Mamma totally gets it. A fenced playground is worth its weight in gold. Whether you have multiple children under your wing or your little ones are ... what can I say ... adventurous, a park that has a gate can make an excursion to the park just that little bit more comfortable. It is also the number one question that we are asked - can you recommend a great fenced park? Well lovelies, here they are. The great fenced playgrounds we have uncovered in Melbourne's east.
This is one of those brilliant playspaces - heaps of room, some good morning shade, things for all ages and fully fenced.
If there ever is a playground that is a hidden gem - it is this one!
Markham Reserve is a wicked playspace overlooked by four cheeky kookaburras
Somewhere....hidden between Boronia and Ferntree Gully .... lies a little kingdom and it is AMAZING!
Coldstream have gone and scored themselves a BRAND NEW playspace! Halley Supple Reserve now features a brilliant updates play space with stacks of room to play, natural elements, a skate park and equipment suitable for toddlers.
A playspace with a message - the significance of the Eltham Copper Butterfly.
Boroondara Park is full of wheels, tooting and flying. The transport themed playground is a great play space with lots of corners and colours to explore.
Wombat Bend has got a wonderful reputation - Mamma can see why. It has everything!!!
If its adventure they want, ADVENTURE they get. This fantastic adventure playground in East Kew caters for everyone, of all ages and capabilities.
The ants go marching one-by-one - Harrah! Harrah! That is what you will be humming to yourself as you enter this forest-floor inspired playspace. This recently updated park, Wally Tew in Ferntree Gully is teaming with buggy goodness.
The locals of Warrandyte are always on to a good thing. Federation Playspace always has a bunch of kids running around the boards.