30 Things to do in the Eastern Suburbs this Summer

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The eastern suburbs of Melbourne is packed full of things to do and see. Here’s our top 30 pick of things to do this summer.

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

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