Fun Places To Go In Melbourne During School Holidays

Fun Places To Go In Melbourne During School Holidays

An Expanding list of Fun Places To Go In Melbourne During School Holidays. This lost includes some paid and free activities in Melbourne which are suited to the school holiday period. A lot of these places are open all year round, but offer extra events and perks while the kids are off school.

Take advantage of discount sites like Scoopon. before you buy tickets as some offers like the Melbourne Wheel have up to 60% off regular ticket sales.

Kid’s Workshops & Programs

Lego Workshops – Throughout Melbourne, several Lego Workshops are held by Bricks 4 Kidz. You can find out more HERE.

 WeTeachMe Kid’s Workshops – WeTeach hosts a number of paid and free workshops for kids. HERE.

Fly Factory – Trapeze & Aerial Workshops, Available for youth ages 10+. HERE.

Class Clowns Workshop – Learn to be a comedian! This activity offers an introduction to comedy with the support of a professional comedian. Ages 13+ HERE

Hoop Smart Camp – Kew – April 6-7 Two days of games, skills, competitions, and prizes! Every camper receives an NBA style basketball and top-quality coaching in a safe, positive environment. HERE

Chocolate Making School Holiday Program – Hosted By Polka Dot Entertainment HERE

Code Camp – Teaches kids to code & build their own iPhone Apps. Info HERE. Australian Mum Review HERE.

Melbourne Libraries – Coding Clubs, Art & Play, Lego Squad and More, Details HERE

Shopping Centre Activities

Box Hill Central has a newly built interactive playground within the shopping centre with loads of features. More details HERE.

Foost – Foost attends shopping centres & events with their Pedal Smoothie Bikes & Cooking Classes. HERE


Melbourne Attractions

LEGOLAND Discovery Centre – Rides, 10 LEGO build & play zones,  4D cinema & more. More Info

The Melbourne Wheel – Currently Has 38% Off when Booked through Scoopon.

Melbourne Museum – Kids are FREE! Events for the family, More Info.

Werribee Open Range Zoo – Getting up close with animals, school holiday events More Info

The National Sports Museum –   In addition to interactive zones, iconic sporting artefacts and 3D holograms, from Monday 3 to Friday 7 April the museum will play host to a range of special activities, including visits from AFL champs, a sports trail and cartoon drawing sessions with a pro. More Info.

Eureka Skydeck – Eureka Skydeck is the world’s highest moving glass structure of it’s kind. More Info.

Luna Park – Visit the iconic giant mouth at Luna Park,  enjoy the rides and carnival views. More Info

Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium – Over 10,000 Animals, displays & interactive encounters. More Info.

Melbourne Zoo – Open 9am-5pm every day. Over 2,000 creatures to see. More Info

Collingwood Children’s Farm – Not-for-profit, inner city farm with real farm animals.

Funfields – This water park has 22 Waterslides, entertainment such as Mini Putt Putt & rides.

Fairy Park – Mystical creatures, a carousel ride, giant slide and much more.

Puffing Billy Steam Train – Travel the Dandenong ranges on a century-old steam train. More Info

Visit Phillip Island – Philip Island is well known for its Penguin population. More Info



This list will be updated throughout the next few days with more activities in the second week of the holidays.


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