See Melbourne from the tallest building in the city
Adventure to the summit of hanging rock, explore the many walks and trails, or relax in the surrounding picnic grounds
Hays Paddock is one of Melbourne most inclusive parks. Located in Kew, this park contains a highly accessible playground. The playground includes a double-width slide, extra wide see-saw, hammocks, spider’s web, a sandpit with sunshade and wheelchair-accessible carousel. There is Braille and sign language instructions throughout the playground and soft flooring across it all. A fence encloses the entire play space. Bright colours and different materials provide a fantastic sensory experience.
Glass art gallery – you can watch the glass blowers work on their pieces, as well as look at beautiful glassware in the gallery
Don’t just watch the movie, become part of it! IMAX provides the most immersive cinematic experience in the world.
With roads, roundabouts, intersections, traffic lights, street signs, railway crossings and mini trams, the Kew Traffic School is a great place for children up to 10 years to gain confidence and develop road safety skills. You are required to bring your own bike/scooter. Sessions are split between children 2-5 years and 6-10 years.
Swing suitable for people with disabilities to enjoy freely – buy a key for $10 and you can use it unlimited amount of times
Luna Park is an iconic amusement park located in St Kilda, Melbourne, with unique rides, delicious food and holiday events
Range of different festivals and shows throughout the year
A large range of walking trails varying in required skill and ability