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City Circle Tram Melbourne 0.2 mi away
#1 of 474 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 !!
Worth taking it and jumping off at the main attractions (Aquarium, Docklands, Queen Victoria Market, Chinatown, ...) Excellent as well if you have small children(s)
Diamond Valley Railway Eltham 11.2 mi away
#1 of 20 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.
Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria Melbourne 1.4 mi away
#8 of 474 things to do in Melbourne
Stunning, well kept, grounds, plenty of picnic space for the largest of families, beautiful lakes and, when we deviated off the circular path, we found a stunning little waterfall hidden in amongst the trees.
Vast expanse of land, exotic plants from all over the world, the native plants, manicured lawns where one can have a snooze during the lunch time or picnic with the family and friends, oasis of tranquility and pea...
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#1 of 3 things to do in Pearcedale
This little sanctuary is a great place to take the kids to see a variety of birds and animals,to be able to get close to kangaroos and wallaby sand feed them .
Moonlit is a great place for adults and children to meet Australian animals close up, feed the kangaroos and wallabies.
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Halls Gap Zoo Halls Gap
#3 of 40 things to do in Halls Gap
A wonderful Zoo with plenty of wildlife to keep the Adults engaged & plenty of interactive sessions for the Kids to get "Upclose & personal with the Animal's.
Visited with friends and our preschool aged children We were all pleasantly surprised by the excellent set up at the halls gap zoo Children loved spotting the animals as we walked around, and feeding the Wallabies...
Boroka Lookout Halls Gap
#2 of 40 things to do in Halls Gap
Beautiful views from both vantage points Easy access as the car park was only a very short walk from the look out itself Easy access for those with young children or those with mobility issues
The Grampians is a wonderful natural attraction for families, photographers and people that just want to get out and experience the Australian bushland in it's finest glory.
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Wilson Botanic Park Berwick 24.9 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Berwick
The park is so well kept great for picnics great for kids as there is a playground great if you want a challenging walk great if you want an easy walk.
Lovely lakes, bird hide, playgrounds for the kids, scenic walks through the park, big tall lookout well worth the climb to see the views.
Eastern Beach Reserve Geelong 39.7 mi away
#1 of 77 things to do in Geelong
... Bungay trampoline and the quirky art works the sea baths are awesome the beach itself is a delight friendly people and the summer night display of lights and Christmas tree was spectacular very family oriented
Awesome place to visit - bbq areas plenty of space for kids to play and relax - safe children’s pool to swim in - kiosk to sit and eat - plenty of toilets - entertainment and train rides etc A fabulous day out - e...
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ArtVo Melbourne 1.6 mi away
#12 of 474 things to do in Melbourne
Amazing artwork great place for some unusual photos Best time to go, after 4 pm as its really busy during the day Pre purchase on line, discount available via racv Allow 2 hours for the lot Great for kids all ages...
Amazing experience kids loved every minute , highly recommended for kids of all ages , you can now download an Artvo app and watch the wall come alive while you video your experience
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Reed Lookout Halls Gap
#4 of 40 things to do in Halls Gap
Man-made path and steps, but make sure you look after your kids, while on the path as well when crossing the rocks.
Great fro the whole family, loved it.
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Lilydale Lake Lilydale 21.7 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.
It's great for all ages whether you've got kids who love to play in the playground family and friends wanting to catch up and have a BBQ kids who love riding their bikes or if you just want to go for a run or walk...
Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria Cranbourne 27.0 mi away
#1 of 30 things to do in Cranbourne
An ideal spot for kids to explore and work off some energy or a spot where you can just have a peaceful walk around the grounds admiring the different views.
Beautiful plants, great garden ideas for growing natives in your own garden, play area for children, lots of information and all of it free.
Myuna Farm Melbourne 18.6 mi away
#32 of 474 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.
Healesville Sanctuary Healesville 32.3 mi away
#2 of 30 things to do in Healesville
Set on an amazingly beautiful property, it truly is a magical experience for adults and children alike to steoll along the paths and see the wondrous Australian fauna on display.
