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    Default 6 year old party

    So my 5yo will be 6 in July, this will be her 1st school friends party, started prep this year, I'm looking into parties 4 her, 1st is McDonald's at 10 per head or a park party, or somewhere under $15 per head! Any ideas I'm in Brisbane!!

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    I did a maccas party for kiddos birthday when he was in prep. All the parents stayed for a catch up, the kids enjoyed themselves and best part was no mess to clean up. Was under $200 for about 18 kids I think. It was a great few hours for everyone.

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    Looking at bowling too, don't like the play centres!

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    Trampoline park, bowling, maccas, movie, build a bear with a donut and milkshake after, a sausage sizzle in the park with a cake, lollies, chips and poppas.

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    My 4yo dd went to a party at a bowling centre yesterday and loved it! It would have been a little more than the $15pp you're looking at (in Perth) but as a parent I thought it was good

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    Ds was invited to 2 maccas parties recently (5yo party). The kids all loved it.

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    Dd had hers at a trampoline place. She also went to one at a bike park and has done bowling

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    Our local trampoline place is $35 per head😱 best value party we went to recently was maccas. Do you have an inflatable world in your area? Great value and you can byo food.

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    Here you go, there are some in Brisbane.
    http://www.inflatableworldoz.com.au/

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    Inflatable world is great but I think it would be more than $15 pp if u account for byo food.


 

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