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    Subbing....it sounds like we live in a similar area. Everyone else has added great ideas!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jez View Post
    @2BlueBirds i get the feeling we live in the same area. I can't imagine many people would have sanctuary lakes hotel on their list . Point cook homestead is nice too.Sent from my GT-I9505 using The Bub Hub mobile app
    Hi, I'm in the Moonee Valley area, I've actually never been to that hotel before, but every time someone mentions a great place for kids I add it to my list. Most of that list is a bucket/to do list. Haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    My list is on my iPhone. Long and random
    - Animal land children's farm diggers rest
    -Yarra valley choclatarie
    Traffic school
    -Inflatable world
    -Werribee wyndam leisure centre
    -Zoo
    -Swimming
    -Horse and carriage. Flinders st
    -Kick footy
    -Mums park
    -Park near show grounds
    -Phillip Island. Chocolate factory. Penguins
    -Drive to Orinda
    -McD Keilor Park drive
    - Play centre
    -Seres organic farm Brunswick
    -Climbing frame at park, behind masters.
    -Essendon fields bounce
    -Flip trampolines Altona
    -Healsvile sancturay
    -Indoor water park
    -Sanctuary lakes hotel. Play area
    -Laporchetta Altona meadows
    -Zagames
    -Little dot to dot Niddrie
    -Puffing billy
    -Bundoora park
    -Airport lookout planes
    - Collingwood Children's farm
    -Botanical gardens
    -Highpoint pools
    -Sovereign hill
    -Pyton nursery
    -Walk river
    -Library
    -Kyrle castle
    -Queenspark cafe / play
    -Aquarium
    -Bring bikes river/ boathouse
    -Eastern beach
    -Raff museum
    -Sting rays museum
    -Fairy park
    -Qv market
    -Canning st park
    -Captain cook
    -Wonderland docklands
    -Museum
    Quote Originally Posted by tastychicken View Post
    Free: a new park that you have never been and Take scooters. Bush walk, nature hike, beach, museum, science works, art gallery, botanic gardens, library, cook a new recipie and let kids do it all with directions from you, slip and slide, go and meet some elderly people at a retirement home, make kites out of newspaper and fly them, immigration museum, tour of vic police headquarters.

    Money: zoo, werribe zoo, sovereign hill, kryal castle, mini golf, luna park, play cafe, hire a gaming console, movies, swimming pool, theatre, visit a farm and pick produce / see animals, take a factory tour,

    I've put heaps of these ideas down THANKS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Dragon View Post
    A great webiste called Melbourne Playgrounds has all sorts of activities for kids in the area.
    For free stuff you could pick some places to drive to for a day trip, like Wilsons Prom, Lakes entrance, Walhalla, Marysville, Otways national park etc

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    I didn't realise CERES was free - so happy


    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    Free sunny:
    Beach
    Picnic
    Day trip to Dandenongs/Burnham Beeches
    Various free water play areas around melbourne (google them)
    Trip to the docklands
    Some children's farms are free (Ceres in Brunswick is, I think)


    Free rainy:
    NGV galleries
    Shopping centres (some have soft play areas, some do kid's activities)

    $$ those double decker bus tours are much cheaper than you'd imagine, and you can sometimes get groupon deals for them
    Anakie fairy park
    Kryal Castle (they're both out west but you included geelong so figured you don't mind traveling)
    Luna park

    Thanks for all the other ideas everyone my laptop is being difficult and quoting is getting hard but I appreciate all the comments.
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