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There are loads of activities to do on rainy days in Melbourne. Check out Small Ideas' Top 10 Playcentres!

Join Small Ideas today and receive Free Entry to these playcentres and 44 others for an annual membership of $34.95!

1. CROCs Playcentres

With 14 locations around Victoria, Crocs is the most popular of playcentres in Melbourne.

Small Ideas members receive 14 vouchers for 2 for 1 entry at Croc's Playcentres across Victoria and a discount off any party package.

Crocs Playcentres

2. Lollipops Playcentres

With 10 locations across Victoria, the newest being in Sunshine and Pakenham, Lollipops is fast becoming a favourite. There is one electronic ride at each venue, such as the rocking ship, or the teacup ride, all included in your entry fee.

Small Ideas members receive 50% off entry each month

Lollipops Playland

3. Play Central, Port Melbourne

This is a personal favourite and is worth travelling to. Play Central is a huge indoor playcentre and welcomes all ages. The older children love the unlimited dodgem car rides and the volcano mountain. The main reason parents travel from afar to come to Play Central is because the toddler area is a large space for imaginative play. It includes a mini supermarket, a building construction site, costumes to dress and a baby area also.

Small Ideas members receive Free Entry to Play Central.

Play Central Port Melbourne

4. Super Zu, Dingley

If you're a local to Dingley, then you would already know and love Super Zu. If you haven't, then it's certainly worth the trip, as children can spend hours of fun in this animal inspired playcentre. It's the only indoor playground in Victoria with tube slides that children can enjoy on their own or together with mum or dad.

Small Ideas members receive Free Entry to Super Zu

Super Zu Playcentre

5. Mick's Jump n' Play

The largest indoor playground in Melbourne's west is Mick's Jump n' Play, with numerous jumping castles, slides, tunnels and bouncy toys.

Small Ideas members receive 1 Free entry each month for 12 months

Mick's Jump n' Play

6. Xanadu Playcentre
Just near Myuna Farm is the favourite playcentre amongst the locals, Xanadu. It includes inflatable slides, jumping castle, 3-lane high slides, 3-storey climbing structure, ball pit and tunnels. Most of the play equipment is also adult friendly, so parents can get in on the fun and play alongside their kids!

Xanadu Playcentre

7. Little Cinos Playcafe

Ever walked into a place that is just perfect for little ones where they won't get trampled on by big kids? LittleCinos is a purpose built play cafe designed for 0-5 year olds with everything from soft play areas for babies to role-play kitchens, dress ups and even a fire station. There is weekly story time and the staff are so accommodating and lovely.

Small Ideas members receive 2 for 1 entry to play

Melbourne playcentre
Little Cinos Playcentre

8. Base Camp

One of our most redeemed vouchers is Base Camp playcentre. In addition to the typical playground equipment you find and all our playcentres, Base Camp offers great hands on workshops, such as baking, art, science workshops on school holidays as well as during the week.

Small Ideas members receive Free entry

Base Camp Kids, Playcentre
Base Camp Playcentre

9. Chipmunks, Caroline Springs & Dandenong

A playcentre which is all about fun and safety, which is divided into 3 groups, below age 2, below age 5 and 5 and up, allowing kids to really enjoy their time in a safe environment.

Small Ideas members receive 2 for 1 entry each month to Caroline Springs and One 2 for 1 entry at Dandenong location.

Playcentre, Chipmunks
Chipmunks Caroline Springs

10. Pixel Playcentre & Café

Pixel is the newest playcentre in Cranbourne.

Small Ideas members receive 1 Free entry every month & a discounted party offer.

Pixel Playcentre
Pixel Playcentre
For more top ideas on what to do with your kids in Melbourne, become a Small Ideas member at smallideas.com.au!
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