Top Playgrounds in VIC
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
Giant Slide Park
This an excellent playground.
Scotch Parade in Chelsea
This is one of the best playgrounds in the east.
Parring Road in Balwyn
A magical garden where children can play and explore, paddle, hide, dig, climb and generally have a wonderful time. Lots of special features including a wetland, rainforest, bamboo forest, rocky gorge.
Birdwood Avenue in South Yarra
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
Bright Kids Playground
Great accessible playground with ramps. According to my kids it's the best playground ever..
Gavan St in Bright
Huge wooden adventure playground including swings and slides.
164 Thomas Street in Hampton
Diamond Valley Railway Park
The main attraction of this playground is probably the miniature railway, which operates most Sundays 11am to 5pm.
Main Rd in Eltham
This playground can get busy, and for good reason.
Cranbourne Road in Frankston
This park is great even though it's only stage one. Stage two is still to come..
Buckingham Crescent in Sunshine West
Fantastic adventure playground for the kids with a pirate ship, swings and slides to play on. Next to family friendly mountain bike trails. Watch out for the river, it is not fenced from the playgroun.
River Reserve Road in Anglesea
KidsTown is a fantastic playground for the whole family.
Midland Hwy in Shepparton
Lake Pertobe has everything.
Pertobe Road in Warrnambool
Ardrie Park is particularly pretty, with rows of grand trees and freshly planted flower beds spaced throughout the well-kept lawns.
Ardrie Road in Malvern East
What a delight the Heathcote Playspace is! Within a fairly compact space there is a heap of equipment but also plenty of room.
Northern HWY in Heathcote
A lovely playground.
Hamilton Hwy in Mortlake
Huge Wooden playground plus brand new (Sept 2014) playground section..
Elgin Street in Morwell
New recycled timber playground is like an enormous treehouse set amongst the trees..
Queen Street in Parkdale
Beverley Rd Reserve
Cafe style kiosk open 7 days. Basketball half court. Next to football oval..
Buckingham Drive in Heidelberg
This playground is recent.
Nepean Highway in Carrum
Great park for older kids.
Mount Alexander Rd in Travancore
This park is amazing. Kids and adults alike will love it..
Whittlesea Kinglake Rd in Kinglake
Loads of fun for older kids who like to climb! Good for my 3,5,6,7 yr old boys!.
Hugh King Dr in Mildura
It's good, no, it's the best. It has shady trees and heaps of great stuff to play on. The toilets are clean, but would be better if the door didn't get stuck..
Bent St in Leongatha
Cliff St in South Yarra
This is a great park for people who like to spin, says our son.
Glen Park Road in Bayswater
A park for all ages!! Bring your bike for the path that surrounds the park, as well as the big play oval next-door. Tables and seat on the perimeter and two sets of swings provides ample rest areas to.
Smart St in Hawthorn
Barwon Heads Foreshore playground is near the bridges that cross the Barwon River with a range of equipment for all ages on a sand base. Wheelchair access is limited to pathways, BBQ and shelter. Acce.
Flinders Parade in Barwon Heads
This playground is great for the family with kids of varying ages-it caters for younger kids as well as older kids, as well as the parents with the outdoor gym equipment!! Great fun for us all, and ke.
Emerald Lake Road in Emerald
Recently replaced in 2003, the playground at South Surrey Park is particularly lovely.
Verdun Street in Surrey Hills
Marriott Waters Recreation Reserve
Livvi's Place Casey is another 5-star playground from the Touched by Olivia Foundation.
Boland Dve in Lyndhurst
Solly Avenue in Princes Hill
The Brimbank Park Playscape is a haven for creative play that will inspire children and their families to connect with nature as they play, explore and socialise in the outdoors.
Keilor Park Drive in Keilor East
Rope climbing playground with excellent natural surroundings through trees and an amazing tree deck..
Queens Park Rd in Highton
Great playground for toddlers and older kids. Clean toilets and fully fenced playground with safety gates..
