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    I wouldn't have a problem driving half an hour

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    For a school party - i might think it was a bit ott to make the party far away from everyobe, but it Would depend on time of day, duration of party etc. 1/2 hour can either be across town or the next suburb depending on where you are.

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    Nope. I live rurally and had the girls birthday party at Kidzone which is almost an hour away, everyone that was invited came.
    It wouldn't worry me.

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    Not too far and if some kids don't come simply due to distance well they miss out on the fun lol

    I loved plaster fun house parties as a kid!!! Your DD will have a blast!

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    I would have never considered half an hour far lol
    So yes I'd travel for sure

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    Not an issue for me at all, over an hour maybe I'd think twice but 30 mins is no big deal at all.

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    I would, but I can understand that lots of people wouldn't. And I've found people generally decline when you offer to provide transport in that age group.

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    30 min drive isn't a big deal, I'd easily drive that long to go to a party. Going to our closest indoor playcentre, takes almost 20 min, so what is another 10 min?
    I'm sure most parents won't mind.

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    Where I live, everything is so spread out that half an hour travel is normal.

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    Yep I would and have. To get to any venues (shopping centres, restaurants anything really) I'd have to drive into town which is at least 20-25mins so driving 30mins to a venue is no problem to me.


 

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