Must Visit (in Melbourne From The Inner North/west)
Added by Mel, January 19, 2015
Apparently these are great playgrounds. Let's visit and make a day of it
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 park is great even though it's only stage one. Stage two is still to come..
Buckingham Crescent in Sunshine West
Great playground for all ages. Address says rd name only so if you can't find it look out for the Woolworths and highlands and its tucked just off the.
Grand Boulevard in Craigieburn
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
Plum Garland Memorial Playground
Ended up here today.
Beaconsfield Parade in Albert Park
Fantastic for pre-walkers and kids of all ages..
Bangalore St in Kensington
Big Swing Park
Tall swings, basketball hoop in key, an area to run dogs and 2 separate fenced parks with BBQs in-between. As it is on bike path a great place to ride.
Holden St in Fitzroy North
Altona St in Kensington
Nice playground with 4 separate structures and 4 swings. Really neat and tidy and lots of seats for parents to rest..
Dryburgh St in North Melbourne
The park has two playgrounds - an adventure playground at the eastern end and a standard playground at the western end.
Separation Street in Northcote
Best playground in the western suburbs of Melbourne.
Langs Rd in Ascot Vale
Near water which is nice but not really fenced, just far from road. Good activities, near supermarket, large grassy area..
Woodland St in Essendon
The Blvd in Ivanhoe
Heaps of interesing things for Children..
Fulham Road in Rowville
KidsTown is a fantastic playground for the whole family.
Midland Hwy in Shepparton
Playground has 2 sets of swings, giant climbing frame with 2 slides, seesaw, water fountain, lots of native shrubbery, BBQ and shade currently being b.
Forrest St in Ardeer
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
Visited this playground for the first time today after seeing it many times and thinking it was the sort of playground I would have loved. Is all woo.
Aughtie Drive in Middle Park
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 ou.
Emerald Lake Road in Emerald
Playground great for younger kids.
Station Rd in Gisborne
Brand new playground, great for all ages. Gym equipment too..
Opie Rd in Deer Park
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
Woolhouse Street in Northcote
Owen St in Brunswick West
Great playground. Little bit difficult to get to from train station had to walk around. Facilities great. Loved the pumping station and soft fall area.
Main Street in Lilydale
Recently constructed Playground 2013.
Midland Highway in Campbells Creek
Awesome and new park !!!!.
Inverness St in Clarinda
Toddler really enjoyed the water feature - fountains/ taps with channels. Nice trees and grass. A bit out of the way to find..
North Wharf Road in Docklands
Lyell St in Albert Park
Beverley Rd Reserve
Cafe style kiosk open 7 days. Basketball half court. Next to football oval..
Buckingham Drive in Heidelberg
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-bu.
Murchison St in Marysville
Durham St in Eaglemont