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City Circle Tram Melbourne, Australia 12.1 mi away
#1 of 477 things to do in Melbourne
If you want a great family experience and love good food, good wine (the Cuvée was exceptional) and terrific service ... This is a truly great night out !!
It takes you past the Melbourne aquarium which is wonderful to take your children to it also goes past many of our wonderful cafes if one takes your interest and you can go around as many times as you like if you...
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Diamond Valley Railway Eltham, Australia 8.9 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Eltham
Featuring scale model diesels and steam trains carrying both adults and children the ride through bush land with level crossings, stations and tunnels is an excellent ride lasting for 15 to 20 minutes at a very lo...
Terrific place to bring young children for loads of outdoor fun right next to the Diamond Creek and a short stroll to the Yarra River.
Lilydale Lake Lilydale, Australia 11.5 mi away
#3 of 20 things to do in Lilydale
Great for families with young children with lots of swings, rides etc. Good walking tracks for exercising, jogging etc. Very pleasant surrounds for picnics, gatherings etc.
Great play area for the kids also, and a popular picnic/BBQ location (with a number of BBQs), amongst large, neat grassed areas.
Myuna Farm Melbourne, Australia 9.3 mi away
#19 of 477 things to do in Melbourne
The price even comes with a loaf of bread to feed some of the animals (We had a lot of leftover which we brought home, it was delicious) The kids loved getting hands-on with the lambs and rabbits, the train and po...
Kids love being able to touch the animals and feed them, they enjoy the tractor ride and pony rides and it is relaxing to sit at the cafe and watch the kids on the playground afterwards.
William Ricketts Sanctuary Mount Dandenong, Australia 9.6 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Mount Dandenong
Up in the Dandenong Hills' Rain forest this beautiful garden of sculpture of aboriginal men, women and children by William Rickets is a must to visit!
Kids really enjoyed the walk in the gardens and marvelled at the sculptures and the meaning of each poem.
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Trees Adventure - Glen Harrow Park Belgrave, Australia 10.2 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Belgrave
The helmet, harness, gadgets and steps that we have to learn by heart... Kids and adults will love this adventure, which is even more exciting than that of Ziptrek in Queenstown.
Green Line is for children 8 years and under Blue Line if for everyone over 8 and is great to get your tree legs with a long and a short course, the long course having the most amount of zip lines in the park.
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Melbourne's Gardens Melbourne, Australia 5.2 mi away
#5 of 477 things to do in Melbourne
Children enjoyed playgrounds or frolicked by water features, such as decorative ponds or unusual fountains.
Many a wedding takes place in them as well as many other informal family gatherings.
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National Sports Museum Melbourne, Australia 11.2 mi away
#9 of 477 things to do in Melbourne
World class exhibit for the whole family, we included this visit in with the MCG tour as our Son is an AFL (Australian Football) fan and player, great collection of Olympic history, we had a blast competing agains...
This is a great facility combing some fun interactive activities for the kids and an awesome sports memorabilia display.
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Fitzroy Gardens Melbourne, Australia 11.3 mi away
#10 of 477 things to do in Melbourne
This lovely park and gardens is one of my favourites includes the lovely old fairy tree, captions cook cottage, play ground for children while small is cute, small Tudor village and lovely walking paths in both wi...
Kids love the fish ponds as well The children's swings and Dragon slide the best ever Captain cooks cottage, fairies tree, Tudor garden, Information centre and café etc etc The park changes with the seasons and is...
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Melbourne Museum Melbourne, Australia 12.1 mi away
#25 of 477 things to do in Melbourne
... a living museum that teaches, shares and exposes our future generations with amazing exhibits, accessible learning environments and a beautiful place to visit and have lunch and catch up with family and friends.
The children area is exceptional, the outdoor discovery garden with the crystals was amazing, then you have the larger interactive play And learning center (exceptional), we enjoyed the children’s area as much as...
