Join in on the NEW Art of Beer tour of Melbourne, which will cover the city's relationship with beer, its history and the best places to drink and enjoy beer.
The centre’s greatest feature for kids is the generous aquatic playground complete with jets, valves, spray nozzles, a spinning water wheel and a giant tipping bucket to pour water down onto smiley faces at set times.
PARC's Aquatic Playground
There are also two water slides in operation at PARC; the Constrictor™ as well as Australia’s first ever PARC Python Waterslide.
During school holidays, PARC offers even more fun for kids by adding the Splash Town, a huge inflatable course on which children can attempt to "beat the clock" to reach the end in record time. The over 6s can also have a go in an Aqua Zorb Ball!
Splash Town in the school holidays
PARC is undercover, heated on wintery days and nice and cool on hot days therefore suitable for all weather conditions.
The Melbourne Crochet Club meets fortnightly to learn crochet, meet other Melbourne mums, and have a good chat. Whether you're a complete beginner or a seasoned pro, everyone is welcome to come along!
Please hungry tummies in the PARC café, all located within the same complex. Lunch packs are available during school holidays are great value: nuggets and chips packs for $5. Healthier options are also available such as sandwiches, wraps and fruit.
PARC’s changing facilities are spacious and clean with the ability to choose a family change room if preferred.
Casual locker hire costs just $2 for three hours. Visitors are given a waterproof wrist band that opens a coded locker. Leave all your valuables safely locked away and join in the fun with your kids!
During term time, PARC offers swimming lessons for all ages and hosted/catered birthday parties too.
Take your kids to PARC in Frankston for a day of family friendly aquatic fun.