With a large picnic area and barbeques, as well as a basketball half court, tennis wall, ovals and a running track, there are many reasons to...260 Cranbourne Rd, Frankston
Park and playground located next to Belgrave pool.Benson Street, Belgrave
Caulfield Park has the biggest slide in the world. It goes all the way down a hill. If you're not brave enough to go on it, there's lots of other...Park Crescent, Caulfield North
Revolutionising the climbing experience, Clip 'N' Climb has exploded in popularity since its opening in March 2013. How is it different to...144 Murphy St, Richmond
Outdoor park in Dandenong.Cnr Pultney & Foster St, Dandenong
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We regressed one of our interns back to childhood to review Melbourne’s best playgrounds. We hope he returns to normal soon.
If you fancy getting out of town for the weekend, kids in tow, combine your sightseeing with an adventure playground.
Spring showers? Fear not: there are heaps of fun, educational experiences to be had in Melbourne - rain, hail or shine.
Spend sunny days exploring, learning and playing.