27 things to do and see in Melbourne’s east this summer

The eastern suburbs of Melbourne is packed full of things to do and see. Here’s our top 27 picks of things to do this summer.

  1. Let the kids burn off some steam at Flip Out, Box Hill
  2. Take in a show at Karralyka, Ringwood
  3. Take in the view and get lost in a maze at SkyHigh, Mt Dandenong
  4. Get back to nature at Dandenong Ranges National Park, Kallista
  5. Take in some history at the Yarra Ranges Museum, Lilydale
  6. Ride the miniature railway, Box Hill or Mooroolbark
  7. Venture out to the Yarra Valley Chocolaterie, Yarra Glen
  8. Play a round of miniature golf, Chirnside Park
  9. Climb, then climb higher at Hardrock, Nunawading
  10. Picnic and a bush walk at Blackburn Lake Sanctuary, Blackburn
  11. Watch the miniature cars race around the track, Lilydale
  12. Visit the Heide Museum of Modern Art, Heidelberg
  13. Walk the 1000 Steps Kokoda Memorial Walk, Ferntree Gully
  14. Eat a magical cake in Wonderland – The Hatter and the Hare, Kilsyth
  15. Ride Puffing Billy, Belgrave
  16. Ride a paddleboat at Emerald Lake Park
  17. Watch BMX racing at Knox
  18. Visit historic Maling Road for lunch and spot of shopping, Canterbury
  19. Eat gelato at Meno Zero, Doncaster East
  20. Grab a bargain at the trash and treasure market, Wantirna
  21. Watch the miniature boats at Surrey Park Model Boat Club, Box Hill
  22. Take in an outdoor movie at Cameo Cinema, Belgrave
  23. Cool off and ride the slides at Aquanation Pool, Ringwood
  24. Visit Schwerkolt Cottage, Mitcham
  25. Go plane spotting at the airport, Lilydale
  26. Get some paintball action out in the field, Coldstream
  27. Cuddle up to some animals at Chesterfield Farm, Scoresby


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