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Sunday, 1 May 2016

Weekend Scoop...So where will the weekend take you?

HELLO WEEKEND!

The one nagging question that plagues all parents, no matter how many times you think you've answered it: What in the world should we do today?

We're bringing you the latest scoop on what's hot (literally!) in the world of parenting in Melbourne and beyond.

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Melbourne Indoor hangouts

With the cold, wintery days upon us, we're not taking any chances of getting caught out in the rain so we've got some top indoor spots to survive the Autumn/Winter and sail on through.

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Toddler Friendly Melbourne Activities & Events Guide

In need of a new activity for your baby or toddler before you both start climbing the walls?

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Having a toddler ourselves these are some of our favourite hangouts when the park just won't do it anymore!

Some of them are free, some of them are reasonably priced but none of them should break the bank.

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Melbourne Kid-friendly Cafes with a play area

Need a safe haven for your little ones and one that involves food and coffee? Of course you do!

We've scoured Melbourne and found some kid-friendly gems.

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Kid-friendly cafes

Jerry's Milkbar, Elwood

jerrys milkbar elwood milkshakeSkip indoors of this cafe and head out back to the courtyard. There's a little play area with toys and a plastic house.

Food is homely, milkshakes are more-ish and the coffee and baked goods are spot on.

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Kid Factory Play Centre, Dingley Village

kid factory dingley villageIf you're not a local, this play centre is worth the trek if you've got little ones (it suits younger children more-so than older kids).

There's a few different zones to play in from a fenced baby/toddler area, bouncy castle, sports area to kick a footy and play basketball, jungle gym and the real crowd pleaser - the trampolines with basketball hoops (even the adults can kick off their heels or boots and have a bounce here).

Playgrounds

Caulfield Park, Caulfield North

caulfield-park-caulfield-northBeautiful sums up Caulfield Park. It's a well maintained, pretty and very peaceful park and perfect in any season.

Set in the middle of Caulfield, this park is a beautiful spot and caters for all interests. There is a walking track around the outside of the park which is used extensively.

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