Create special family memories in our playgrounds

Playgrounds in the Macedon Ranges

Many of our villages offer beautiful playgrounds for families to enjoy in the Macedon Ranges.

Kyneton Community Park

The beautiful Kyneton Community Park play space includes activities and picnic areas ideal for a family day out.

In addition to outdoor seating and plenty of landscaped lawn areas to picnic, there is an undercover BBQ and accessible toilet facilities. Follow up your visit with a stroll along the tranquil Campaspe River Walk.

Location: Enter via Kyneton Botanic Gardens on Mollison Street

Kyneton Community Park

Woodend Children’s Park

The Woodend Children’s Park incorporates a large array of diverse and challenging play equipment. Play experiences cater for children of all ages with the toddler and junior play area being fully fenced.

The playground is set in a large open space setting with a scattering of native trees providing shaded areas to sit and play. BBQ shelters are located throughout the park. Make sure to swing by Woodend Ice Cream Co afterward!

Location: 12 Nicholson Street, Woodend

woodend childrens park

Romsey Eco Therapy Park

Romsey Eco Therapy Park is a unique experience consisting of play equipment, art installations, sensory gardens and picnic areas.

Bring the kids to enjoy an Active Nature Space aimed at younger children, plus a huge climbing forest for older children and adults.

Discover the park’s Sensory Therapeutic Space (featuring sensory gardens, permanent art installations including kinetic and sound sculpture elements, ephemeral billabong, sand play and a water feature). This unique park inclusion offers a valuable nature-based resource for the elderly, those recovering from illness, or merely wanting respite from daily life.

There’s also an Arts Culture Space featuring an outdoor event space and picnic facilities.

The Sensory Therapeutic Space and Arts Culture Space are nearing completion July/August 2022.

Located: 140 Main Street, Romsey

Gisborne Adventure Playground

Located along the Jacksons Creek Reserve, Gisborne Adventure Playground incorporates a large diversity of play equipment. Catering for children of all ages, the play areas are fully fenced and accessible, and includes a wheelchair swing. There is also a barbecue area and rotunda.

Location: 16 Brantome Street, Gisborne

Other playgrounds can be found at Malmsbury Botanic Gardens, Riddells Creek Lions Park and Lancefield Park, which also boasts a fantastic skatepark.

Lancefield Skatepark

Lancefield skatepark

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