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Where's the best playground in Melbourne?

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As a child my favourite playground was one that we stopped at on our way to visit family interstate. To this day, if I'm driving that way I look for the roundabout swing as I go past.

What is your (or your kids) favourite playground? Does it have better rides, a bbq, nice toilets? Or is it that it's close to home and safe?

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Flagstaff Gardens has a decent play area for kids. With slides, swings and other play things its a great place for smaller kids. In addition the garden can be a good place to play soft ball, frisbee or just run about.
Frankston has a number of great spots for kids to play.

There's also a playground up near Seaford that is World Award Winning. Can't remember the name, but that's pretty special!
Free = Birrarung Maur.
Paid = Monkey Mania at Docklands.
I have written a review of Tim Neville Arboretum. Please check it out here.
http://www.weekendnotes.com/tim-neville-arboretum/
Chelsea Bicentennial Park is probably one of the best, although I prefer smaller playgrounds myself. There is a beautiful playground hidden away in Braeside Park that is great for picnics
Braeside Park - http://www.weekendnotes.com/braeside-park-playground/
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