HOT: Rye’s Up Community Playground, 2387A Point Nepean Rd, Rye, Mornington Peninsula

  If you’re visiting to the Mornington Peninsula don’t miss one of our favourite beach playgrounds on Rye’s foreshore east of Rye Pier. Rye’s Up Community Playground is a wooden adventure playground built by locals in 2012 and is great fun especially when the water’s too cold for swimming. The fully fenced playground sits next […]

HOT: Bayswater Road Reserve Playground, Bayswater Rd, Kensington

Bayswater Road Reserve Playground in Kensington punches above its weight considering its size  – a fenced playground gem in a quiet residential square. The park is small and overlooked on four sides by houses, so it feels like one of those private gardens in England where only special people get the key. There is partial fencing […]

HOT: Truganina Coastal Parklands Altona and 100 Steps to Federation, Queen St, Altona Meadows

Truganina Coastal Parkland Altona used to be the Altona Tip and is now 25 hectares of parkland with wooded areas, wetlands, walking and biking paths, barbecues and 100 steps to amazing views. The 100 Steps to Federation is a stone staircase made of local basalt rock and the steps lead up to the highest point of land between Melbourne […]

HOT: Artplay Backyard, Artplay, Birrarung Marr, Melbourne

We are regular participants of ArtPlay’s booked workshops but did you know they hold a program of outdoor, drop-in play sessions called ArtPlay Backyard? Behind Artplay’s main building is a shipping container full of art materials which opens up onto a wooden deck and the patch of green next to the Artplay playground. Every week […]

The HOT List: Nature Play Week 2016 – Top 20 events in Melbourne and surrounds

Nature Play Week is an annual national program by Kids In Nature Network that celebrates events and initiatives that reconnect kids with nature and the outdoors. This year Nature Play Week runs from Wednesday 6 April to Sunday 17 April, with a launch event at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Cranbourne with Jackie French, author/illustrator and former […]

HOT: Frankston Regional Foreshore Playground, Frankston Waterfront Reserve, Pier Promenade, Frankston

If you’re visiting Frankston Beach with kids don’t miss the Frankston Regional Foreshore Playground, an imaginative adventure playground that’s affectionately known as the ‘castle playground’. The setting is part fairy tower, part Dracula’s castle, and there’s so much fun to be had that it’s a worthy drawcard away from the stunning sandy beach just a […]

HOT: Pirate Ship playground, Rob Dore Reserve, Carrum

If you have a pirate-mad child (and what child doesn’t love pirates?) then make a special trip to Carrum’s Rob Dore Reserve, where a giant wooden pirate ship has run aground in an awesome shaded, partially fenced playground. I guarantee that it’s a place that kids and adults will love. The pirate ship is decorated […]

HOT: Williamstown Beach, Shelly’s Beach Pavilion and The Kiosk d’Asporto, The Esplanade, Williamstown

Williamstown Beach is a popular beach on the west side of Port Phillip Bay for locals, but does not get as crowded by sightseers, say as Brighton Beach. It boasts amazing sunset views and is a sheltered, shallow beach for kids to play, though sometimes unsavoury seaweed can wash far up the shore. Thanks to […]

HOT: Jubilee Park playground, Hillcrest Road, Frankston

Jubilee Park in Frankston is a 13 hectare site which is home to cricket, football and netball clubs and a swimming pool – and a new playground! Jubilee Park playground’s design takes inspiration from Frankston’s beach and bushland location, with references to native animals and sea life in the playground equipment. At the top of one of the […]

HOT: Point Gellibrand Coastal Heritage Park, Battery Road, Williamstown

Point Gellibrand Coastal Heritage Park is a fun destination for free water play and for older kids, a place with lots of history to discover. Parks Victoria calls it ‘the richest heritage site in the history of Victoria’. There’s no beach as such and the small patches of sand are rocky and full of shells […]

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