1. Visit the Melbourne Aquarium (Cnr Flinders & Kings Sts) and watch the sharks and stingrays swim over your head.
2. Go to the Melbourne Museum (Carlton) - it’s an innovative playground of interactive fun encompassing culture, history and nature.
3. Visit the Melbourne Zoo (Parkville) - it is Australia’s oldest zoo with over 350 species of animals set in lovely botanic gardens.
4. Ride on Puffing Billy (Belgrave Train Station), the historic steam train through the stunning Dandenong Ranges.
5. Visit Healesville Sanctuary (Healesville), they have over 200 species of Australian Wildlife in their native habitat.
6. Go to Werribee Wildlife Park (Werribee) and join the Wildlife Safari Tour where you will see rhinos, giraffes, zebra and eland.
7. Explore the Botanic Gardens (South Yarra); it has a special Children’s Garden, an Ornamental Lake, Rainforest Walk and a Water Conservation Garden.
8. Get lost in Arthur’s Seat Maze (55 Purves Road, Arthur's Seat), there are three formal mazes including one especially designed for children with tree fairies and a lock ness monster.
9. Let the kids milk a cow at Collingwood Children’s Farm (Abbotsford), you will also see donkeys, horses, goats, sheep, pigs, geese and ducks.
10. Take a ride on the tram to Fitzroy, South Yarra, St Kilda, Carlton, and Richmond or around the city loop.

11. Have a picnic on the banks of the bustling Yarra River; there are lots of lovely spots near the Botanic Gardens.
12. Visit Queen Victoria Market (cnr Elizabeth & Victoria Sts) on a Sunday, it has an outdoor cafe, children’s rides and activities.
13. Hire a boat from the Studley Park Boathouse (Kew), paddle around and listen out for the bellbirds.
14. Ride the 100-year-old Roller coaster and the historic carousel at Luna Park (St. Kilda), you will also discover lots of other thrilling rides.
15. Take a river cruise up or down the Yarra River, a very relaxing way to see this diverse city.
16. Go to the Observation Deck on the Eureka Tower, Melbourne’s tallest building with stunning panoramic views of the city and surrounding suburbs of Melbourne
17. Kick a virtual goal at the National Sports Museum (CBD); you can also be part of the commentary team or take part in various other activities; great interactive fun!
18. Watch the penguins as they return from their daily fishing expeditions at the Penguin Parade on Phillip Island.
19. Visit Scienceworks (Spotswood), a totally interactive and fun experience that brings science to life.
20. Have some fun at the St Kilda Adventure Playground on the climbing structures, ponds, trampolines, flying foxes and cubby houses.

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- Kids love the Aquarium! 

- Giraffes at Melbourne Zoo

- Catch the City Circle tram for a free trip around Melbourne

- Excite the kids with a rollercoaster ride at Luna Park!