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The Top 5 Theme parks In Melbourne – Last Call For Adventure!

Who doesn't love theme parks, right?! Melbourne is famous for having a hand full of theme parks that is bound to get your heart racing and your blood pumping! Here are some that you can't miss!

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Adventure Park

Adventure Park is noted as being the first waterpark in Victoria. The park features a variety of different rides for the whole family to enjoy, from water rides to mini golf, archery, bumper cars, volleyball and even an adult bouncy castle! This place is definitely the epitome of adventure and excitement. There are also a number of food outlets available in the park or you can even pack a picnic. Adventure Park is open during the summer season between 10am to 5pm.

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Funfields Amusement Park

Funfields Amusement Park has a wide range of attractions including the Samba Balloon, Bumpa Boats, Carousel, Go Karts, Aqua Shack waterpark, Blackbeards Fury ride and a Typhoon Waterslide. The water park is a great way to spend the day with your entire family, as there are rides and attractions that suit people of all ages! If you're staying in a Southbank hotel, Melbourne transport systems are efficient and convenient in getting to this amusement park.

3

Luna Park

With the scent of adventure and excitement in the air, the Luna Park is an amusement park located on Port Phillip Bay. Luna Park has been identified by many as the city's best and most popular destination for family fun. The park plays hosts to a myriad of amusements and rides such as Pharaoh's Curse and the Enterprise, Twin Dragon and the Coney Island Top Drop and the Railway rollercoaster. Park visitors can enjoy light meals and refreshing beverages while soaking up the carnival atmosphere. With many hotels located in the area, properties such as Oaks Southbank, provide for great accommodation option in the city.

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A Maze 'N Things

A Maze N' Things located on Phillip Island is ideal for family as its complete with a maxi golf, playgrounds and dozens of thrilling mazes to get lost in, like in Puzzle Island. Those visiting the park can also take part in the rotating room or the Illusion Rooms, which are built with the sole purpose of confusing you. A Maze 'N Things is open every day between 10am to 5pm.

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Fairy park

Fairy Park in Melbourne is a family centred theme park that located about an hour from the city. The park hosts a variety of rides that are dedicated to various legends, myths and tales and has over 32 castles, caves and cottages towards this theme. The well manicured gardens are home to classics such as the Red Riding Hood, Cinderella and Rumplestilskin. Kids who visit the park have some fun passages to explore and towers to climb. At the top of Fairy Park, you will be able to take in a beautiful 360 degree view of the extinct volcano of Mt. Aanakie and the surrounding landscapes. Those visiting the park will be able to dine at one of the many establishments or have a picnic.

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