Whether it be parks, community centres or bike rides, there are plenty of fun ways to get physical around Clyde, and with the weather warming now is the perfect time to be outside!
To help you get started, we’ve made a list of fun and interesting experiences for your family to get physical around Clyde
1. Walk and bike ride at Wilson Botanic Garden
Take your family to Wilson Botanic Gardens for outdoor fun this weekend!
The park is filled with child-friendly activities like discovering native Australian animals, having fun at the playground and going on a bike ride around the lake. If your little ones are still in a pram, the paths around the lake are perfect an afternoon stroll. As well as being dog-friendly, the gardens are the perfect spot for a picnic with friends, with BBQ facilities and benches.
Entry to Wilson Botanic Garden is free and the large reserve is easily accessible from Clyde.
Getting there: Wilson Botanic Garden are located 668 Princes Hwy, Berwick, Victoria 3806, around 40 minutes away from Melbourne CBD. The best way to get there is via car.
Check out this website for more information
2. Join a community sport team
Clyde is a thriving community of sporting clubs and active leisure groups. Discover the wide variety of gymnastics, running and soccer teams your family can sign up to. With summer just around the corner, now is a great time to get involved! For more information about the variety of programs around Clyde, check out this website
3. Be outside at Myuna Park Community Farm
Make family memories at the Myuna Park Community Farm this Spring!
Experience hands-on fun with animals and be outside at the same time at Myuna Park community farm! The park offers children opportunities to meet a variety of animals as well as a experiencing a unique environment where children can discover river gums, wetlands and bird life.
Singles $8.50, concession $7
Four people $30, Concession family $25
Entry is free for children under 1!
Getting there: Myuna Farm is located 182 Kidds Road, Doveton VIC 3177, not far from Dandenong, just near the Monash Freeway. For more information about Myuna Community Farm, click here.