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Southbank Melbourne, Australia 12.2 mi away
#21 of 477 things to do in Melbourne
a really great place for all families to visit from walking eating and boat trips on the Yarra plus an easy walk to catch the free trams for the inner city area
With the river boats cruising along in the moonlight and the bridge in lights its great for families or couples wanting calm at the end of a busy Melbourne day.
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Dandenong Ranges Dandenong, Australia 9.6 mi away
#1 of 24 things to do in Dandenong
We took the kids to Blue hills farm for berry picking which was great fun.
Great for families and tourists as well as locals.
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Australian Centre for the Moving Image Melbourne, Australia 12.0 mi away
#14 of 477 things to do in Melbourne
Whether you want to browse the cinematic museum, get involved in the interactive displays, or see a movie in very comfortable surroundings, ACMI is the ideal venue, providing for adults and children.
Tip: many kids/parents take off for lunch, so my daughter had free rain on many of the games at that time....highly recommend....I had a ball reminiscing about the Tv, films and games too!
National Rhododendron Gardens Olinda, Australia 10.1 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Olinda
Lovely in spring but also in autumn, kids loved it, we took so many pictures and brought some plants home from the shop
It's perfect to go with friends/family & have a picnic & just enjoy the environment!
Abbotsford Convent Abbotsford, Australia 10.6 mi away
#3 of 19 things to do in Abbotsford
Green spaces, leafy trees and old gardens circle the impressive Abbotsford Convent buildings with a view of the Children’s Farm and Yarra Trail ideal for strolling or cycling.
It is a great place for family gatherings, for dates, for meeting points and for eating delicious food from the non-for-profit, pay-as-you-feel vegetarian/vegan restaurant there where you can take your buffet-pot-...
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Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) Melbourne, Australia 11.1 mi away
#3 of 477 things to do in Melbourne
The gently rolling grass ares surrounding the lake are the perfect spot to enjoy a picnic and in the weekends many Melbournian families and couples do just that.. Take a blanket on a sunny day and just relax!
Fantastic atmosphere with a top class match between 2 top teams playing excellent footy, great off field activities for the kids as well as typical stadium catering
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Puffing Billy Railway Belgrave, Australia 10.1 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Belgrave
Enjoyed the train ride to lakeside station.. did trekking with family to nearby town Eneralde town.. walk was awesome.. kids enjoy.. town had good cafes... walked back to lakeside kids enjoyed boating..
Once again you exceeded our expectations, we all hung out the window, (weird feeling as you cross the trestle bridge), a cheap and relaxing family outing, paddle boats at lakeside a must do, lunch by the lake, chi...
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St Kilda Pier St Kilda, Australia 11.9 mi away
#1 of 35 things to do in St Kilda
Marina, kite surfing, stand-up paddleboarding and fishing (BYO rods and bait), yatch club, RSL restaurant, bath house and huge garden with kids play ground and toilets and BBQ facilities.
have been going here since I was a child and still love it .There is a great cafe at the end and the food is awesome plus there is a great walk along the way with views of the ocean ,yachts and city skyline its gr...
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St Kilda Botanical Gardens St Kilda, Australia 11.0 mi away
#2 of 35 things to do in St Kilda
Plenty of green grass, trees and plants for all to enjoy Conservatory is a nice feature The children love the swings and activity play area Would love to see the gardens when the roses are in bloom ideal picnic, p...
These gardens are beautifully designed and the perfect place for relaxing with friends or family, or a place to unwind in the evening on a balmy summer night .
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Alfred Nicholas Memorial Gardens Sherbrooke, Australia 9.5 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Sherbrooke
It is best during the week, non-school holidays, when you can just enjoy the atmosphere of the garden by yourself and avoid the crowds and families.
The property has a long history of patronage though and has gone through many phases and changes of ownership, including being a hotel for about 10 years, a Children’s Hospital in the wartime early 1940s, a resear...
