The Ian Potter Foundation Children's Garden

  8 ratings
Added over 15 years ago


Wheelchair 15 All abilities Fence 15 Fully fenced
Toddler Toddler friendly Toilet 15 Toilets
Seats Seats Shelter 15 Sun shade

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6 Reviews

Warwick Taylor
written over 1 year ago

Adding a review because 4 rating is indeed. This park is great.

written about 7 years ago

Very busy, but good vibe all round.
My toddler enjoyed eating gumnuts and crawling around in the dirt. Older children might not be so entertained.
Water features great on a hot day, but less appealing in cooler weather!

written about 8 years ago

This park is just magical.

Be sure to bring a change of clothes and be aware that it is not open everyday.

written over 9 years ago

This park is great for all ages.

written over 9 years ago

"A huge and safe place for kids of all ages"

Sue Betheras
written over 15 years ago

A magical garden where children can play and explore, paddle, hide, dig, climb and generally have a wonderful time. Lots of special features including a wetland, rainforest, bamboo forest, rocky gorge, ruin garden with an ancient redgum, plant tunnels and a winding "river" meandering around grassy mounds. There is also a kitchen garden planted with seasonal crops. The garden covers half a hectare at the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne. Great fun for everyone.

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Birdwood Avenue, Melbourne VIC
Entrance is nearby the information centre at the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne.

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