Livvi’s Place at Goorimahbah – Place of Stories is the Tweed’s newest inclusive playspace! Located at Jack Evans Boat Harbour, it is FULLY FENCED and features equipment for all ages and abilities to play!
Set along the foreshore with water views, you’ll find so much packed into this playground. There are 2 climbing towers with interactive play equipment, including binoculars and sound tubes, a carousel, a double flying fox, multiple swings, a wide slide for 2 people, suspended rope bridge and an enclosed slide. There is also water and sand play, carved wooden animals, a water pump and sand table. Right nearby you’ll find some accessible musical elements too.
The playground integrates stories of the Indigenous Seasons Calendar through art, colour, and storytelling. Kids can wind the player up and then select a season and listen to Indigenous stories! The play zones reflect the 6 seasons and explains the seasonal changes we see throughout the year.
There are barbecues, shaded seating and shaded grass mounds to encourage social gatherings and picnics, and you’ll find public toilets nearby. Parking is on the street, and is plentiful so aside from busy weekends should be easily accessible.
Need to know
Address: Boundary Street, Tweed Heads. Playground is located in the green space behind Twin Towns, beside Jack Evans Boat Harbour
Parking: Best parking is on Boundary Street, Tweed Heads
Facilities: Public toilets, fully fenced, BBQs, shade covered, accessible playground