Kew Traffic School is a fun and engaging space for children aged 2 to 10 to develop important road safety skills and gain confidence on their bicycle, tricycle or scooter.
Open since 1957, the track mimics a real life road, and features:
- traffic lights
- street signs
- railway crossings
- mini tram and train.
Kew Traffic School is fully fenced with a secure gate.
Children need to bring their own bicycle, tricycle or scooter and helmet.
Kew Traffic School is available for:
Accessibility and visiting Kew Traffic School
To assist people of all abilities accessing our Kew Traffic School, visitors can read our Access Key document. The Access Key contains information on:
- how to get to the Kew Traffic School
- the Kew Traffic School layout
- how to identify staff
- where the toilets are and their environmental specifications
- the experiences and accessible offerings available.
We can also read our Social Story document which aims to assist visitors who may have autism spectrum disorder, specific language disorders, social communication difficulties or cognitive delays and disability. It provides a clear explanation and description of visiting our centre, so you can know what to expect.
Accessibility at Kew Traffic School documents
Corner Cotham and Grange roads, Kew 3101
Kew Traffic School is located next to Reservoir Reserve which includes a playground, half-court basketball court, barbecue, tables and public toilets.
Getting here by public transport
Tram 109: Arrive at Stop 41, Kew Traffic School/Cotham Road
Tram 72: Arrive at Stop 70, Cotham Road/Burke Road
Train: Alamein/Belgrave/Lilydale lines – arrive at Camberwell Station (2.1km walk)
General entry conditions
- Parents or guardians must supervise children at all times
- Children must wear helmets while riding bicycles and scooters
- Kew Traffic School is a drug, alcohol and tobacco free space
- The use of glass bottles and other glass items is prohibited at all times
- We accept no liability for lost or stolen items.