Rain, hail and well....more rain! Over the wintry months a little indoorsy action can help everyone through the day, Mamma included. These indoor places to go in Melbourne's East will hit their mark when it comes to blowing off steam and your troops are welcome to bounce and climb walls to their hearts content at these fab places. There are plenty to choose from plus we are adding to this page all the time so Mamma says save it for a rainy day!
Cafe Kids Boutique is a little winner! A cafe with a playspace made for kids - and their loved ones of course! The cafe is tucked on the cinema end of Hewish Road and is loved by the locals.
Mamma is always on the hunt for a place for Bubs to play while she enjoys nice hot latte, a piece of lemon slice and gossip with a girlfriend.
Ever walked into a place that is just perfect for a little play. Mamma has - Littlecinos!
This is a first! The VERY first Monkey Mania Play Centre in Myer and it is right here in Melbourne's east. Forget the old Myer book section, cafe and tv zone, because it is now full of FUN and child's play! A super roomy play centre with a structure ideal for your juniors.
Attention all action seekers! There is a GREAT indoor activity zone that you HAVE to try!
Crazy Climb has now opened its doors to some crazy rock climbing fun for all ages! Well, from ages 4 - 94; but toddlers and babies don't miss out on the fun - as it is in the same complex as the wonderful Lollipops play centre!
This library is so beautiful - you could almost spend all day here!
Grab a book and read along with Mamma!
What happens when you have half an inflatable zone and half a trampoline park? A crazy amount of FUN!
If your kids are fans of a good slide then Slides is a no brainer!
Unleash the ninja warriors and fly like a bird at the bounciest place in the east!
Every playcentre we visit seem to find gets bigger and bigger.
A cinema like no other - for kids - designed by kids - enjoyed by big and little kids! And Vjunior opens at KNOX on September 22nd!
When the weather gets wetter and the kids need a space to run and have a play under the sea ... head to Crocs!
An indoor playcentre that is designed for your little rascals!
GRAND OPENING Saturday May 27, 2017 - We give the Montrose Town Square two thumbs up!
Everything is awesome! This is definitely worth a visit if there is a LEGO lover in your life; they will feel like they have stepped into their wildest dream!
There is a new library in Lilydale!
August 12 - September 3: Disney Princess Film Festival
Mamma loves drinking from her Robert Gordon mugs ... now you can paint your own!
There are so many aquatic adventures to be had at this space - indoor AND outdoor!
An indoor playcentre in a shopping centre is always going to be a winner
Knox Leisureworks is awesome for the little ones.
Welcome to the latest and greatest addition to Melbourne Museum - The Children's Gallery
You might find it difficult to find a library that wallpaper more beautiful or more Aussie than Camberwell Library.
Why just bounce when you can have a total ball! Jump deck is a local favourite and the ideal place to tire out a toddler as well as a Mamma!
There is plenty of variety to Yoyo's Playland that will keep your little takers busy on an indoor play day.
AWESOME FUN is now SPROUTS PLAYCENTRE - Indoor play for those days you have to find somewhere out of the house! Come and visit Thomas and the ROCKETSHIP!
Great cafe, plenty of play to be had at Planet Kids!
Inflatable World is a magical world full of more jumping, sliding, sticking, jousting, running and bouncing than you can poke a stick at!
Aquanation is the latest and greatest place for water play in Melbourne’s East!
Back in the old walls of Waverley Park and above the Hawks Nest is a dedication to all things brown and gold.
Air Action is a big, bright and bouncy. There are 160 trampolines in this big building and you can't help but jump on one or three!
This playspace is not your typical indoor playcentre with giant slides and climbing frames. Rather the space is available for your kids to explore their own mini-world.
This indoor adventure and trampoline centre has got it ALL and the kids will be bouncing all the way back out to the car!
This family run complex is an independent cinema that has modest size theatres, kid friendly films on the bill and fantastic ticket prices!
Well in this case - the name says it all - this place is tonnes of fun! This indoor party and extreme adventure venue is guaranteed to satisfy all of the daredevils in your family.
Little kids run free and jump all day on Friday at Pumped Up Inflatable Sports!
A community house with a stack of activities, a stack of joy and a stack of heart.
It's a jungle out there! There is a lot of monkey business and fun to be had at this jungle inspired play centre.
This enormous building that once was a church hall, then the Apollo Theatre and a function centre, is now where the local mums and their bubs head to when the weather turns for indoor play.
The library has had a shuffle and gained a new entry - a big beautiful sliding door, making the library more accessible to all including those prams!
Mamma could play for days at PLAYDAYS! Such an incredible space, perfect for toddlers and a brilliant variety of equipment.
Whoever had the idea to put a playcentre in a homemakers shopping centre - you deserve a pat of the back!
One of the first BIG playcentres that Mamma has visited in her motherhood journey and it is pretty amazing.
Take the stairs or open the 'doors' to the lift up to level 2 where you will find the children's story room - it is beautiful.
Well what can I say. This place is pretty ACE! An indoor play centre that will entertain all of the kids - even the big, big ones!
Mamma has stumbled upon the most colourful place in the East. We are talking rainbow explosion! Clip ‘n Climb in Berwick is rock climbing and vertical challenges at it’s highest and most crazy.
Go Wild Party and Playcentre makes transitioning into the indoor playground world nice and easy.
As play centres go - this Lollipop's is a ripper! Massive spaces at both ends of the shed with big and little kids appreciated equally.
What better way to learn about caring for sick animals, than through play!
The Yarra Ranges has a pretty interesting history. The Regional Museum is the place to go for all of the history buffs out there!