The City of Melbourne is improving parks and recreation in the municipality to make them more accessible, user friendly and sustainable.
Whether you want to berth your boat or superyacht, do some recreational fishing or spend some time by the water, you can do it all at Docklands.
Whether it's a wedding ceremony or work function, find out what you need to do to organise an event in a park.
Dog off-leash areas
Melbourne self-guided walks
The Active Melbourne program encourages all residents, city workers and visitors to be active regardless of age, gender, culture or ability.
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There are plenty of tracks, paths and skate parks in the city for you to get around on foot or on wheels.
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The City of Melbourne runs a number of recreation centres, inlcuding Melbourne City Baths and the North Melbourne Recreation Centre.
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While the city's parks provide varied opportunities for play, a number of public playgrounds also contain a range of high-quality play equipment.
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Phone: +61 3 9658 9658
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90-120 Swanston Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
Fax: +61 3 9654 4854
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