If you are wondering what to do for your child's birthday party in Newcastle, you have a wide range of indoor and outdoor options to choose from! If you don't want to have a birthday party at home, or would prefer to leave the cleaning up to someone else, then book a children's party at one of the dozens of party choices in the area. Depending on what your child loves to do, there is something for everyone.
Most venues offer a designated party area, a party host, food options and 1.5 - 2 hours of party fun. Often you just need to take the cake and all the rest is catered for. Check out all the details, inclusions and minimum numbers before you book and then you can relax - the hard work is done. Keep reading for just some of the children's birthday party venues in Newcastle to choose from - the kids are guaranteed to love every single one!
Party fun at Ninja Parc, Cooks Hill. Image: Ninja Parc Facebook
Ninja Parc in Cooks Hill offer a party package which includes 1.5 hours of obstacle course activities, a dedicated party table, a party co-ordinator and each child receives a meal, drinks and a Ninja Parc headband. They also offer a Climb Parc Birthday Party and Sports Parc Birthday party - see here for all the options! The cost is $34.95 per guest for each party, with a minimum of 10 guests. See here for a full article about Ninja Parc Cooks Hill.
Holey Moley indoor mini golf at Charlestown have children's birthday parties at a cost of $32 per child, which includes 18 holes of golf, a host, a reserved party area, food and drinks. See here for details and here a full article about Holey Moley Charlestown.
Revolution at Maryville have three children's birthday party options, with a BYO party (for $24 per child), The Rebound ($30 per child) and the Rev Up Combo ($34 per child). Each option has an exclusive party room and grip socks included and then you choose which option suits you. See here for details and here for a full article about Revolution Maryville.
Blackbutt Reserve is located at Kotara and it has a wildlife park, with koalas, wombats and peacocks wandering around! There are also playgrounds and shelters that you can hire, to have your own BYO party. Shelters cost $185 per shelter to hire. Choose between Carnely Avenue (where the wildlife park is located) or Richley Reserve (near the Mega Playground). See here for details.
Local Playgrounds are always a favourite in the warmer months, with some large playgrounds dotted around the region. South Stockton Active Hub is a popular favourite by the Hunter River, as it has a huge playground, plenty of grass to run around on and it is located by the Stockton Ferry terminal, so there is access from the city.
Depending on your budget, there is a party option for everyone in the Newcastle area. If you have any more ideas or venues which your child has loved, feel free to add to this list and make a comment, below. Wherever you go, enjoy the party!