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Blog 3: Fun Physical Things to do in Victoria with Kids under 5

Sometimes it can be fun to load the family into the car on the weekend and explore a bit further than usual! Below are some fun places to visit with the kids. We’re pretty lucky here in Victoria – we’re spoilt for choice!

Supatramp – Supatramp is Geelong’s largest indoor entertainment complex,

featuring over 90 connected trampolines, unique climbing walls, dodgeball courts, an air mat, supa slam area and a four-storey toddler playground. Supatramp is perfect if you have kids of various ages – the older kids can explore the general area, while the littlies can explore the toddler playground!

A Maze’N Things –  A Maze’N Things is a magical world of illusions, puzzles, mazes, magic and mini golf that provides hours of fun for the whole family. Did we mention that children under 3 are free?!

Clip ‘n Climb – Challenge the whole family in a fun way with colourful climbing challenges at Clip ‘n Climb. Clip ‘n Climb have a number of locations located across Victoria including; Geelong, Coburg, Williamstown, Moorabbin, Traralgon, Berwick, Richmond and Phillip Island. Children must be at least 2 years of age to use the facilities.

WaterMarc – Located in Greensborough, WaterMarc is the largest indoor aquatic and leisure facility in Northern Victoria. It features two giant water slides – perfect for the water babies in your life! Other features include a learn to swim pool, a leisure and toddler pool, a huge water play space and an aquatic adventure playground with activity features.
Children’s Gallery – The Pauline Gandel Children’s Gallery at Melbourne Museum is an exhibition designed specifically for babies to 5-year-olds to explore, learn and play. The exhibition combines hands-on exploration, discovery and play-based learning. The little dancers in your life can have a boogie at the Camouflage Disco, while budding palaeontologists can have a dig at the Dinosaur Dig. Other features include a net climbing structure and Indigenous storytelling.


We hope this list inspires you and the family to explore some of the amazing places Victoria has to offer families.

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