We're Going To The Beach Today!
Added by Mel, August 10, 2014
Melbourne beachside playgrounds.
Plum Garland Memorial Playground
Ended up here today.
Beaconsfield Parade in Albert Park
(Not a playground)
Not technically a playground but this section if Altona Beach, at the end of Mount Street, is just brilliant for toddlers as it has large expanses of .
Mount Street in Altona
Opened in 2008, this playground is proving to be a most popular one in the area. The kids get to play to their hearts content, whilst parents can soa.
Battery Road in Williamstown
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
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
No fence between the playground and the water. Located on a bike track & toilets located nearby..
The Strand in Williamstown
Beautiful botanical gardens, fenced all round, loads of trees, paths for kids to bike around, a toilet block in the middle if the gardens and a great .
Tennyson St in St Kilda
Great little playground by the sea! Sand ground cover which is clean also is under shade for those hot days!.
Pier Road in St Kilda West
Balluk William Court in St Kilda
Queen Street in Altona
Huge wooden adventure playground including swings and slides.
164 Thomas Street in Hampton
Ormond Esplanade in Elwood
There aren't too many things there, but it's nice and near the sea..
North Rd in Brighton
Big playground with sunshades, tables and BBQs, great for a summer evening of fish and chips overlooking the water. Beach below, with walking path an.
Beach Road (cnr Balcolme Rd) in Beaumaris
Chaucer St in St Kilda
Point Ormond Rd in Elwood
This is one of our family's favourites. It has a great selection of equipment for younger and older kids and as an extra bonus is right on the beach s.
Pier Rd in Mordialloc
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
This playground is recent.
Nepean Highway in Carrum
Fantastic for toddlers, most of the equipment toddler sized even for my crawler. Quiet. Hard to find if you don't know the area well but worth it. Sho.
Beacon Vista in Port Melbourne
Fenced off from beach and Nepean Hwy this is a fantastic playground! 2 Forts (one for bigger kids and one for smaller kids) are made to look like castles! There are big and little slides, chain rope bridges, balancing beams, flying fox, sandpit (though it has quite a few little leaves in it), diggers, a pretend ship area, swings for all ages and musical play areas.
Nepean Hwy in Frankston