Boing Central (CLOSED) Toddler Playgroup | Baulkham Hills

If you are after a great way to burn off energy with your little one, particularly on a wet day, then you should check out the Boing Central toddler playgroup. Updated: 26th February 2017


Unfortunately Boing Central has closed permanently after significant vandalism in August 2017.

Boing Central
Tiny tots trampoline area

Boing Central Toddler PlaygroupEvery Tuesday and Thursday during school term, Boing Central run a toddler playgroup. It costs $10 per child and includes a free coffee/tea – BIG bonus and making this great value for money.

The playgroup session runs from 9:30am to 11:30am and is supervised by two friendly staff members. You can get involved as little or as much as you like….or your toddler/ pre-schooler will allow. The staff move the kids around to the different trampoline areas and there is also a non trampoline play area with tunnels and ride on cars near the cafe which has plenty of tables to sit at.

We have been about 8 times over the last 9 months and surprisingly it has never been packed. Most times there are about 20 families, but there are so many areas and space at Boing Central that there is plenty of room to spread out.


The cafe food is pretty much of the simple, fried variety but very reasonably priced and I happily enjoyed a large serve of hot chips with my boys.

Boing CentralFinding Boing Central

Boing Central is located in the Norwest Business Park at Baulkham Hills – unit 5/6, 4-6 Inglewood Place. Signage wasn’t the best when we went, so once you turn into 4-6 Inglewood Place head around to the right and then left and it is a few entrances up on your right. There is free customer parking outside the entrance.

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