High Street in Echuca
From the City of Melbourne.
Flemingon Road in Parkville
Warrigal Road in Mentone
Great area for all aged..
Princes Drive in Morwell
Playground that caters for all ages, even Tweens! On the edge of Kingston Lake Reserve with walking paths, boardwalks & open space. Perfect spot!.
Ambleside Place in Marcus Hill
Grand Boulevard in Craigieburn
Excellent park. Two playgrounds for variety and age, skate park, varying swings (inc hammock) and edible herb garden all next to soccer pitch and footy oval..
Sunset Strip in Jan Juc
Gorgeous local playground that makes excellent use of a limited space on a wide median strip.
Danks Street in Albert Park
Great for kids of all ages, plenty to do and there's even an old loco to look at..
Cureton Avenue in Mildura
Great place for a feed, and for the kids to let off steam..
Prince St in Rosedale
Beautifully kept little playground with plenty of seating and clean toilets. Has good tap for refilling water bottles and close to shops for a snack. No shade over equipment but good shade over seatin.
Howard Lane in Sea Lake
Excellent small park with nice shade and facilities.
Grant Street South in Inglewood
Princes Hwy in Stratford
Fantastic playground in beautiful setting in a lovely town. Bakery within walking distance for coffees and snacks. Skate park and library adjacent to playground. Lots of shady trees..
O'Donnell Ave in Myrtleford
Victoria Park Lake
This is a very impressive playground set right beside Victoria Park Lake. It is fully fenced and contains heaps of equipment, but is not too spread out..
Tom Collins Drive in Shepparton
Ideal stop for long trips. Stop for a rest, a feed and a run around for the kids, all undercover. Great pies at the local shop..
Yarck Rd in Yarck
Amazing playground with equipment for all ages. It shows that much money and great thought and planning was put into this lovely park in the new re-built Marysville. Balancing and climbing structures,.
Murchison St in Marysville
Large. Multi-age. BBQ, public toilets, enclosed dog park..
Huon St in Wodonga
Excellent pirate/sea themed park. Not particularly large but with good bbq.
Lawrence St in Wodonga
Playground has 2 sets of swings, giant climbing frame with 2 slides, seesaw, water fountain, lots of native shrubbery, BBQ and shade currently being built, lots of grass and pathways..
Forrest St in Ardeer
An exceptional feature is the giant slide (suitable from about two).
Park Crescent in Caulfield North
A fantastic park suitable for all age groups and abilities. This is a very large and very popular playground situated away from the roads, easily accessed by a couple of car parks. Part of the playgr.
Wheatley Road in Bentleigh
Hays Paddock is the grand pinnacle of playgrounds; they simply don't come better than this.
Longstaff Street in Kew East
Near new playground with modern equipment. Plenty of swings, slides and climbing towers. Minature Montrose shopping village for imaginative play. Reasonable fencing and basic toilet. More facilities t.
Mount Dandenong Tourist Rd in Montrose
Both the South Melbourne & St Kilda Adventure playgrounds are often referred to as neighbourhood “backyards” and give children the chance to use their imagination and take risks in a safe environm.
Address: Entrance between 209 & 211 Dorcas Street in South Melbourne
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 and he loves racing around and trying all the differ.
Victory Blvd in Ashburton
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 playground is undercover with lots of climbing, jumping.
Wattletree Rd in Eltham North
Set in a large garden surrounded by ovals.
Cnr Hyde & Somerville Road in Seddon
Fanatastic playground for all ages - 3 flying foxes (one with toodler strap), a pendulum swing, big climbing frame, great under cover BBQ area and toilets close by. There is also a skate ramp just abo.
Oriel Rd in Heidelberg West
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
This park has some large open spaces ideal for frisbee or kite flying and three distinct play areas to suit kids of all ages.
Micham Road in Mitcham
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 for great toddlers and young children. There are .
Fairway Dr in Bundoora
Great park, amazing long long slide and hill to climb. Great for toddlers to primary school age.
