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Playdays, Doncaster East is the new indoor play area has been designed to provide a safe, fun and enjoyable atmosphere for PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN ONLY.


Children will find Playdays to be challenging, social and best of all FUN !

The Fun Includes :

  • Jumping Castles
  • Home Play Items
  • Soft Play Obstacle Course
  • Soft Play Climbing Tower
  • Ball Play Area
  • Slides
  • Cars
  • 2 Large Ball Ponds
  • Swings
  • Roller Coaster Track
  • Crawlers Soft Play Ring
  • and much more..
While the children play, mums, dads and guardians can relax and enjoy a cappuccino, hot chocolate or perhaps a cold drink and light snack can be purchased. Playdays is NOT a Child Minding Centre. Parents/Guardians are required to be present at all times. Playdays is designed so that YOUR CHILDREN ARE VISIBLE TO YOU AT ALL TIMES whilst they are playing.


Playdays is open:

Monday to Sunday (check with centre regarding public holidays)
9:30am to 4:00pm
Except Fridays from 9:30am to 3:00pm

Closed over Easter: Friday - Monday

Admission: General Public
Under 6 months : $1.00
6 months - under 2 years : $7.00
2 years - under 6 years : $10.00
Adults : FREE

Please note that supervision by parents/guardians is required at all times.

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