Billy Lids is an exceptional indoor children's play centre located in Hawthorn, which offers children's parties and even has a private function area with a liquor license for adult functions.
We offer a variety of activities in separate areas. All entertainment is covered by the entry fee.
Our equipment consists of the well known Billy Bugs, a mechanical ride, which seats sixteen children. There are two separate play structures - a smaller structure for under twos and a huge structure which provides a challenge for any active child with a flying fox, slides, a large ball pit and loads of tunnels to crawl and play in. We also have a jumping castle, air hockey tables, small cars, books, dress ups, a ball pit for the younger children and toys to encourage imaginative play.
We are fully heated and air-conditioned - perfect for Melbourne’s changing weather!
Monday - Friday $10.00 per child (all children 12 months and over)
Saturday and Sunday $11.00 per child (all children 12 months and over)
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