebirds and lizards. Kangaroos and wallabies can often be seen venturing from the national park to surrounding suburbs


  • Sounds of the ocean (waves, moving water)
  • Bird calls, including shorebirds and waterbirds

NOTE: Some of the grassy areas around Woorim are classified as bookable areas through Council. These may be used for sporting or recreational events and occasions. This could increase pedestrian traffic and affect parking availability.


Boyd Street, Woorim

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