Located just near the tip of Woody Point on Oxley Avenue, and next door to the Humpybong Yacht Club, Crockatt Park is a green oasis amid the busy Woody Point precinct. Crockatt Park has something for all ages and stages. Check out the view from the top of the flying fox!

With toilets, shelters, barbeques and the Moreton Bay Cycleway running through the area,Crockatt Park is great for a quick visit, or a day of play. The playground isn’t fenced, but there is plenty of shade to enjoy while you watch birds and boats go by.

Crockatt Park Facilities & features include:

Activities include:

  • Croquet
  • Canoeing & Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Stand Up Paddle Board
  • Kitesurfing
  • Bike Riding

Sporting associations:

  • Eildon Croquet Club
  • Redcliffe Outrigger Canoe Club Inc
  • Humpybong Yacht Club Inc.

Moreton Bay Cycleway

If you love to peddle, Crockatt Park is a great spot to start your cycling adventure. Head west towards the historic Hornibrook Bridge or for a longer ride head towards Margate Beach!

Grab a bite to eat!

The nearby shopping strip means you can find something to eat if you’ve played so long everyone is starving. Enjoy a coffee or pop into the local Fish and Chip shop and eat prawns by the bayside. A charming spot to watch the sunset over Hays Inlet with D'Aguilar Range as the backdrop.

Throw in a line

Keen to catch the next big one? Woody Point Jetty is just a short stroll from Crockatt Park and a popular spot to fish. Local catch includes squid and whiting.

For cycling, fishing and playing, put Crockatt Park on your activity list this weekend. Share your adventure #visitmoretonbayregion

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Acknowledgement of Country - We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands and waterways of the Moreton Bay Region, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, and Turrbal people and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. We recognise the ongoing connection that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to this land and recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the original custodians of this land.