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Big Slide - Family Play Centre

Australia's Highest Indoor 3 Lane Slide - 8 metres high!
The centre is designed for the enjoyment of all ages.

  • 3 Lane Slide - 8 metres high!
  • 3 Lane Slide - 6 metres high!
  • Rock Climbing Wall 
  • Speed Slide
  • Sports Field
  • Inflatable Jumping Castles
  • Net Bridges
  • Punching Bags
  • Flying Fox
  • Noodles
  • Spiral Tunnels
  • Squeeze Rollers
  • Ball Activity area
  • Huge Party Rooms
  • Cars & much more!
  • Designated safe, soft play area for under 4 year olds
  • Indoor sport
* No Ball-pit ;(

Have FOXTEL on the big plasma screen.  ADULTS for FREE!

For the Dads, come down and watch the footy on the big screen while the kids play, or why not have a slide yourself!

For the Mums, enjoy a coffee and cake in the cafe with friends while the kids play.

Session:   Daily 9:30am - 5:00pm

ADMISSION PRICES (as of 2 Jun, 2013)

Monday to Friday (exclude public or school holidays)
  • Babies under 15 months -  FREE Admission (valid until 3pm)
  • Children under 5 years old: $8
  • 5+ years: $12
Everyone must have socks!

Sat & Sun - Public & School Holidays
  • Babies under 15 months - FREE Admission (valid until 3pm)
  • 15+ months to under 2 years old: $8
  • 2+ years to 4 years: $10 
  • 5 years and over: $12
Parents FREE to Play!


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