St Kilda Adventure Playground is now open to both the general public and registered users.
In line with Victorian Government capacity requirements, maximum group gatherings of 50 people are permitted.
COVID-19 conditions of entry:
- Visitors must sign an attendance form at the gates for all people attending prior to entry.
- Anyone over the age of 12 years is required to carry a face mask in the event that physical distancing cannot be established or maintained.
Adventure playgrounds will remain closed if the weather is predicted to be over 35 degrees or, if the temperature reaches 35 degrees whilst open, the playgrounds will need to close. The Adventure Playgrounds will remain closed or will close early during storms or instances of air pollution/risk to health.
The St Kilda Adventure Playground is open everyday except Monday.
School term Monday (including public holidays): Closed
School term Tuesday to Friday: 3.30 to 5.30 pm
Weekends: 12 midday to 4.30 pm
School Holidays: 12 midday to 4.30 pm
We are not taking new members at this time.
Membership (enrolment) is open to young people five to 12 years who live and play in the City of Port Phillip.
Membership for children aged eight to 11 years (Middle Years) is encouraged due to the nature of the member activities.
For St Kilda Adventure Playground Membership please contact us for information. Conditions apply, please confer with site management for membership criteria.
You can also find information on the City of Port Phillip Youth and Middle Years Commitments.
Contact information for additional information is below.
General public are welcome to visit (no membership required for visits) all visitors must be accompanying a young person.
Party bookings and group visits
We are not taking party bookings or visits at this time.
Child Safe Standards
The City of Port Phillip has an ongoing commitment to the safety and well-being of young people.
We enact these commitments via the Child Safe Standards, formally endorsed by Council on 15 November 2017.
If a staff member suspects or receives a report that a child is the subject of abuse or negative treatment they are obliged to report it through the appropriate channels so it can be escalated through Child Protection authorities.
All complaints raised will be treated with strict privacy, seriousness and confidentiality.
All Adventure Playground Staff have robust prevention, training, supervision and reporting activities to ensure a child’s safety.
For general information on Victoria Government Guidelines and Legislation see Child Safe-Standards Resources DHHS.
For general information on the City of Port Phillips position please, see our Child Safe Standards.