KidsTown Playground is OPEN, including the Dig In Café and Miniature Train, running during normal operating hours.

About KidsTown

Rated by Timeout as one of Victoria’s best adventure parks and playgrounds, KidsTown Adventure Playground provides children of all abilities and families hours of entertainment.  Spread over five acres, KidsTown features fully fenced play spaces, giant slides, train rides and a sensory fruit bin and dairy maze both paying tribute to the orchard and dairy industries that have flourished in the Goulburn Valley. 

Designed to entertain, stimulate and educate children through play, children and parents alike will delight at the creative, imaginative and, most of all, safe play available to children of all ages and all abilities.  The playground includes some wheelchair accessible equipment.

Surrounded by picturesque natural bush land, KidsTown enjoys plenty of shaded and undercover areas for play, picnics and bbqs.

KidsTown is located on Daishes Paddock, a site of historical significance to the local Yorta Yorta People. Entry to The Flats Walk can be started from behind the Connection Building, look for the tall orange sign near the lawns, then make your way under the bridge to The Flats. 

Founded in 1995 by the local community, KidsTown is now owned and operated by the Greater Shepparton City Council. Entry is via gold coin which all goes back to the operation and maintenance of the park along with funding annual projects to enhance the overall experience. 

Getting Here:

Situated five minutes from Shepparton, KidsTown is less than a two-hour drive from Melbourne and easily accessible from across the state.  You’ll find us at 7287 Midland Highway, Mooroopna.   Click here to plan your visit.

Contact us:

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Phone us on 03 5831 4213 or

Email us info@kidstown.org.au for more information.

We, Greater Shepparton City Council, acknowledge the Yorta Yorta Peoples of the land which now comprises Greater Shepparton, we pay our respect to their tribal elders, we celebrate their continuing culture and we acknowledge the memory of their ancestors.