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Lollipops Playland & Cafe, Castle Hill

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Published April 29th 2013
Huge indoor playland and Cafe
Located just off Victoria Ave in the Castle Hill trading zone this Playland is fantastic for kids and parents. Keep the kids entertained rain, hail or shine, 7 days a week.

The cup and saucer ride
Entry fee includes fun on the cup and saucer ride. Adults can go on too.



This Playland has two large play areas catering for children 0-11 years old.They have a toddler area, another area for children 4-11 years old, Nintendo games, an air hockey table, party rooms, a motorised cup and saucer ride and a great cafe. There's also a toy car and motorbike circular track including play petrol pump, a book rack, a magazine rack, tables, chairs, a cubby house and even a play shop. It's all indoors, fully air conditioned and there is lots of parking right on the doorstep. The whole place is bright and colourful with a yellow and red theme.

Toys galore
This is just in front of the cubbyhouse. These large blocks connect and you can even make a cube or your own cubbyhouse.


The baby/toddler area has a jumping machine, a ball pit with a basketball ring at the end of it, things to climb, slides, ride on toys and even dolls and prams to play with. There are places for all the parents to sit, even tables and chairs that are just beside it with a good view of the area.

Lounge area
The playland has heaps of toys to play with and even lounges for parents to sit on.


The section for the older kids really is fantastic. It has a huge maze called Skywalk because you can see through it, a huge tall slide that goes from the top of the maze to the bottom and more play areas underneath.

Near the book and magazine racks is two lounges, some play tables and a cubby house. The cubby house has a play kitchen area on one side if it and a play shop on the other side of it.

The toy shop
The large cubbyhouse features one kitchen play area and one shop play area.


The car track is close to the toddler area in a circular enclosed shape. Parents can sit either on the cushioned area beside it or at the tables whilst still being able to see what is going on. There are play ride in cars, bikes and motorbikes. The children can follow a course guided by large plastic witches hats and even stop to refill if they wish. It looks like great fun but it can get pretty crazy in there. At times it can become like dodgem cars.

The car track
The car track is very popular it even has witches hats, petrol pumps and motorbikes.


There are themed party rooms located around the Playland and four different party packages to choose from. There is a cheer and play party, a colossal party, a funtastic party or an ultimate party. They even hold regular disco nights with a live DJ and a light show.

Located right in the middle of the Playland is a gorgeous bright and colourful cup and saucer ride, just like being at a fair. Adults can go for a ride on it with their children. It has funny music and it lights up. It has big pictures of circus animals and clowns on it. They run the ride at regular intervals and they also put on music and make an announcement to draw the kids in. When you hear it you simply make your way over and line up to have a turn. The staff make it very safe and you can even clap your hands as the ride goes round and round to make it go slower or faster.

The cup and saucer ride
This Grandad is enjoying the cup and saucer ride with his Grandson.


This place even has music sessions, art sessions and movement sessions. All these fantastic features, rides and toys are included in the entry fee. They even have special disco nights. On their website there is a calendar of all the events coming up each month. They also run a school holiday program. This includes morning and afternoon tea and prices start from $34.90 to $43.90, and discounts apply if they come for five days.

The cafe has hot and cold food, drinks and snacks. Your entry fee gets the adult a free tea or coffee and a pop top juice for each child. No outside food is allowed to be brought in with the exception of baby food.

This is the prefect place for parents to relax with a coffee, a magazine and a snack and know that the children are fully entertained. The toilets are always clean and their is a baby change room also.

Each child must wear socks but if you do forget them you can buy a pair for $2 at the front desk. Adults must supervise their own kids at all times except when children are at the school holiday program or at the 'drop and shop' where full supervision is provided. The 'drop and shop' is available for up to 3 hours for school aged kids.

Colourful wristbands are given to you and your children upon arrival meaning your child cannot leave with anyone else but you. A good safety feature especially when the Playland is busy.

Ride on toys
Children will love the ride on toys.


Come for a party, a play, a ride, a disco night or for a fun school holiday program.

See you at Lollipops.
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Why? Fun for children and adults in rain, hail or shine, 7 days a week.
When: 7 days a week
Phone: 9680 8868
Where: Unit 8/10 Hudson Ave, Castle Hill
Cost: under 2's: free 2-11 yr olds:$15.90(non-school day) $11.90 (school days) adults: $4.50 (non school day) $4 (school day)
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this place looks really, really fun!
by helen (score: 0|5) 2183 days ago
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