Are you looking for somewhere to take your little one on a weekday when it is cold and wet outside? We think indoor soft play centres are perfect on such days. Lots of open space indoors, mix of toys to play with, jumping castles to burn off energy, synthetic grass floor for little knees, coffee for parents and all day play. Plus, they are great when you have two or more little ones and want to be able to keep an eye on them. But sadly indoor soft play centres are very rare, with just two nearby to the City of Parramatta.
We regularly visit both and enjoy them for different reasons. Mostly it comes down to location. If you are trying to decide between the two, here are our list of pro’s and con’s for both. And below you can read our full reviews.
- Pro’s: largest space at 1000 square metres, you can bring your own food, cheapest entry, parking out the front of entrance, lots of inflatables.
- Con’s: limited selection of hot and cold food to purchase, smaller seating area, shorter opening hours (10am to 3pm).
- Pro’s: cafe with wide affordable selection of hot and cold food, lots of ride-on toys, cubby houses, foam blocks, big tractor inflatable, large seating area, longer opening hours (9am to 4pm).
- Con’s: aren’t meant to bring your own food in, very popular so can be hard to get a table, entry fee is slightly more expensive.