Indoor Play Centers for Kids - Watercarrin (6407)

Country, Western Australia (WA)

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Indoor play centers for kids - greater than 5km from Watercarrin (6407)

Kidz Paradise Indoor Playcentre and Cafe
Kidz Paradise is one of Perth's longest running indoor play centres, and still one of the best. There are 2 , 4 level high play structures with giant slides, flying foxes, tunnels, rope climbs and more. Plus a bouncy castle, basketball area, glow zone and ball pit for the big kids. The toddler section has a small slide, ball pit, puppet theatre, mini bouncy castle, floor piano, plus books and puzzles. We can cater for groups from 10 to 100 and our hosted birthday parties are some of the best in Perth. ...
worst playcentre ive ever been to.

30-06-2016

Ran by children take half anhour to bring out food or they just forget.. the place is never clean and its expensive compared to the decent play centres ive been to..

We refer to it as kidz hell

16-07-2014

A bit extreme I know, but we came in summer and the air conditioners weren't working. That's understandable - things stop working from time to time. However, the man working there was constructing oscilating fans in the cafe area. He got up to serve a customer and left several tools and screws, screwdrivers etc on the floor in front of the ice cream fridge (clearly a place that will attract little children). Two kids came up and started playing with the tools so I had to take them off them. The place STUNK, was poorly maintained, staff had a bad attitude, understaffed, expensive... TERRIBLE!

Horrible

27-05-2014

I went to this centre a few weeks ago and it was just gross. I waited at the door to pay my entry fee for around 15 minutes with a screaming toddler in the pram keen for a play. Once inside the equipment was dirty and held together with tape. I took a look around and figured the standards for the centre were lax and it probably wasn't being cleaned properly. Pair that with snotty, unsupervised kids drooling on toys and I grabbed my little guy and left. Will never go back. Gross.

Lot 1645 Holmes Street, Huntingdale community centre, Huntingdale, WA 6110 100-150 km from Watercarrin

A relaxed & friendly environment for parents/caregivers & their children to meet & play. Lots of toys & activities providing many opportunities to learn & play. Pop down for a cuppa and a chat. Playgroup runs every - Wednesday 9.15-11.15am 0-5yrs - Friday 9.15-11.15am 0-12months during school term dates. For membership enquiries please don't hesitate to contact us.

Other play activities for kids - greater than 5km from Watercarrin (6407)

Roleystone Gumnut Playgroup
Roleystone Gumnut Playgroup is a fun environment for children 0-5 years and their parents/carers to enjoy play, craft and friendship. We run Monday to Friday 9am-11am during school term. We have a wide range of toys and activities to suit babies through to five-year-olds, including craft activities, jigsaws, blocks, home corner, bikes, cubby house and a fantastic large outdoor area with play area equipment, in beautiful surroundings. We have fruit for morning tea, with each parent/carer to ...
If you want to make your children's birthday party the best ever, you can't go past a real life clown. For children under 4 years old I would suggest a package including face painting, games, balloon animals and bubbles. for children over 4 years of age I would suggest a magic show games and balloons. Both packages run for an hour and half The investment starts from just $220.00GST inclusive. If you don't want to feel like the cat that let the mouse get out of the bag Call now to discuss your child's ...

Other kids activities - greater than 5km from Watercarrin (6407)

P O Box 74, 550 Waterhatch Road, Beverley, WA 6304 25-50 km from Watercarrin

Avondale is located on land originally assigned in the 1830's to the first Governor of the Swan River Colony, Captain James Stirling RN and Harbour Master Mark Currie RN.Several wealthy owners during the 19th Century saw Avondale grow to over 5,260 hectares in size.In 1910 Avondale was purchased by the Lands Department. After the Great War, most of Avondale was subdivided and sold to returned soldiers as repatriation farms.The remaining Homestead block of 705 hectares faced an uncertain future for ...
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