Parks and Recreation
At Springfield Rise at Spring Mountain, the outdoors beckons at every turn.
With more than 50ha of open space including 15 neighbourhood parks, bushland reserves, a carefully planned network of walking and cycling paths, an adventure park and sporting fields currently under construction, you’ll find yourself in the great outdoors before you even know it.
Wherever you are, stunning views are all around. Hike to White Rock, one of the region’s most popular bushwalking spots in the conservation park next to Springfield Rise at Spring Mountain—you could even mountain bike all the way there from Robelle Domain along scenic paths and bush tracks. Work up a sweat horse riding the challenging Yuddamun Trail or stroll along Six Mile Creek boardwalk through the cool shade of the blue gum forest.
With so many opportunities to play, explore and enjoy nature, being active will become a way of life at Springfield Rise at Spring Mountain.
Enchanted Woods Park
Enchanted Woods Park is the perfect spot to let the kids imagination run wild. Children can climb to the top of the castle just like a prince rescuing a princess, then take a walk across the balance rope bridge whilst imagining crossing the castle moat. There’s even the sword in the stone to try and pull out… just like King Arthur!
The park features a climbing frame and slide, picnic tables and shelter plus large green kick-about space.
Grande Avenue, Spring Mountain
Grech Park connects directly to Spring Mountain Conservation Reserve meaning there's tonnes of space to explore!
The park features a climbing frame, basket swing, a slide, grassy kick about space, a shelter and picnic table. Once there you can explore the walking tracks joining the adjacent conservation area.
Corner of Angelica Ave and Silvertop Cres, Spring Mountain
Located just behind Spring Mountain State School, this fun open space has playground equipment for the kids including a climbing frame and nest swing, a basketball hoop perfect for half-court games, and an undercover area for you to kick back and supervise.
Spring Mountain Boulevard, Spring Mountain
Peter Tullett Memorial Park
A place to explore, play and reflect on the moments that matter in life, the park is nestled amongst the large eucalyptus trees, positioned in a quiet area with views of the tree-lined Mountain Creek corridor. The playground takes inspiration from the satin bowerbird, a species native to White Rock Spring Mountain Conservation Estate that are known for decorating their bowers with blue coloured objects.
Features of this park include shelter with picnic tables and BBQs, toilets, large climbing structure with slide, green shady areas and direct trail access to White Rock Spring Mountain Conservation Estate.
Woodline Drive, Spring Mountain
Located conveniently on Twilight Drive in the Sunset Ridge residential address, Sundown Park is a park for all ages. With features including green kick-about space, playground with tarzan swing, multi-play equipment and leaf steppers, a BMX riding track plus a picnic shelter with drinking fountain, park benches and free WIFI. Sundown Park is the ideal park for a play date or family picnic.
Springfield Central Sports Complex
Springfield Central Sports Complex ranks among the best municipal fields and courts in Queensland. This amazing facility for the people of Greater Springfield and Ipswich, is designed to meet the needs of a thriving community catering for a diverse range of ages and sporting interests.
The 22.5ha sporting complex boasts 16 netball courts, eight tennis courts, four multi-purpose sporting fields, two club houses with canteen amenity, two playgrounds and ample car parking. Six local sporting clubs now call this fantastic complex home.
For all enquiries contact Ipswich City Council’s Sport and Recreation Team on 3810 6666 or for sign-up information contact clubs directly.