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Can anyone suggest a cafe with a play area open on a Saturday? There will be a 2yo, a 3.5 & a 5.5 yo & they won't sit for any length of time.
not really a cafe- cafe, but playdays in sandringham have a toddler area and coffee...
same for lollipops ect....
but as i said, itīs not cafe-CAFE .....:no:
Where abouts do you live? I no of a few pubs that have indoor play area in their dining area but they are all in the Northern suburbs
There's one in Ringwood but not sure what area you are looking at?
I found a fantastci play area with a little laid back cafe, serves some good food and has a fantastic play area. Its very open and you can see all areas and I especially like the under 3's area, as I have 1 son who is 1 1/2 and he just loves it. It has little ride on tikes area, ball pit, cubby, jumpy castle, toys and a minature rollercoster for wee ones. The area for the bigger kids is HUGE and has a big jumping castle, not to mention climbing stuff and what not. All the people are very friendly and its very inviting. But it is located in Eltham. And its costs for children to play, but its very worth it I think.
Pm me if you want any more infor and all the best if your still looking!! I know how hard it can be!!
I'd go to Rare Bears in either Hartwell or Eltham.
The play areas are great and the food is good.
Otherwise the cafe at the Warrenglen Nursery on the corner of Jumping Creek rd has a kids cubby house and food for the kids to feed the ducks from the safety of a bridge.
where are you from?
I usually go to kidspace in moorabbin also in southland there is a cafe with a tiny play area near the coles kmart side...bonkers is fun too :)
[quote=aardvark;1514305]I'd go to Rare Bears in either Hartwell or Eltham.
:thumbsup: spot on Thats where I go to as well!
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