Summer in the City of Whittlesea
19 January 2023
Get outside this summer in the City of Whittlesea! We’ve rounded up the best activities, events, and places for the whole family to enjoy the warmer weather.
Make the most of the warm weather with the City of Whittlesea’s Summer Series, a series of free events including live music, twilight markets, and so much more! Follow the link here for full details and dates.
All Abilities Play Space Mill Park
All Abilities Play Space in Mill Park is the perfect park to get the kids outside. The fully fenced and accessible playground boasts multiple play zones including a water play area with water play tables, shooting jets, and misting rings, a multi-level climbing tower, double flying fox, a full-sized basketball court, as well as picnic and barbeque facilities. All Abilities Play Space is located on Morang Drive, Mill Park.
Kinglake National Park
Enjoy the great outdoors at Kinglake National Park. Kinglake National Park offers scenic hikes, mountain bike trails, picnic areas, picturesque waterfalls, and lookouts over Melbourne’s skyline, all on the edge of the Great Diving Range. For more information on the park and its facilities, check out their website here.
Whittlesea Swim Centre
Beat the heat and cool off at Whittlesea Swim Centre. Featuring a 25m main pool with six lap lanes, a waterslide, learners pool, toddler pool, splash pad, as well as shaded areas, Whittlesea Swim Centre is the perfect place for some summer fun! Entry fees start at $4.50, with entry free for children under 5. Click here for opening hours and more information.
Outdoor Movie Night at Laurimar Reserve, Doreen
Gather family and friends for a movie night under the stars at Laurimar Recreation Reserve. Laurimar Cricket Club is screening ‘Minions: The Rise of Gru’ from 7 pm on Saturday 4th February. Entry is a gold coin donation to the CFA, with food trucks and other entertainment on the night. For more information, click here.