Buderim Village Park
This park is a relatively new addition to the scenic attractions of Buderim. You will find it set on the intersection of Gloucester Road and King Street.
A substantial area has been set aside by Council to be a green space for all the people of Buderim.
This is a perfect spot for a family picnic, enjoying southerly vistas off the Mountain to Caloundra and Moreton Island.
Moving east across the upper area of the Buderim Village Park, you will see magnificent views of the coast line. Large cargo boats pepper the blue Pacific in the distance, as the Coast’s urban sprawl stretches south to Caloundra and Little Mountain.
Lots of space for play, with picnic tables and BBQs handy too!
Eventually you reach a stand of old pine trees with lovely benches, from which you can admire the vista.
Walk to the southern side of the park and you will observe huge fig trees with roots bound about large basalt mounds, the path curves and winds its way back to the entry area.
Commemorating the 100 year anniversary of the ANZAC Campaign, a lone pine tree was planted. A descendant of the original Lone Pine on the Anzac Peninsular. Something very special indeed!