parks and playgrounds in melbourne's north
The North boasts some beautiful parks spanning right across our suburbs. Each is unique and best of all, packed with free fun for the whole family. Mamma's parks and playgrounds picks have all the inspiration you need to get you out of the house and include a handy map, making it easier to uncover something new for you and the crew to enjoy.
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Looking for an awesome playground that has something for ALL the family. Best to give this one a whirl!
This playspace takes Mamma back to when she was a little girl.
You can't go past a park when it's right across one of Mamma's favourite family friendly eateries.
Craigieburn Road East Playspace is the sister playground to the new and very popular Craigieburn Road East Adventure Park.
Just take a look at this amazing playground in Wollert!
Tucked away among the homes in St Helena, is this bright and colourful, with fun aplenty, little playground.
This gorgeous park is seriously fit for...well a Queen!
Barkly Gardens is one of those great community parks that's perfect for the whole family.
De Chene Parade play space is the sister play space to the very popular Coburg Lake Reserve Playground .This play space is super cute and is filled with so many little pockets of excitement.
The Alistair Knox Reserve in Eltham is a hub for community life.
This place is fantastic! The playspace features 25 solar panels, energy generating 7.6kw of power on peak days, much of which will go into the club house. There are slides, cubbies, a veggie patch and playspace for ball games.
Wow! Wow! Wow! If it's fun, exciting and all about adventure you are looking for, then this place is for you. Coburg Lake Reserve is perfect for the WHOLE family.
The playspace includes lots of fun for the kids with the main attraction being a large rope bridge and a cool wooden cubby structure
Shh, Mamma has a secret and it's pretty special. Using only recycled materials from the old depot site, Moreland City Council has created this unique place for locals to meet, play and have fun in a sustainable community space.
Aspect's park has everything you could ever want in a community park and more. The brand new playspace has opened and it is fabulous
This park takes Mamma right back to when she was a little girl - such excitement. Not only does it resemble a tree house, it's a climbers heaven.
With green open space, gorgeous mature trees, a variety of places to play - This park ticks all of Mamma's playground fun boxes!
Edwardes Lake Park has been a part of Reservoir for as long as this Mamma can remember.
The All Abilities Playspace right next door to Bundoora Park Farm is of course, a farm themed adventure!
Kingsford Smith has a NEW play space offering nature play and play equipment catering for a broad range of ages and abilities too!
This place has EVERYTHING! and it's FREE!
A playspace with a message - the significance of the Eltham Copper Butterfly.
This is a fantastic playground with the blend of playground and nature is excellent with ropes, wood and rocks being a refreshing change to the usual run of the mill play equipment.
This is one of those brilliant playspaces - heaps of room, some good morning shade, things for all ages and fully fenced.
There is something about this adventure style park and playground, we ALWAYS stay longer than intended as it is just so intricate and unique!
Coronet Park is a very sweet little suburban park nestled between the lovely Stables Community Cafe and neighbouring homes.