With all this relentless winter rain, Sydney parents are looking for activities to entertain their brood. One place worth taking the tiny tots is The Wiggles themed Wiggly Play Centre; littlies will love it and so will their parents as the adults can relax while their kids run wild.
There’s plenty for the kids to do, like driving their own big red cars, exploring the multi-level adventure playground, watching Wiggles movies, swimming in the ball pits, and busting out some Wiggles tunes in the karaoke room!
Parents with young children can rest easy too, as a toddler area ensures they’ll stay safe away from the bigger kids.
So with everything taken care of, what will the parents do? How does relaxing with a magazine or book in the lounge area sound? Or what about chatting over a coffee in the Yummy Yummy Café?
The Wiggly Play Centre is perfect for parties or get togethers. Kids will love the Wiggly Disco Parties, held from 6 pm on the last Friday of the month. Or your group could take over one of the fantastic themed party rooms. Choose from The Wiggles House, Under Sea Adventure, Space Room, Disco Party, and Fairy Theme. Of course all parties include plenty of food, drinks, and a birthday cake.
Sydney has two Wiggly Play Centres which open daily: one at Seven Hills and the newest at Villawood. They are recommended for kids under 10 years. Kids’ entry starts at $10.50, while adults pay $4.
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The Wiggly Play Centre Villawood
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