Party in the Park

If Twin Waters has a Show Day, the TWRA’s PARTY IN THE PARK is it!  Kids games, stalls with cakes and plants, with fireworks at the end – everything that makes the local community click.   Held Sunday 5 November between 3.00pm & 7.00pm at the TW Shopping Village.  The call is also out for volunteers to help on the day.  Read on for details:

John Blackmore from LJ Hookers Twin Waters – our great sponsors for 2022’s wonderfully successful ‘Party in the Park is already preparing for the next one. For anyone wanting to donate or volunteer on the day, please contact the office at LJ Hooker Twin Waters on 5450 6188, or email the team at, [email protected]


We also need donations for the day…

For plant donations this year, the popular choices are always colourful, flowering, native and tropical. All greatly appreciated. Please label your donations.  It helps with the sales.

For the Cake Stall – Big cakes, scones with jam and slices are favourites.  Delivering is easy – just bring our freshly baked goods can be brought to the cake stall by 2.30pm on the day.

See below for the detailed coverage of all the fun of the 2022 Party in the Park.

This popular event in the TWRA calendar was first held in the late 1990s when Twin Waters was established and in 2021 celebrated it’s 25th year.

This year the party was moved from it’s conventional Warwick Daniels park location to the ‘town square’ of Twin Waters – the retail, service and dining precinct which provided more space, facilities and supported our local businesses.

It was the right move – with an estimated high of about 2000 attendees throughout the day.

MC for the day was TWRA committee member Naomi McQueen – seen here with Joshua Dekker from LJ Hooker Twin Waters – long time coordinators of Party in the Park.


Special Thanks to Grant Ormrod (left), seen here with Dempsey Ormrod. Grant and his team at LJ Hooker, once again, put in a lot of time and effort to plan and organise the event, and ensure it was a success.

The crowds and proud parents hearing the singing groups from Pacific Paradise State School.

Thanks also to Ausfunk gymnastics for their amazing displays.

Thanks to the many volunteers who helped out on market stalls (cakes, jams, plants), and Maroochy North Shore Lions. The Police, Neighbourhood Watch and State Emergency Service were also there to show what they are about.

The party finished with a stunning fireworks display.

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