This fully air-conditioned, play café is designed for children between the ages of 1-12. It is very affordable, compared to other play cafés in Adelaide, and has an enormous range of exciting play equipment, such as trampolines, ball pit, foam pit, three-lane super slide, plus many, many more on the multi-leveled play area.
When: 7 days a week 9am - 6pm
Where: 10 Unity Way, Munno Para AND 86-96 Trimmer Parade, Seaton
Croc's Playcentre is perfect for children of all ages. There are separate play areas for babies, and toddlers, with age appropriate equipment to stimulate their senses, and aid in all areas of development. There is also a multi-leveled play area for the big kids, as well as jumping castles, and a bike track.
Green Monkeys is perfect for children of all ages. There are separate play areas for babies, and toddlers, with age appropriate equipment to stimulate their senses, and aid in all areas of development. There is also a multi-leveled play area for the big kids, as well as jumping castles, and a bike track.
Wacky Warehouse is 200 square metres of multi-levelled play heaven! The play area is sectioned off into three areas with ball pits, air cannons, triple wave slide, jumping castle, and many more exciting interactive toys and games.
Every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in the cafe from 9.30am-11.30am you will recieve a free babycino and marshmallow with every coffee purchased. There's also kids activity sheets and crayons along with three play areas to keep the munchkins happy.
Lollipop’s Playland & Café is the perfect combination of fun and excitement for the kids, and a social café for the parents. Your children will have hours of fun in the multi-levelled play area, while you sit back, watch them play, and enjoy your coffee.
Play 'n' Fun describes themselves as "The best children's indoor play centre in Adelaide's south." They have two play areas: one sectioned off for toddlers, and the other, larger play area for pre-school children and older.
When: Monday - Friday 9.30am - 3.30pm and Saturday and Sunday 9.30am- 5.00pm
If you're looking to have a nice meal with the kids, the Belair Hotel is a great spot. The outside playground is good for all ages except if it's raining because it's not undercover. The kids menu has a few different options along with vegan and gluten-free meals.
The cute little kid's nook is bright, colourful, and inviting, with an adorable picket fence to keep the little ones contained. The toys and games are appropriate for toddlers to primary school age, and will keep the kids busy while they wait for their meal.
Patch Kitchen & Garden have plenty of activities to keep your children entertained. Inside boasts books, toys, games, and blackboards for quiet play, while outside has a sandpit, cubby house, and chicken coop for exploring.
What makes !nk Espresso even more amazing, is their Chill Out Zone. It's a great area for kids to relax and watch T.V, or play games while they wait for their meal (or for their parents to stop chatting).
Do you want to learn how to knit? Or have recently started and would like to meet some new friends to share your creativity with, all while having a good chat? Adelaide Knitting Club has classes starting in January 2019.
The Adelaide Crochet Club meets on a regular basis to learn crochet, meet other local mums, and to have a good chat. Whether you're a complete beginner or a seasoned pro, everyone is welcome to come along.