There are so many things to do in Wyndham.  Here are 50 Things to do in Wyndham before you turn 13.

  1. Visit a park to play on the swings
  2. Cool off at the River Walk Water Park
  3. Visit a Library to read books together
  4. Visit the Rose Garden at Werribee Park Mansion – talk about colours, smells and how things grow
  5. Unleash the builder in you at a Wyndham Library Lego Club
  6. Climb the Pine Trees at Soldiers Reserve
  7. Ride your bike on the many bike trails in Wyndham
  8. If you are feeling energetic take a long ride along the Federation Trail
  9. Participate in the many community events and festivals in Wyndham
  10. Splash around at the Salt Water Coast Crocodile Park, Riverwalk.
  11. Wait for a windy day and fly a kite at Werribee South Beach
  12. Grab some friends and play basketball or tennis at Season’s Park
  13. Test your tactical skills with a game of Chess at a Wyndham Library Chess Club
  14. Explore and discover the family friendly parks in Wyndham- Pirate Park (Point Cook), Jubilee (Wyndham Vale)
  15. Walk along the Werribee River – take your dog for a walk if you have one
  16. Try your luck at catching a fish at off the Werribee South Pier
  17. Have a treasure hunt in your local park – make a map and look for special things
  18. Ride scooter or skateboard at Presidents Park, Mossfield Reserve, Tarneit (open soon), Point Cook.
  19. Wander around Wyndham Harbour
  20. Dance like no one is watching on the stage at the Watton Street Piazza
  21. Fly through Harpley Estate Adventure Playground on the Flying Fox
  22. Fine tune your bowling skills at the cricket nets in Haines Reserve, Wyndham Vale
  23. Get your legs moving at one of Wyndham’s parkrun weekly events 
  24. Practice your balancing skills on the Werribee River Stepping Stones while looking for tadpoles
  25. Put pen to paper at the Imagination Creators Writing Group-Werribee Library
  26. Have a picnic at Werribee South beach
  27. Look for a platypus or two from the bridges across the Werribee River at Comben Drive or Watton Street Piazza
  28. Practice your listening skills at the Lollypop Creek – you may hear the Pobblebonk Frog!
  29. Grab some mates after school for a game of basketball at Point Cook Town Centre’s outdoor recreation area
  30. Stroll along the pathway at the Werribee River on Comben Drive – see if you can find some familiar names on the Rotary Walk of Fame
  31. Walk or ride around Presidents Park track
  32. Have a sand castle building competition on Werribee South Beach
  33. Enjoy a relaxing stroll through the Mambourin Sensory Garden – 2 Recreation Close, Werribee
  34. Draw the sculptures in the garden behind Werribee Park Mansion
  35. Visit any of the five Wyndham Libraries-Point Cook Library, Werribee Library, Wyndham Vale Library, Plaza Library, Julia Gillard Library Tarneit
  36. Try some Bird Watching in Point Cook Coastal Park
  37. Visit the Western Treatment Plant Open Day with your family
  38. Use your imagination at Ashcroft Control Tower Park – Mandrel Drive Williams
  39. Take a tour of Wyndham’s Public Art collection
  40. Kick a football or soccer ball around at your local neighbourhood park
  41. Try your hand at table tennis at Hargrave Park – Hargrave Avenue, Point Cook (bring a bat and ball)
  42. Build a cubby or fort in your backyard – imagination is the key!
  43. Bounce around on the trampolines at Newminster Way Trampoline Park - Aintree Avenue, Point Cook
  44. Launch a canoe from Riverbend Heritage Park with a grownup - there’s a kayak launching spot on the river
  45. Visit the You Yangs for a picnic or a hike. Be sure to look for the eagle geoglyph – Bunjil.
  46. Throw a Frisbee in the park
  47. Take a stroll around the RAAF Base Museum
  48. Take your bikes to the Wyndham BMX Track located at Heathdale Glen Orden Wetlands  (not open to public on race days or training days)
  49. Channel your inner Master Chef and cook up a storm with your family – try some new recipes
  50. Pull on your boots and go for a walk at Cobbledicks Ford – Cobbledicks Ford Road, Tarneit
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