If you are looking for an adventure that pleases everyone - then check out these parks. They all have nearby places to eat and we have linked them all together so you can choose your park and then find the nearest eatery for a post or pre play feed. Full tummies and tuckered out kids! Count Mamma in!
Tucked away among the homes in Seddon, is this bright and colourful, with fun aplenty, little playground.
A fantastic spot for a play and some lunch.
This is one of those playgrounds, the one where you can't find a parking spot quick enough, kids start squealing and everyone races each other to the best equipment.
This park is nestled alongside the wetlands, tucked behind the Alamanda Cafe and is perfect for a quiet play after you've had a bite to eat or they have BBQ's and shelter here as well as the BIGGEST picnic table Mamma has ever seen. So why not bring a picnic and check out this hidden spot.
Parks Victoria is working to increase the accessibility of its parks for people on the autism spectrum and they are trialling this at Brimbank Park in Keilor.
Beautiful. Plain and simple there really is no other word to describe this quaint playground in a prime location. Slides, swings, sailboat, swans, sea and serenity. Walking along The Strand is the perfect way to watch the day take shape over Melbourne whilst the kids play.Beautiful.
Mamma says Stop! ... and let the dulcet tones of gentle ocean waves wash your worries away. Your kids are guaranteed to enjoy exploring this picture perfect location. A 5-star playground on all accounts.
Trust Mamma when she says head over to this little gem in Market Street. Sunny and bright with a perfectly positioned park bench for you to sit and smile as your troops enjoy the seesaw, swings and surroundings.
Harris Reserve is always busy with friendly locals so if you're in need of some Big People conversation while your Little People explore, Mamma says this is a great option.