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Bundoora Park, Bundoora

(3.9/5 based on 60 reviews on the web)
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  • Four generations family picnic, all enjoyed the interaction with the animals, especially the 2 year old. Volunteers were on hand with help and information (thank you Sam). Lovely peaceful surroundings...  more »
  • Great space for families. Plenty for kids to see and do. Lots of animals and the veggie garden in great.  more »
  • a lot of animals to interact with!! There were emus, chickens, guinea pigs, rabbits, cows goats, sheep, pigs and alpacas. All animals seemed relatively happy in their enclosures/paddocks. As well as s...  more »
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  • Our favourite place for a Sunday walk and a run for the dog. Huge expanse of walking tracks, small lakes and BBQ areas. The hike up to the top of Mt Cooper is worth it for the views.
  • Perfect place for dayout, especially with kids. Huge elegant landspac with several kids play area around will surely give kids and paraents a opportunity to rejoice and rejuvenate. By spending a bit you can offer exposer of farm animals to your kids. Shows on ginne pigs, rabbits and other farm animals would be great hands on experience for you and your kid. Short tour is also there to watch kangaroos and emmu...
  • One of the nicest authetic bush feeling parks around. So much open space and heaps of parking and BBQs
  • Feeding the little lambs at Bundoora Park is an experience not to be missed. As you stand there with a recycled coke bottle (filled with milk) with a young lamb guzzling it down you are suddenly connected to farm living, which is amazing considering how urban Melbourne's Northern Suburbs have become. It's moments like this that show how important places like Bundoora Park are and how they serve a purpose to the community: in allowing people to connect with farm animals in an urban setting.
  • Great place for the kids. Animal Farm is excellent, great day out