Parks & Playgrounds Kids Activities Melbourne
Crisp air, cool sunny days and The Great Outdoors.
Take a visit to Melbourne's beautiful park life and enjoy some local jems like the Family-friendly Botanic Gardens, Historic Como House, adventure playgrounds and more. These green spaces make the perfect place to stroll, ride bikes, scooter, throw a ball, picnic or just sit in the sunshine.
A visit to the Melbourne Museum (or even Melbourne IMAX) and a play in the park go hand in hand. This playground is a natural stop-off before or after the museum as it's a skip, hop and a jump away.
The design of the Carlton Gardens Playground is loosely based on the popular 19th century maze with undulating wall elements creating paths of discovery including play spaces, sand play, structures and interactive music elements.
Well, well, well, look what has got an upgrade? One of our favourite playgrounds in Brighton for little ones! What was once a tired playground is now a shiney new play area complete with mini bike and scooter path where the kids can burn off some energy!
Run across the little bridge and enter a colourful wooden play world complete with swings, slides, a climbing frame with tan bark landing, hidey hole and a see-saw. You get the added bonus here of a bike and scooter track that weaves in and out of the playground.
Livvi’s place Craigieburn officially opened on Sunday 19th March 2017. This is the first fully enclosed play space that caters to children of all ages within Craigieburn. The park has wide double gated entrances and exits making it suitable for disabled children to also come and enjoy a wonderful and exciting play space. With paved access throughout allowing all children to easily access and play on all equipment.