With the weather heating up The Ian Potter Foundation Children’s Garden at the Royal Botanical Gardens Melbourne is open and ready to be explored.
We took a trip to the gardens the other week and spent a few hours being inspired by the gardens, ponds and sculptures.
What’s really great about The Children’s Garden is that everything is easily accessible to the kids, with signs and sculptures at their height.
There are spots to sit and relax…
And spots to climb and explore…
Take a look at this video that takes you on a tour of the Children’s Garden:
This was the first of many trips to the Children’s Garden this season as it’s always such a fun, memorable adventure.
The Children’s Garden is only a small section of the immense Royal Botanic Gardens and you could easily spend a day (or more) exploring all that the gardens have to offer.
We parked near the gardens, but it’s also a short walk from trams which run along St Kilda Road:
For more gardens with kids check out my post about The St Kilda Botanical Gardens.