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by Sophia Sherwin (subscribe)
I'm a mum and marketing communications professional living in Melbourne.
Published October 11th 2019
One of Eastern Melbourne's best playgrounds
Halliday Park
The amazing play space at Halliday Park, one of the best in Melbourne's east

In 2014, the Whitehorse City Council opened an amazing new play space in Halliday Park. Located in Mitcham, Halliday Park boasts beautiful open grassed areas, shady trees perfect to picnic under, gravel paths next to manicured garden beds, a touching war memorial, barbeques, picnic tables, public toilets, and of course, an incredible play space for children.

Halliday Park
Family-friendly facilities

The play space is divided into two parts - a traditional area for toddlers and younger children, and an adventure area for older children. The traditional area includes a play structure with a tunnel, slide and bridge. There is also a see-saw and several large swings.

Halliday Park
The gazebo

The adventure play space includes exciting equipment such as a flying fox, bird's nest swing and climbing net. There are also interactive play areas such as musical chimes to step on and water pumps to play with.

Halliday Park
The park boasts many pretty scenic areas

The park is busy even on weekdays, however, it's well worth a visit, especially for young families who will enjoy the play space immensely.
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Why? One of the City of Whitehorse's best playgrounds
When: Open all year round
Where: 308-332 Mitcham Road, Mitcham, Vic, 3132
Cost: Free
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