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The Wiggly Play Centre

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by Alia Tarsoo (subscribe)
Freelance writer living in Mauritius, I love writing about exciting places to visit and taking photos of scenic views.
Published July 5th 2011
Update July 15th 2013
The Wiggly play centres have closed.

Situated just a few metres from the train station of Villawood, The Wiggly Play Centre is the perfect indoor fun activity for children of all ages, especially on these cold wintry holidays.



When I brought my kids to the centre, they were already jumping in the train as soon as they saw The Wiggles billboard. They just could not wait to get to its huge jumping castles; actually they have four inside. Ideal for a family fun day, the centre is sure to boost the kids up and chase the chill away.

From watching their favourite Wiggles movies on its big screen to having a plunge in its ball pit, from toot tooting in its red cars to swinging around in its carousel, the kids are sure to have a boredom free day.



The toddlers have not been forgotten with their own area filled with fun packed activities like huge building blocks, its own jumping castle, rocking horses, play doll houses and much more.

The bigger kids can have a go at the different games on its numerous playstations available or enjoy a good table hockey match.



A special lounge area has been designated for parents with books and magazines for them to read. The best part for me was to sit down and enjoy a cup of hot coffee without having to worry about my kids tearing each other apart.

When your stomach starts to rumble, you know it's high time for you to head to its Yummy Yummy Cafe and enjoy a Wiggly Snack Pack, fruit salads and hot foods. It is to be noted that Halal food products are also available.

For the July school holidays, character appearances have been scheduled. Click here for more detailed events. The children can sing along and dance with Henry, Dorothy and Wags.

A series of rules and conditions have been set for children's safety including wearing socks at all times. Click here for more safety rules and conditions.

And, yes, the last thing, don't forget to prepare your muscles to wrestle your kids out of the centre. I spent entirely one hour to force my kids out of the centre with the promise of returning back soon.

The Wiggly Play Centre is opened on:

Monday and Tuesdays 9.30am - 3.00pm
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 9.30am - 5pm
Saturday: 9.30am - 6.00pm
Sunday: 10am - 5pm


Entry Fee on school days:

Casual play: 1yr-10yrs $10.50
Babies under 12 months FREE
Group of 10 children (1-10 years old) $7.90 each
Guardian/Adult $4.00

Entree Fee on Non School Days:

Casual play: 1-10 years $12.90
Babies under 12 months FREE
Guardian/Adult $4.50

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Why? To enjoy the best indoor activities during the holidays
When: All year long
Where: The Wiggly Play Centre
Cost: Entry Fee on school days: Casual play: 1yr-10yrs $10.50 Babies under 12 months FREE Group of 10 children (1-10 years old) $7.90 each Guardian/Adult $4.00 Entry Fee on Non School Days: Casual play: 1-10 years $12.90 Babies under 12 months FREE Guardi
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Very interesting
By khali2 - reader
Wednesday, 6th of July @ 11:48 pm
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