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The BEST Playground Slides in Melbourne



There are some great playground slides in Melbourne which are sure to get the kid's adrenaline racing. Here are some of our favourites which should keep any adrenaline junkie satisfied:-)

Our choice of top slides is:

Bayview Park, Alamanda Boulevard, Point Cook (Burnt down in 2014. RIP.)
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Bayview Park, Alamanda Boulevard, Point Cook


Mandrel Drive, Williams Landing
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Mandrel Drive, Williams Landing






Bicentennial Park, Scotch Parade, Chelsea
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Bicentennial Park, Scotch Parade, Chelsea


Coburg Lake Reserve, Murray Road, Coburg
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Coburg Lake Reserve, Murray Road, Coburg







Central Gardens, Henry Street, Hawthorn
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Central Gardens, Henry Street, Hawthorn


Caulfield Park, Park Crescent, Caulfield North
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Caulfield Park, Park Crescent, Caulfield North


Quarries Park, Clifton Hill
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Quarries Park, Clifton Hill

St Kilda Adventure Playground, St Kilda
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St Kilda Adventure Playground, St Kilda







Surrey Park, Standard Avenue, Box Hill
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Surrey Park, Standard Avenue, Box Hill


Ruffey Lake Park, Victoria Street, Doncaster East
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Ruffey Lake Park, Victoria Street, Doncaster East






Casey Fields, Berwick-Cranbourne Rd, Cranbourne East
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Casey Fields, Berwick-Cranbourne Rd, Cranbourne East


Hogans Road, Hoppers Crossing
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Hogans Road, Hoppers Crossing






Fairy Park, Anakie (Fantastic Medieval playground with a long metal slide and a tunnel slide. Paid admission required to access the playground)
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Fairy Park, Anakie

Fairy Park, Anakie






Some other slides worth seeking out are:

F.A. Andrews Reserve, Yarra Bend Park, Yarra Blvd, Kew
F.A. Andrews Reserve, Abbotsford (Two very high wave slides)
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Braeside Park, Braeside (Big tunnel slide)
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Norris Bank Reserve, Bundoora (Tunnel slide)
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Bakers Road, Dandenong North (Very high spiral slide)
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Gartside Reserve, Dingley Village (Very high aluminium wave slide)
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Eltham North Reserve, Wattletree Rd, Eltham (Tunnel wave slide)
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Montgomery Reserve, Tennyson St, Essendon
Montgomery Reserve, Tennyson St, Essendon (Extremely long straight metal slide down the side of a hill)
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Harleston Park, Elsternwick (Very long metal slide down the side of a hill)
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Frankston Regional Foreshore Playground, Frankston
Frankston Regional Foreshore Playground, Frankston (Big tunnel slide)
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Wilson Reserve, Ivanhoe (Long curved metal slide)
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Victoria Park, Adeney Ave, Kew (Very log straight slide)
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Foley Park, Foley Street, Kew (High, fast tunnel slide)
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Navan Park, Centenary Avenue, Melton
Navan Park, Centenary Avenue, Melton (Tower with big twisting metal slides)
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Central Park, Point Cook (Tunnel slide)
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Starlight Reserve, Rowville (Very high wave slide)
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Buckingham Reserve, Buckingham Crescent, Sunshine West
Buckingham Reserve, Buckingham Crescent, Sunshine West (Tower with big twisting metal slide)
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Templeton Reserve, Wantirna (Steep and high wave slide)
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Roselyn Crescent, Wantirna South (Extremely long slide but a slow descent)
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If you are venturing outside Melbourne check out these monsters:
Howitt Park, Princes Highway, Bairnsdale
Howitt Park, Princes Highway, Bairnsdale (Wormtastic slide down the side of the hill)
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Giant Yambuk Slide, Yambuk (33m long slide at Yambuk beach)


Neerim East Road, Neerim South
Neerim East Road, Neerim South (Three high towers with exciting tunnel and twisting spiral slides)
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SPC Ardmona KidsTown Adventure Playground, Shepparton (Hill with a very long wave slide and a giant straight slide)
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If you are venturing even further afield overseas, then keep an eye open for some of these Most Unusual Playgrounds of the World on your travels including the concrete Seward Street Slides down a San Francisco hill (need we say any more) or a 26m long Dragon tongue slide in France.




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