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As much as I'm not a huge fan of play centres, for no particular reason other than having lots of kids in the one space. Even I have to admit sometimes a play centre is the best option to get the kids out of the house and burning off some energy on a terrible day.
I have been to many birthday parties at Kids Ahoy, it's great if you want the convenience of not having to do any of the work. You can book a party and they do all the catering, party bags, cake and keep them entertained, too easy.
Kids Ahoy is in the industrial area in Mornington in a factory, as are most play centres.
Kids Ahoy is made up of two main play areas, one for the under 2's which has a little ball pit, simple toys all in a padded area that is overseen by the kiosk area and is popular with mothers groups for a mutual meeting place with the benefit of serving coffee.
The main play area is behind the entrance wall and is fitted out with a maze of tunnels, slides, climbing obstacles, and a jumping castle. There are tables that are in the main play area, so mums and dads can order something to eat or drink and watch from their table.