As well as the expected child entry fee, there is a charge for adults ($3.50 at time of writing), although this does include a voucher for a hot or cold drink. There are three seated areas, with a reasonably priced cafe menu including healthy food options.
Children are spoilt for choice when it comes to playtime, with big slides, a maze of multi-level walkways, a new 3 level airplay zone, a craft room, and a selection of video games to play. In the middle of the centre, ride-on cars set off around a track every hour. A toddler area at the front of the centre separates the little ones from the big kids, with smaller toy cars to ride on.
The butterfly tent happened to be a special activity over two days of the January summer school holidays, however, I am told there is a possibility the butterflies will return, and the next school holiday activity will be a reptile visit!
All of the above is inclusive of entry fee, which I believe is great value for money. Do check it out if you are in the area, hot or rainy days have a tenancy to be busy, so get in early and grab yourself a table and a cuppa while the kids go crazy. Remember to bring a pair of socks for your children to wear.
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All Lollipops centre's offers party bookings, for more details, check out Lollipops website.