Yarra Trams Melbourne, Australia 12.3 mi away
#23 of 477 things to do in Melbourne
I was born of tram sounds, and I will always feel nostalgic about the sounds they make; I always love traveling on them too; best way to travel Melbourne; freindly travlors; everyone is happy on a tram; children l...
Most of my male family members worked in the tram, it's so changed from the time i started to work, conductors and drivers so helpful and curteous, clean, the only thing is it takes so long to travell, to the CBD...
AAMI Park Melbourne, Australia 11.1 mi away
#35 of 477 things to do in Melbourne
The stadium was packed but it was really well laid out with loads of toilets for the kids, drinks & food for the adults & ample exits to cope with the crowds.
... the fellow spectators were in a fairly orderly manner - I know this doesn't make the stadium a greater place however transportation can often make/break an experience especially when young children are involved.
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Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail Lilydale, Australia 11.9 mi away
#2 of 20 things to do in Lilydale
Excellent for a casual stroll, run or cycle and the kids love it on their bikes as well
Great relaxation and fun for adults and children really had a wonderfuil time there is alot to see and we had the family which was thorouhgly enjoyed by all
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Federation Square Melbourne, Australia 12.0 mi away
#48 of 477 things to do in Melbourne
Federation Square is the best to relax take photos rest meet with families and friends is tourist spot in Melbourne close to water attractions river cruise free tram zone many restaurants many hotels for locals an...
My favourite thing about this place is ACMI they always have small exhibits or art galleries most of the time they are free to the public so its always a great little adventure even for the kids.
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Bounce Inc Trampoline Park Glen Iris Glen Iris, Australia 7.5 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Glen Iris
The staff are to be highly commended for their patience and enthusiasm entertaining and teaching young children how to trampoline, and encouraging them with laughter and adventure.
My son's party was a great success, it all ran so smoothly and our Bounce host captivated all 25 kids with ease, making the whole experience fantastic.
St. Kilda Beach St Kilda, Australia 11.5 mi away
#3 of 35 things to do in St Kilda
love walking along the shopping strip, the street stalls, stayed at the hotel opposite awesome love street food, the buzz of the people, Luna Park at my sons bday there kids love it, went on the rides so much fun...
Whether we visit as a couple for a relaxing break to enjoy the autumn by the beach or go as an extended family with young grandchildren and our children ,St Kilda provides a range of options for all occasions.
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Yarra River Melbourne, Australia 12.2 mi away
#32 of 477 things to do in Melbourne
We took a cruise on the river last week whilst on holidays with 2 small children, the kids loved it and the tour guide certainly entertained everyone as well as passing on a lot of interesting facts about the Yarr...
It's a beautiful place to scroll along in evening among street performers, playing children, cyclists and looking at the river, cruises and the city beyond from one side and ppl enjoying alfresco dinning on the ot...
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Brighton Beach Brighton, Australia 11.7 mi away
#1 of 18 things to do in Brighton
Perfect for all activities, safe for children and good for swimming , paddling or just admiring the view.
There is a good reason this beach is always hustling with weddings, photography groups, tourists, and families enjoying the clean sand, water and views.
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Lysterfield Park Narre Warren, Australia 9.9 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Narre Warren
Fantastic spot, head here for a daily walk or meet friends/family here for a BBQ! Lovely walking tracks, BBQ facilities, playground for kids and you might even see some kangaroos!
this place is great for any family gatherings or for a walk along the 3Km walking track they have free BBQ areas the area has lots to see and do we have a BBQ there every December with all cousins and friends grea...
Jells Park Wheelers Hill, Australia 2.4 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Wheelers Hill
Wonderful relaxing park, expanses of grass and a large lake full of bird life, plenty of walking paths, cycling, family activities.
Multiple sets of play equipment for the kids, plenty of paths for walking, scooting and riding, a good quality takeaway and restaurant, bbq's and a large lake with lots of bird life to watch.