A fun family walk around Kyneton
Take a fun family walk around Kyneton, passing by a number of playgrounds and other opportunities for the kids to have some fun. Great at any time of year, explore the colours of the seasons!
If a Wednesday, Thursday or Friday, catch the Kyneton Town service and get off at the bowling club.
Stop here for a play on the equipment next to the Kyneton Mechanics Institute with a mix of equipment for ages up to about 10. Or take a visit to the library or a play under the trees in the forecourt
The Kyneton Town Hall hosts a shows for a variety of ages across the year, and the rails are great fun to play on. Have a look down the side of the building at the Black Saturday Memorial
An interesting display on the corner of historic Piper St.
A great open space to play with the colourful leaves of autumn. Plenty of cafes nearby to have a break at. Stairs may be difficult for people with a mobility difficulty.
An interesting church garden with an amazing mosaic paving area to explore for young kids.
It could be a little difficult to get a pram or wheelchair in this entrance. The Kyneton Botanic Gardens are a great place for children of all ages to play and explore.
The Kyneton Botanic Gardens are a great place for children of all ages to play and explore.
This area is a wonderland of colour and texture for children to explore. Follow the bluestone steps back up to High St, slippery when wet! Not a very accessible area of the gardens
A waterfall runs down the side of the bridge, if it's rainy it will flow very quickly!
Time to head home!
Why not stop by for a quick game of old school hopscotch! Fun for all ages!
View out over the Campaspe River.
The Town Hall ramp and steps are great fun for younger children to swing and play on.
The Kyneton Primary School playground offers open space for playing and a selection of equipment for climbing and other activities. Wall murals engage with local wildlife and sporting traditions.