Seeing these endangered birds swoop down for a little nectar, and have the kids engaged in an age-appropriate talk with a passionate keeper about wildlife conservation was the highlight of the day and, for me at l...
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William Ricketts Sanctuary Mount Dandenong 21.4 mi away
#1 of 2 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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Fitzroy Gardens Melbourne 0.9 mi away
#19 of 474 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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Venus Baths Loop Halls Gap
#5 of 40 things to do in Halls Gap
Once you get to the baths, you can experience quite a serene opportunity, sitting on the smooth rocks and taking in the surrounds or cooling off in the many varied rockpools - great for a hot day and families - br...
A great little walk from in Halls Gap, family friendly walking track with heaps of rocks and scenery to see.
#5 of 192 things to do in Grampians
Some family even pushes their trams with kids or carry on them shoulders in this favourite spot on the Grampians.
Great for families with young children.
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McKenzies Falls Hamilton
#1 of 15 things to do in Hamilton
Fantastic place to visit, family friendly great scenery, wonderful wildflowers.
the Mackenzie falls lookout walk is fine for those with small children as it is flat and an easy walk, but it will take at least an hour return.
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Melbourne Zoo Melbourne 2.3 mi away
#42 of 474 things to do in Melbourne
So much to see So much to do Plenty of beautiful exhibits Animals easy to see for all ages Friendly staff Great places to have a snack, picnic or family/friends catch up Loved the butterfly's Have been plenty of t...
Plenty of activities to entertain the whole family, including animal feedings at different times, so you can see plenty of how the animals interact including the Seals, Elephants, Orangutans & make sure you see th...
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Werribee Open Range Zoo Werribee 17.5 mi away
#3 of 33 things to do in Werribee
Great day out with the family and is quite interactive You can visit the animals on the walking section or hop on the bus and go on an open range tour You can get up close to the animals and the kids love it Great...
Had an excellant time today with the family, (5 x children, age range from 15yrs to 7yrs), the weather was a little chilly but sunny, overall a great day weather wise.
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Melbourne Museum Melbourne 1.0 mi away
#36 of 474 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.
In the middle of Carlton Gardens, there's natural history, Melbournian and Victorian history, aboriginal history; excellent overviews and very high quality displays; great for kids; a nice cafe for lunch/coffee/sn...
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Sun Theatre Yarraville Yarraville 4.2 mi away
#1 of 18 things to do in Yarraville
Set in a quaint village atmosphere The Sun has a family friendly street park directly outside and is surrounded by cafes, bookshops and restaurants.
Well this one time cinema has now been converted into about 10 cinemas with various capacities Great venue as well as hosting children’s parties this is a must instead of going to the mega theatres.
McClelland Gallery & Sculpture Park Langwarrin 25.5 mi away
#1 of 11 things to do in Langwarrin
Sculptures for the kids and adults, along with a great cafe with excellent food, and a nice gift shop with gifts made by local artists etc., Would definitely go again.
We then enjoyed coffee,tea and 2 enormous scones in the restaurant served by a very pleasant and efficient young man.After perusing the gallery we enjoyed a stroll around the grounds along with many children, pare...
#27 of 474 things to do in Melbourne
A lot of the exhibits are highly interactive and very informative - making it fun for everyone, including kids and adults (definitely a great family activity).
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.
Puffing Billy Railway Belgrave 22.2 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..
Take it to gembrook, its a great relaxing day, my 2 year old loved it, such a cool historical trip, great for families and solo
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Abbotsford Convent Abbotsford 2.3 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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Trees Adventure - Glen Harrow Park Belgrave 22.3 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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Albert Park Albert Park 26.1 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Albert Park
Beautiful surrounds and great place for family picnics and outings.
Great place to visit for everyone from the sports and fitness fanatics to families with young children.
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Southbank Melbourne 0.3 mi away
#34 of 474 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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