little creatures play space & parties, balwyn

Mamma loves watching her little creatures play in a new environment, use their imaginations, share with other kids and enter an entire world of make believe. If that sounds like your cherubs, you will love what is on offer at Little Creatures.

This play space is not your typical indoor play centre with giant slides and climbing frames. Rather, the space is available for your kiddies to explore and make their own mini-worlds. Play shopkeeper at the supermarket, have a tinker at the work bench, dress up in the wardrobe, get prepared at the fire station, climb some soft play blocks, and - the spot you will undoubtably find my kids - the play kitchen making cinos of course! 

There are no hidden corners and children can be supervised from the tables or the couches while Mamma has a coffee. It’s clean, friendly and so colourful! There are activities held within both pre-booked sessions, providing great variety and no doubt, there will always be something new to explore with each visit. 

Have you spotted the famous kids entertainer and yoga extraordinaire Fairy Mary? Mary and her hubby Theo have recently become owners of this great play cafe and they are SO thrilled to have a space of their own to run parties and entertain kids. After 18 years of being a travelling fairy, flying from party to party, this is her new happy place! They have also redeisgned the menu with the help of Simone from Play With Food

Mamma's special mention: Make sure you plan ahead and book in for your session to avoid disappointment at the door!

the nitty gritty

OPEN
Pre-booked sessions
9:30am to 11:30am – play with an activity at 10:30am
12:00pm to 2:00pm – play with an activity at 1:00pm
2:30pm to 4:30pm – no bookings necessary

Weekends are for parties and private bookings

PRICES
1yo+  $10
6-12 months $5
Twins over 12 months old, second child $5
Adults and children under 6 months FREE

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Whitehorse Road, Balwyn

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