St Kilda Adventure Playground, Melbourne

Categories: Playgrounds, Fun & Games, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 40 reviews on the web
Spend a day of family fun at St Kilda Adventure Playground, covering over 4 hectares (10 acres) along the seafront. This popular family attraction features a reconstruction of a shipwreck, wooden castles, huge slides, zip lines, and lots of toys and games. Opened in 1982 and funded through community fundraising, the playground provides recreational programs to disadvantaged kids living in the area. Often cited as one of the state’s finest adventure parks, the playground has gone through a number of improvements and upgrades, including the addition of a set of play equipment shaped like a submarine, as well as a small maze, designed specifically to be enjoyed by younger children. Make St Kilda Adventure Playground a part of your Melbourne vacation plans using our Melbourne itinerary maker.
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  • My 6 year old Grand Daughter enjoyed her 1-1/2 hours at the Adventure Playground last weekend. Lots of great things to climb on, and swing off or jump on!! There were a lot of families there - parents...  read more »
  • I love this playground, perhaps just as much, if not more than my 8yo. We visited during school holidays and while daughter played the inner child in me explored the area with huge delight. This is a ...  read more »
  • The trampoline is one of the most popular game here. We came at 3:30pm and my kid had to queue to "GO" and get a chance to jump on the trampoline. Other attractions are very interesting too. Do take n...  read more »
  • This place is awesome, packed a picnic and had a lovely day. Great for all aged kids
  • Fantastic cool playground
  • One of the many hidden secrets of Melbourne. Fun and safe place for kids to run around and explore. Very relaxing for parents too as there is a place to sit and enjoy the make-it-yourself coffee/tea while looking at the kids play. The concept of constructing the playground using used or recycled items is very educational for kids. The place actually looks like an expensive playground unlike the earlier post-war playgrounds in Europe where the concept originated. Free entry, most parents feed the donation box willingly without being asked, guess all with the same intention of keeping the place well for all kids to have fun.
  • Absolutely fabulous hidden gem.
  • This place is brilliant for kids up to probably 13. Such a relaxed place. Never need a paid kid centre
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