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Thinking, speaking, being: Lowitja Institute conference targets Indigenous wellbeing
The new Federal Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt has promised a more community-led approach to tackling the life expectancy gap of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It's an acknowledgement of a wider push for Indigenous...

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Man charged over choking woman in Sydney
A man is behind bars accused of trying to strangle a woman in a domestic-related assault in Sydney's west. The 29-year-old and a 25-year-old woman were with friends at a unit in Merrylands on Monday afternoon when the attack occurred. Police say the man...

Local Parks - Water Park

Water Park
Esplanade at the end of Edith Street across from Pelican's Nestle Inn
Adjoins Pandanus Beach and Wading Pool
UBD REF# 143 K-19
Playground Shelter Toilets Skating, BMXing and Rollerblading Wheelchair Access Available BBQ Areas
Bike Racks Off Road Parking Swimming
Wynnum Water Park

Wynnum Water Park is a great place for the kids to get wet and have some fun. The Water Park is next to Pandanus Beach, Wynnum Jetty and the Wynnum Wading Pool.

The $770,000 playground water park was opened on Saturday the 8th of May 2004 by Lord Mayor Campbell Newman and Local Council Member Peter Cumming and is much loved by locals and visitors to the area.

Next time your sweltering come and play at the Wynnum Water Park.

Water Park Whales
Water Park Openning
 
Wynnum Water Park