Discover the numerous and kid-friendly attractions and activities withing Melbourne city and surrounds.
1. Phillip Island Nature Parks 4 Parks Pass
- Penguin parade
- Koala Conservation Centre
- Churchill Island Heritage Farm
- Antarctic Journey at the Nobbies Centre
Just 90 minutes from Melbourne, Phillip Island Nature Parks is a unique educational experience for all ages, allowing you to get up close to local wildlife and learn all about the region including its heritage and furry residents. Experience some of Phillip Island's best attractions with this '4 Park Pass', providing you with entry to popular sites including the Penguin Parade, Koala Conservation Centre, Churchill Island Heritage Farm, and the Antarctic Journey. Stroll through an eucalypt woodland and come 'face to face' with koalas in their natural habitat. Step back in time and learn about the old ways of the region with farm activities including sheep shearing. See large groups of little penguins as they make their way from the water to the beach to rest for the evening. And go on a virtual journey to the world's most extreme continent – Antarctica. A hands-on interactive experience, you'll feel the freeze in the Antarctic Chill Zone, compare your thermal image with an Emperor penguin, and find yourself surrounded by creatures of the deep.
- Miniature cities and landmarks built in LEGO
- Two LEGO rides
- 4D cinema
- 10 LEGO build and play areas
Fast becoming one of Melbourne’s most popular family attractions, kids, both big and small, will love exploring a world of colour and creativity at LEGOLAND Melbourne – the first of its kind on Australia. Learn how the bricks are made during the LEGO Factory Tour, marvel at the miniature LEGO cities where local and global landmarks are recreated with nearly 1.5m of LEGO bricks in MINILANDS, immerse yourself in a 4D cinema experience, have a go on the LEGO-themed rides, and unleash your inner architect in any of the 10 LEGO build and play areas.