Mill Park Play, Learn & See

50 Redleap Avenue, Mill Park VIC 3082, Australia

Mill Park Play, Learn & See

50 Redleap Avenue, Mill Park VIC 3082, Australia
Staff Pick
1 h 36 m
6.46 km
Easy

Summary

The time and distances between Primary Schools, playgrounds, Community Services and some of the best parks in Mill Park there really just a good walking away.

Mill Park Play, Learn & See

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Description

This walk is not meant to be done all in one go. The walk does show that there are some really good connections between the places you need and the places you want to go to.
The places that this route takes are numerous and will make you think "How much do I actually need my car?"
To name a few: Redleap Reserve, St Francis of Assisi, Findon Primary School, Roycroft Kindergarten, Findon Recreation Reserve, Mimosa Park, Mill Park Primary School, Mill Park Community Centre, Aquastyle Swim School, Mill Park Preschool, and Dr Harry Jenkins Reserve.

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Points of Interest

1. Redleap Reserve Northern Playground

An adventure climbing playground close to the lake and picnic facilities

2. Public Art Pieces

You admire the public art, like 'Brolgas and Eggs' by artist Kevin Free

3. Redleap Reserve Nothern Picnic Structure

Facilities include seating, electric barbeques and cover structure

4. Peter Hopper Lake

Peter Hopper Lake supports plenty of bird and animal life

5. Hungry Ducks and Water Birds

Bring along some food for the birds if you enjoy getting surrounded by hundreds of hungry mouths

6. The Stables Shopping Centre

This shopping centre has just about everything.

7. St Francis of Assisi Primary School

There are plenty of quality primary schools in the local area

8. Findon Primary School

There are plenty of quality primary schools in the local area

9. Roycroft Kindergarten

Support your local childcare services by strengthening the concept of community

10. Roycroft Reserve

Behind the the playground, you will find two football fields and connections to a greater network of walking paths

11. Mimosa Park

A fantastic setup for a park. Barbeques, full-size basketball court, plenty of open space, playground and plenty of paths for the kids on scooter to roar around on

12. Mimosa Park

Have a shoot around or challenge others to a game

13. Mill Park Primary School

Mill Park Primary School supports walking and safe routes around schools

14. Safe Routes to School

These recommended crossing points not only educate kids about road safety but show drivers that there could be children crossing also

15. Mill Park Community Centre

This centre is used by senior groups, special interest groups and activity groups. Facilities include 5 rooms, kitchen and outdoor area.

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16. Mill Park Preschool

Another service in such close proximity to other community services

17. Aquastyle Swim School

Learning to swim is a life-saving skill

18. Norparrin Centre, Dr Harry Jenkins Reserve and the Mill Park Tennis Club

The recreational opportunities are quite endless in the Mill Park area. Norparrin is an Early Childhood Intervention Centre, providing services to children with developmental delay or disabilities.

Features

Park(s)/Garden(s) Park(s)/Garden(s)
General General
Public Transport Public Transport
Playground Playground
Picnic Spot Picnic Spot
Wheelchair Friendly Wheelchair Friendly
Seating Available Seating Available
Pram friendly Pram friendly

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