Getting out into nature with small kids is perfect for everybody’s prosperity. With the little one lashed into the pram they can find out about nature and find large numbers of the lovely spots around Melbourne and across Victoria.
While trails and a portion of Melbourne’s parks, similar to Albert Park, may at first come into view for strolling with a pram, there are numerous other pram accommodating strolls across Melbourne and Victoria. Here is a choice of the absolute best, a few in places you may least anticipate them.
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Yarra Bend Park Wurundjeri Country, Abbotsford and Kew
Settled along the Yarra Waterway, encompassed by trees, you’ll be excused for forgetting you’re directly in the core of Melbourne. With a scope of strolling tracks, both cleared and rock, you can stroll for as lengthy or as little as you like. Appreciate sees along the stream and stop for some food or drink at Studley Park Boat house.
Karkarook Park, Bunurong Country, Moorabbin
Go for a stroll around the lake or wetlands in this 40-hectare desert spring settled in a modern region. With 600,000 native trees, bushes and grasses have been established here and beyond what 150 types of bird can be tracked down in the recreation area. Push the pram around up to 6km of strolling trails and enjoy the picnic facility, a playground overlooking the lake.
Brimbank Park, Wurundjeri Country, Keilor East
Investigate numerous kilometers of tracks and take in views along the Maribyrnong River. Spot a wallaby, partake in the all-abilities kids’ playground, or more deeply study the region along the stream banks.
Jells Park, Wurundjeri Country, Wheelers Hill
With paths connecting the playgrounds, the open lush spaces, Madeline’s Cafe and Jells Lake with its birdlife, this is ideal park for families. The cleared pram friendly strolling tracks all through the park area will make it simple to explore. In the event that you feel like a bush style walk, head off on the gravel way for a more extended stroll through the conservation around the lake.
Maroondah Reservoir Park, Healesville
Nestled at the foot of the Yarra Ranges on the outbounds of Healesville, is an ideal place to take the kids for a walk. Choose a level track or push the pram up and along the dam wall path for a view over the tree canopy.
Toorourrong Reservoir Park, Whittlesea
Somewhat of a hidden secret is this vast and welcoming park on the outskirts of Whittlesea. With wide open lawns, a paved walking track to a lookout over the reservoir and park, tracks laid around the park and extensive picnic and BBQ facilities, this is a must-visit for families and large groups.
Serendip Sanctuary, Lara
A wildlife oasis in the Western Volcanic Plains, this 250-hectare sanctuary is home to a rich and diverse array of birds and mammals. Four gentle connected nature trails allow the kids to see Emus and Eastern Grey Kangaroos and enjoy watching up to 150 species of birds including Brolgas, Yellow‐billed Spoonbills, Tawny Frogmouth and Whistling Kites.