The venue offers dedicated play spaces for children under 6 years of age, including an area exclusively for toddlers. It is quite small in comparison to other indoor play centres. However, this setting is ideal for the intended younger age range. In particular, it provides opportunities for the younger children to freely negotiate age-appropriate equipment, at their own pace.
There are multiple tables and chairs in the dining area, all positioned to allow clear sightlines of the play spaces.
Modular Play A two-storey modular play unit features a variety of soft play equipment, climbing equipment and double slide. The lower level also includes a large ball pit with an interactive games screen. A selection of games are available, requiring players to throw the balls at particular objects.
"Real Life" Play A city-themed play area offers soft flooring with road markings, ride-on (non-motorised) cars and several mock buildings. For example, these included petrol bowsers, a car wash, shop and cafe.
These places just keep getting better and better. The kids must be so excited to be there and habe so much to explore. Whren I was a kid we were excited if we had a swing, a slide and a seesaw in a local park.