Buderim Lions Park
Located on Burnett Street, the park was originally created by the Buderim Lions Club, but has been heavily reworked from the original traveller’s-rest style car park that it once was!
The Park is still The Buderim Lions Park and offers spectacular south-facing views of the Sunshine Coast and the hinterland.
The Lions Park in Buderim is the perfect place to have a picnic, a play or a simple a break from the business of town.
Benches offer a great spot to have morning tea or lunch while you watch the big ships go to and from the busy Port of Brisbane.
The Buderim Lions Park features a great playground for the kids, a toilet block and a barbecue area for all to enjoy.
The redesign saw the picnic and BBQ areas set by the road, but it is still a great little park.
There is not a huge amount of shade so you will need to slip, slop slap to avoid sunburn in the middle of hot Summer days.
This park has always been a favourite of tourists and locals alike, especially when the Bruce Highway ran straight through Tanawha, making Buderim an ideal spot to stop for some morning tea while on the road.