20 Things to do in the Eastern Suburbs This Spring

things to do in spring

Without a doubt, spring is the best time to get out and about after being stuck indoors for so long. Here’s our top picks of things to do in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs.

  1. Ride the miniature trains in Mooroolbark
    mmr.org.au
  2. Head to the hills to try one of Only Mine’s decadent chocolate flavours.
    onlymine.com.au
  3. Have a picnic at Birdsland Reserve in the heart of Belgrave
    yarraranges.vic.gov.au/Birdsland-Reserve
  4. Arrange a play date at Westerfolds Park, Templestowe
    manningham.vic.gov.au/ruffey-lake-park
  5. Take a walk along the river at Pound Bend, Warrandyte
    walkingmaps.com.au/walk/3583
  6. Get your ice cream/gelato fix at Trampoline Gelato, Camberwell
    trampolinegelato.com.au
  7. Cuddle an animal or two at the Collingwood Children’s Farm
    farm.org.au
  8. Take an art class at historic Wyreena Community Art Centre
    artsinmaroondah.com.au/Wyreena
  9. Watch the miniature boats at Surrey Dive, Box Hill
    spmbc.org.au
  10. Join a community garden
    ringwoodcommunitygarden.org.au
  11. Learn the history of Knox while visiting historic Ambleside Park Homestead
    home.vicnet.net.au/~khsinc
  12. Discover Indigenous art at Bardas Art Gallery, Healesville
    visityarravalley.com.au/activity/sandra-bardas-art-gallery
  13. Enjoy a smorgasbord, yodelling and folk dancing at the Cuckoo Restaurant, Olinda
    cuckoorestaurant.com.au
  14. Kayak & Abseil in Warrandyte
    kaykaze.com.au/kayaking-abseiling
  15. Enjoy the experience of a traditional pub in the middle of nowhere
    micawbertavern.com.au
  16. Spend an afternoon at Lilydale Lake – play, picnic, fish, walk
    yarraranges.vic.gov.au/Lillydale-Lake
  17. Take a Yarra Valley Winery Tour
    yarravalleywinerytours.com.au
  18. Get lost in the maze at Healesville
    hedgend.com.au
  19. Seek out antique treasures at Hunted Antiques, Kilsyth
    huntedantiques.com
  20. Take afternoon tea at Miss Marples Teamroom, Sassafras
    missmarplestearoom.com

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