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Top Family Beachside Walks in Melbourne

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by Nicole Green (subscribe)
I'm a busy mum of two and a blogger at www.plantbasedmum.com. Visit plantbasedmum.com for recommendations on the best healthy kid friendly cafe's and family adventures across Melbourne and the wider state of Victoria.
Published February 1st 2018


Summer in Melbourne calls for seaside walks and sand-filled play. Here are some of our favourite beach-side adventures to embark on with your family, while summer is still on Melbourne's doorstep.

St Kilda
Not many can resist the fun of Luna Park in St Kilda. If your little ones are just that bit too little, then there is a fantastic park to be found at Neptune Street. Sister of Soul is the place to visit for a yummy juice or smoothie to sip on as you stroll along the pier with your little ones.

Hampton
The beach-side suburb of Hampton provides lots of entertainment for families, with its parks and swimming beaches. Thomas Street South Reserve has a great wooden playground for the little ones to explore. With plenty of outdoor seating, Cornerstone and Co. Cafe makes a good spot to stop for lunch.

Elwood
There is a beautiful walk in store for you along the Ormond Esplanade. Be sure to bring your hats, apply that sunscreen and pop on the sunglasses as it gets quite hot and glary. For lunch, Little Sunflower Cafe is not far up Glen Huntley/Ormond Road. They serve the best buddha bowls in town and there is seating out the front for parents with prams.

Chelsea
Chelsea beach is a nice spot to spend an afternoon. The Bicentennial playground is the perfect place for your little ones to run wild and Soul Press in nearby Edithvale will cure your smoothie craving.

Frankston Foreshore
Frankston Beach is a pleasant spot to spend the afternoon. Nature Cafe makes a good choice for lunch with plenty of vegetarian and vegan options on the menu. Frankston Foreshore playground is lots of fun for the little ones, or there is the bright and bold Bellam Park further inland on Cranbourne Road.

Mornington Pier
A nice walk around Mornington Pier is always lots of fun. There is a fantastic playground and reserve for the little ones to run around at Mornington Park. Soul Press is the place to go when hunger strikes with their nourishing açaí bowls and delicious smoothies, or you can try Thanks Albert with a yummy selection of vegetarian burgers to choose from. If you need to do some shopping while you are out and about, Natural Balance along the main street has a big range of organic goodies.

Enjoy your summer!
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Beachside walks are always great. My husband an I are lucky enough to live on the Bass Coast. Plenty of wonderful beaches down here.
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