Seymour Rd in Elsternwick
This is probably our favourite park.
Jim Abernethy Memorial Dr in Bayswater
Ruffey Lake Park is most impressive with two significant playgrounds on either side of vast, rolling parklands. The playgrounds have something for all ages, are interesting, have shade and are situate.
Victoria Street in Doncaster
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 ages. Boardwalks for easy access. BBQ facilities & ta.
Camp Street in Chelsea
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 at the back of the park away from busy Jasper Roa.
Cnr Jasper Rd and Mortimore St in Bentleigh
Birrarung Marr is well worth a trip into the city to visit.
Birrarung Marr in Melbourne
There are 3 play areas at this park as well as a basketball court and plenty of room to move.
Rathdowne Street in Carlton
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 between the activities. Lots of climbing through colo.
Dendy Street in Brighton
Huge playground built with community fundraising, with heaps to do for all ages. Beautiful setting, with creek nearby and bike paths. There is a lovely shaded BBQ area. Mountains are a beautiful back .
12 Nicholson Street, Woodend in Woodend
Great park lots of open space, ducks and birdlife. Plenty of shade and great coffee..
Mount Alexander Rd in Moonee Ponds
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, including a bird's nest-style one. Sandpit, spinners, .
Parkside Blvd in Carrum
Alfred Crescent in Fitzroy North
My 19 month old boy loves this playground, there is fort type structures with slides etc but there is also monkey bars, climbing web and flying fox for older kids. There is also large sporting grass a.
Centre Dandenong Rd in Heatherton
This playground is being revamped and should be finished by June 2015..
Central Rd in Blackburn
Best playground in the western suburbs of Melbourne.
Langs Rd in Ascot Vale
All children love to make a lot of noise and they have a wide choice of play equipment at this playground.
Gaffney Street in Coburg
Featuring the most extensive adventure playground in the whole of Greater Dandenong, Burden Park is sure to be a favourite with the kids, while the rest of the family can rest assured that there's plenty of off street parking to unload the car.
Cnr Heatherton & Springvale Rds in Sandown Village
Braeside Park is a perfect place to ride your bike or walk then stop off for a picnic/bbq. The entry is free and there are free electric barbecues. It is educational, part of Parks Victoria and has di.
Lower Dandenong Road in Braeside
This is a lovely inner city park with lots of mature shade trees, an undercover picnic area, and fairly new playground equipment.
Bastings St in Northcote
There is a real sense of community in this lovely park.
Newry Street in Carlton North
Large park with plenty to explore. BBQs. Big trees for shade. Basketball hoop and soccer goals..
Rawson Terrace in Plumpton
Dragon slide and giraffe swing nicely hidden in the gardens..
Clarendon Street in East Melbourne
Beautiful playground for all ages - a flying fox, swings, football pitch, BBQ's, small maze, slides, half a basketball court - and most importantly the pond with the ducks to feed!.
Glenelg Drive in Mentone
Fantastic playground, huge wooden structures and equipment to appeal children both young and old! Huge sandpit, slides and close to shops and a short drive away from the Yarra Valley Chocolaterie..
Anzac Ave in Yarra Glen
Best park ever. Has sun shade and great for toddlers. Has barbecue facility as well..
Tyrone St in Ormond
Two playgrounds at either side of an open space. One is small and sheltered by trees, ideal for younger children. The other is more open and larger, however new poles have appeared that look like they.
Orchard St in Armadale
Nice and shady park. Lots of equipment..
Jackson St in Westgarth
Crook Street Park
A good basic playground featuring age-appropriate equipment from toddlers to around age 10.
Crook Street in Strathdale
New playground (June 2013).
Kangaroo Rd in Murrumbeena
Anderson Rd in Hawthorn East
Great playground, clean, big & spacious. Beautiful grass & shade..
Park Ln in Lancefield
New wooden equipment, large grassed area, sandpit with digger..
Separation St in Northcote