Top Playgrounds in VIC
Brilliant park with everything you could think of! Very new park. We've ridden our bikes there and driven, never any problems. We have a 2 year old an.
Victory Blvd in Ashburton
Worth investigating with the open space, playground equipments and most of all they are just under 10 years old....New.....
Norfolk Drive in Narre Warren
Awesome playground for older kids especially..
Carnival Pl in Hoppers Crossing
This is probably our favourite park.
Jim Abernethy Memorial Dr in Bayswater
This is a sanctuary for creative play, decorated with community art that will inspire and capture the imagination of people of all ages and all abilities.
Duncan Street in Templestowe Lower
Both the South Melbourne & St Kilda Adventure playgrounds are often referred to as neighbourhood “backyards” and give children the chance to use t.
Address: Entrance between 209 & 211 Dorcas Street in South Melbourne
This playground can get busy, and for good reason.
Cranbourne Road in Frankston
A magical garden where children can play and explore, paddle, hide, dig, climb and generally have a wonderful time. Lots of special features including.
Birdwood Avenue in South Yarra
This an excellent playground.
Scotch Parade in Chelsea
There is lots of running, climbing and sliding to be done at this most impressive playground.
Parring Road in Balwyn
This playground is excellent for the under 4s. It is completely shaded by sails, and has a sand floor. Bright and colourful with plenty of room betw.
Dendy Street in Brighton
This playground has just been constructed in 2012.
Winfield Rd in Balwyn North
Rebuilt late last year. Includes a massive pirate ship with a climbing nets and slides, as well as a smaller ship for toddlers. Plenty of swings, incl.
Parkside Blvd in Carrum
Along with the various clusters of playgrounds and BBQs in this park there is a Farm. Attached to the Farm (but free to enter) is a fabulous Playspace.
Fairway Dr in Bundoora
Alfred Crescent in Fitzroy North
Very big. Slides, swings, disabled access swing..
Windmill Dr in Lake Wendouree
Heaps of interesing things for Children..
Fulham Road in Rowville
Updated early 2009. Directly next to Chelsea Surf Living Saving Club. Playground has a nautical look with a big lighthouse. Play equipment for all age.
Camp Street in Chelsea
Fanatastic playground for all ages - 3 flying foxes (one with toodler strap), a pendulum swing, big climbing frame, great under cover BBQ area and toi.
Oriel Rd in Heidelberg West
Near new playground with modern equipment. Plenty of swings, slides and climbing towers. Minature Montrose shopping village for imaginative play. Reas.
Mount Dandenong Tourist Rd in Montrose
The St Kilda Adventure playground & Skinners Adventure playground in South Melbourne are often referred to as a neighbourhood “backyards” and give children the chance to use their imagination and take risks in a safe environment.
Off Neptune Street in St Kilda
Ruffey Lake Park is most impressive with two significant playgrounds on either side of vast, rolling parklands. The playgrounds have something for all.
Victoria Street in Doncaster
This park is set in a lush grassy park with concrete meandering bike paths and plenty of room for ball games and a basketball hoop. The playground is.
Cnr Jasper Rd and Mortimore St in Bentleigh
Birrarung Marr is well worth a trip into the city to visit.
Birrarung Marr in Melbourne
This is a roofed adventure playground, suitable for all ages. A small sand pit and play area is attached for babies and small toddlers. The main playg.
Wattletree Rd in Eltham North
Hays Paddock is the grand pinnacle of playgrounds; they simply don't come better than this.
Longstaff Street in Kew East
There are 3 play areas at this park as well as a basketball court and plenty of room to move.
Rathdowne Street in Carlton
Renewed early 2012 with new equipment. Good, simple park. Has flat new grassy area good for ball games, frisbee etc. Only a couple of seats. Good back.
Dalziel Ln in Northcote
Decent park on busy road. Good for toddlers, especially those who like to roam as it is fully fenced with toddler gates. Some shade from a few trees. .
Arthurton Rd & St Georges Rd in Northcote
The recently refurbished Arboretum playground has a great mix of activities - plenty of little slides, swings, climbing and balancing activities for toddlers, and a climbing web, flying fox and roundabout for older children.
100 Dorset Rd in Ferntree Gully
Another good playground for visitors to Phillip Island.
Marine Pde in San Remo