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Discover the Best Playgrounds in Melbourne

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If you’re looking for the best playgrounds in Melbourne for kids, there are many great options to choose from. According to experts, spending time at a playground is a smart move because there are multiple benefits to outdoor playing. In Melbourne, most playgrounds have different features, but all of the activities are ideal for kids and teens.

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There is dedicated area for casual activities like picnic or kite-flying.


All Nations Park is the place where you’ll find basketball courts and fun ramps for skateboarders. Younger kids will have a blast at this playground as well since there is a dedicated area for casual activities like picnic or kite-flying.

With many basketball courts, bigger kids who are into sport will love it here too.


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Grown-up enjoy spending time on the grounds too. Unique artwork is scattered throughout the park, and each piece is designed by a local artist. Every sculpture has a rich history, so you’ll learn a lot about the culture in the area as you view the art in this park.

See Google Review for All Nations Park

Best Playground for Kids who are Hyper

ArtPlay is one of the best playgrounds for children who have a lot of energy. They can burn calories by climbing walls and using the ropes that are found near various structures. When all of their energy is drained, the hammocks that are strategically placed on the grounds will help the kids recharge.

Kids enjoy doing clay work.


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ArtPlay is also a very handy place for urban parents as it is the only playground in the heart of the CBD. Your kids will absolutely adore the artworks that fill up the space. After your kids are tired from outdoor plays, remember that there is a provided indoor space for kids to do artworks, like doing clay work, painting and collage.

See Google Review for ArtPlay

Ponies are also available for your child if he or she wants to ride it around the park.


Bundoora Park is another destination for a day out with your kids because the staff hosts many fun holiday programs. At this park, everyone can feed and pet small farm animals. Ponies are also available; if your child is brave, he or she can ride it around the park. If you visit this playground during the summer, everyone can have a picnic during lunch. The property has plenty of open land and many BBQ facilities, so you can easily cook a filling meal and enjoy it outdoors.

See Google Review for Bundoora Park

Drifting on the water in a paddleboat.


Emerald Lake Park hosts tons of community events, which are ideal for children of all ages. Kids who like aquatic activities can spend a day drifting on the water in a paddleboat. If your child prefers a land-based activity, there are many tracks around the park that are great for bikes.

See Google Review for Emerald Lake Park

Playing with an animal.


Horseshoe Bend Farm is a place where dozens of farm animals are found. It’s great educational park because kids can pet and study:

Sheep
Donkeys
Cows
Pigs

Whenever your children need to take a walk, they can journey along a path that’s located near the Maribynong River. Before the sun sets, you can serve picnic items while your kids use the equipment at adventure playground.

A Playground for Older Kids

Everyone can skate throughout the day.


J.J Holland Park is probably the best destination for teens since a BMX track and a skate park is found on the property. Many trees keep the park cool by blocking intense sunlight, so everyone can peddle and skate throughout the day.

Because J.J Holland Park is designed strategically, kids can try different activities by accesses four unique structures. All of the activities are designed to keep children energized throughout a long day.

Best Park with Playground Equipment

Enjoy the picnic under the warm sun.


Pipemakers Park is a historic place for kids and is located near the Maribynong River. When compared to other parks, this destination is very unique because the activities that are offered are fun and thrilling. In the afternoon, everyone can try to catch fish from a boat. Then, before sunset, teens can take a hike on the local trails. If you’re looking for a playground that has something for everyone, this park is a great option because it has:

Old buildings
Great picnic spots
Free BBQ

See Google Review for Pipemakers Park

Overall, the process of finding the best playgrounds in Melbourne isn’t difficult. If you consider each park’s features and activities carefully, local field trips will be more enjoyable.
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