- Youngsters will learn lots here, but they will have heaps of fun too. The area was originally a cattle and racehorse stud on Mt Cooper and has been developed by the local council into a park incorporating a golf course, adventure playground, urban farm and a visitors centre. At the farm, children can take part in milking and feeding the animals and also see how things were done back in the 1870s. An interactive display in the visitors centre goes even further back in Bundoora's history to the Wurundjeri Aboriginal tribe. The adventure playground features environmentally-friendly energy production.
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