Grazeland Melbourne will be open every weekend of the year
Friday 5pm – 10pm
Saturday 12pm -10pm
Sunday 12pm -9pm
Grazeland will be closed Christmas Day. We may open some Public Holiday weekends. Information will be communicated on the Grazeland social pages if this is the case.
20 Booker Street, Spotswood Victoria (next to Scienceworks)
Grazeland is wheelchair friendly as most areas are at the same level. Ramps are in place where possible for those areas that need it.
Entry is $4.00 per person. Children under 12 are free. Carers accompanying a person with a disability will not be charged an entry fee. A valid companion card must be shown.
Grazeland Melbourne is pet friendly. All pets must be people friendly, must be kept on a short leash and able to be carried if you choose to go into a congested area. There will be some areas designated pet free. Assistance animals such as guide dogs are welcome in all areas.
Via train, take the Werribee/Williamstown line to Spotswood train station, just a short walk from the Grazeland entrance. It’s a 25 minute journey from Flinders Street station.
Via boat, the Williamstown ferry service stops at the Spotswood jetty, right in front of Grazeland. It’s approximately 35 minutes from Southbank to Grazeland.
Grazeland has 100 bike racks right at the front gate.
The Hobsons Bay Coastal Trail runs on the foreshore adjacent to Grazeland. The dedicated bike trail extends 23 kilometres to Altona Meadows and the bike punt, departing regularly from Spotswood, connects to Docklands and the CBD.
There is parking onsite as well as on-street parking.
As per the State Government mandate, upon arrival, all guests are required to check in using the provided QR code, have evidence of vaccination status or lawful exemption and be wearing a mask when not eating and drinking. All visitors 16 years and over must be fully vaccinated.
We have 5 function areas available that cater for functions from 20 – 200 people. These are available during normal trading days. Larger groups (min spend required) may book part or all of the park for special events, on Mondays to Thursdays. Please inquire directly with the park events manager by email email@example.com
Yes, Grazeland Melbourne is fully licenced. There are 3 bars onsite conveniently located in the Meadow, Boulevarde & Metro zones. All bars practice the Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA).
If you travel by car, we ask you to strongly recommend nominating one person in your group as the NON-DRINKING driver.
Staff are trained to request valid identification from persons whom they believe appear under 25 years of age will be required from all persons upon the request from staff. We accept the following ID: Australian Driver Licence, Victorian Driver Licence, Proof of Age Card, Keypass Card, Australian or foreign Passport
Grazeland is fully licensed BYO is not permitted.
You are not permitted to bring any alcohol onsite or take away off site.
Unduly intoxicated or disorderly persons, in accordance with the Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA), will be refused service and may be asked to leave the premises.
We have the right to refuse entry to any person.
Because Grazeland is a fully licenced venue, people under 18 years of age need to be accompanied by an adult.
During opening hours please enquire at the onsite Grazeland office adjacent to the main entrance. After hours please make contact via our website.
Grazeland Melbourne will be open even if it’s raining. 75% of the park is under cover, and we’ll even heat parts of the park during the colder times of the year.
In the event of extreme weather we may close the park. If this occurs Management will notify the public via our website & digital platforms.
We have a huge line-up of amazing food vendors who cater for different dietary requirements. Visit our food & drinks page to search which vendors have the best options suitable for you.
There is a drop off and pick up zone at the Booker Street main entrance.
Yes there are ATMs conveniently located at both entrances.
Yes there are two baby changing facilities on site.
Some things you CANNOT bring to Grazeland:
PLEASE NOTE single use plastic bottles are not permitted within the park. Security may ask you to transfer your water to a compostable cup and dispose of your plastic bottle.
- Alcohol and soft drinks (BYO)
- Illicit drugs
- promotional or marketing materials not approved by the management
- weapons of any kind
- food (including cakes) that you have brought from elsewhere
- water pistols
- skateboards, inline skates or roller skates, or any similar devices
- laser lights
- drones or other flying crafts
- motorised toys or equipment
Grazeland reserves the right to check bags upon entry.
Smoking and Vaping are strictly prohibited anywhere within Grazeland and the surrounding perimeter including both entrances. Security can show you where the designated smoking areas are off site.