Summary

Charles Holm Park is located at 2 Pinnaroo Street, Hope Island.

This park is perfect for picnics, parties, fishing, water sports, swimming and general outdoor activities.

Facilities

Parking

The parking facilities are great with heaps of spots including disabled parking and boat trailer spots.

Photo of Parking Lot at Charles Holm Park

Parking Lot

Photo of Disabled and Boat Trailer Parking at Charles Holm Park

Disabled and Boat Trailer Parking

Amenities

Everything you could need for a day out is available here with toilets, all abilities toilets, outdoor shower and water fountain. Plenty bins scattered around for your rubbish.

Photo of amenities including all access toilet at Charles Holm Park

Amenities including all access toilet

Photo of Outdoor Shower at Charles Holm Park

Outdoor Shower

BBQ and Picnic

A wonderful feature of the Charles Holm Park is boiling water on tap! The urn is behind a child safe gate to keep little hands safe. Nothing like a boiling cuppa while watching the kids have fun! BBQs and food preparation areas are also available.

There are 2 large covered picnic tables, plenty of shade for a traditional blanket on the ground picnic as well as more shaded tables near the swimming area (300m walk).

Photo of Food Preparation Area including boiling water and BBqs at Charles Holm Park

Food Preparation Area

Photo of picnic table at Charles Holm Park

Picnic Table

Entertainment

Play Equipment

Shaded play equipment is always a win for me! There is plenty to choose from including a great captains deck with steering wheel and binoculars. My toddler did required assistance at times to clear the gap between the sand and the first step to climb up to the slide.

Warning if visiting with small children - the area between the play equipment and beach is not fenced with a small drop of about 1-2 meters from the grass to the sand.

Photo of Play Equipment at Charles Holm Park

Play Equipment

Photo of Play Equipment at Charles Holm Park

Play Equipment

Photo of Play Equipment at Charles Holm Park

Play Equipment

Photo of Play Equipment at Charles Holm Park

Play Equipment

Swimming

The swimming beach is a 300m walk from the BBQs and play equipment. A picnic table and trees with lots of shade is set up near the swimming area. The walk is pleasant with a shaded path which would suit children on bikes or scooters. Watch out for a small drop beside the foot path to the edge of the water.

Photo of Walkway to Swimming Beach at Charles Holm Park

Walkway to Swimming Beach

Swimming Area at Charles Holm Park

Swimming Area

Swimming Area at Charles Holm Park

Swimming Area

Photo of Picnic Area Near Swimming Beach at Charles Holm Park

Picnic Area Near Swimming Beach

Fishing and Water Sports

Charles Holm Park is set up for water sports with a boat ramp and easy access to the ramp from the parking lot. The beach along the picnic and play equipment areas is set up for fishing, playing in the sand or watching the water sports. No swimming is permitted in this area. See the swimming section for further details on the swimming beach, a 300m walk away.

Water at Charles Holm Park

Water

Water at Charles Holm Park

Water

Boat Ramp at Charles Holm Park

Boat Ramp

Photo of Information board at Charles Holm Park

Information board

Other Features

A basketball court is available for use and you can bring the family dog to join in on the fun (as long as he is on a leash).

Photo of Dogs on Leash Sign at Charles Holm Park

Dogs on Leash

Basketball Court at Charles Holm Park

Basketball Court

Video of Park

4 Responses

  1. John Sowden

    Why with this park being show cased as a park for disabled people and disabled facilities, why then has’nt this park got a jetty near the boat ramp to allow disabled people to be boarded and disembarked from a boat. The only boat ramps with disabled access on the gold coast are the spit ,currumbin and tullabugera, there is nothing on the north side. Maybe this could be taken into consideration.

    Reply
    • Lauren

      Hi John, thank you for your valuable feedback. We will remove the All Abilities Access, but keep the All Abilities Toilet. We appreciate your support in maintaining a high quality of information on Gold Coast Kids.

      Reply
  2. MikenJumes

    Hi, is anybody able to provide information about concrete boat-ramps on the Gold Coast especially around the southern end of the Coast?
    Thanks

    Reply

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