This month’s top blog posts have a been of a transport theme – from trains to planes…and more planes! Not to mention cafes, activities and other fun things to do with kids in Melbourne and beyond.
1. A Place for Your Little Train Fan
All aboard!! The Bellarine Railway in Queenscliff on the Bellarine Peninsula is a steam tourist railway in that runs every Sunday. They have special services during the school holidays and some public holidays such as the Big Day Out With Thomas.
2. Planes, Planes, Planes
Is your little one an aviation enthusiast? Or just loves a good bit of plane spotting? Then you must check out my list of the 12 Best Aviation Experiences in Melbourne. So many options to fulfil all the needs of any plane geek! (old and young).
3. Planning a Trip to the Apple Isle?
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4. Spot the African Animals at the Safari Park
There’s a new park in Werribee and man is it
5. A Great Place to lunch in the CBD
Located by the Yarra river The General Assembly is a great family friendly option for inner city munching. They have a varied menu and different portions that will suit every palate, lots of drinks options and beautiful views.
6. Rock the Spectrum
We Rock the Spectrum Kids Gyms are sensory-safe gyms, providing kids of all abilities with a fun and motivating environment to play, regulate and grow together.
7. And More Planes….
Sit in the cockpit, pretend your a pilot and soak up all the glorious aircrafts, engines, models, uniforms and many other items associated with Australia’s aviation history at the Australian National Aviation Museum in Moorabbin.
8. Arrgh Me Hearties
Shiver me timbers there’s a pirate ship in Melbourne! (Well it’s not actually a pirate ship, but why spoil a good story with the truth!). Polly Woodside is docked up at South Wharf and on the first Sunday of every
9. Italian-style baked goods
Pane Rustico is an artisan bakery and cafe in Moonee Ponds. The all day menu spans typical breakfast and lunch dishes, with a mostly Italian flavour. A family friendly place where you can eat, play and take away some delicious baked goods.
10. Do You Have a Musical Toddler?
“Rhythms and Grooves” at ArtPlay is a fun and engaging music and movement workshop for children aged 14 months to 24 months and their carers.