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Pixel Play Centre, Cranbourne

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by BecSorby (subscribe)
I am a stay at home mum trying to be a freelance writer - or a freelance writer trying to be a stay at home mum. I enjoy getting out and about with my two little girls and am Chief Editor of Perth Mums Group
Published February 13th 2019
An indoor play centre with plenty for the kids to do
Although it took a while for the husband and I to find Pixel Play Centre in Cranbourne (I blame the GPS) and hubby said it was too dark, the kids loved it and that's all that matters.

Yes, it was a bit on the dark side in comparison to most play centres we go to, but not enough to warrant shoving the kids back in the car, screaming because we'd promised them a play and now they thought we were going back on our word. No thanks.

Pixel Play Centre is located just a short drive from the Cranbourne town centre and we visited on a weekend during the school holidays. Usually, I avoid visiting at times like this like the plague, but it was pleasantly quiet and only started to get busy once we left.

The play centre looks rather small from the outside, but it's huge inside, with lots of different areas for kids up to the age of around 12. There is a multi-level play structure for the older kids, a toddler area, giant bouncing castle and so much more.

As usual, my three-year-old ran straight for the play structure and disappeared into the maze of ladders, tunnels, slides and ropes. The little one was most interested in the bright yellow arcade car and the little teacup ride.

The toddler area is full of soft play, blocks, a little bouncy castle and slide and plenty of things to climb on. It is fully fenced so the little ones can't go too far.

There are tricycles and little ride-on toys to scoot around on. At the back of the play centre, you will find walls that are covered in chalkboards that the kids can draw and scribble on.

The cafe area is spacious and it would be easy to manoeuvre a pram around the place. There is a children's menu with small snacks and drinks, such as sandwiches, mini sausage rolls, mini pizzas or a little grazing-style snack pack.

You can also order toasted sandwiches, schnitzels, wedges and hot chips, plus other small meals. They also serve hot and cold drinks and can organise a birthday party for your child.

The cost is on par with other play centres at $13 on weekends and public holidays for entry for children over 2 years and $10 for children over 2 at all other times. Parents and children under 2 years are free.

Pixel Play Centre is open from Monday to Saturday from 9am to 5pm. Whether you're there for a party or a play, it's a great spot for the kids to run amok and burn a bit of energy.
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Why? Because kids love a play centre
When: Monday to Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Phone: 5995 1048
Where: 49 Cameron St Cranbourne
Cost: School holidays and public holidays: $13 for kids over 2 (all other times $10 for kids over 2) adults and kids free
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