VIDEO REVIEW: Crocs Playcentre North Lakes
Crocs Playcentre North Lakes is opening at the end of May and it promises to be a fun and happening place for families on the Northside of Brisbane!
Crocs Playcentre North Lakes
Crocs Playcentre is one of a chain of playcentres across Australia that is bringing air-conditioned, indoor playcentre fun to a new generation of families with small children.
Their play facilities have been designed by one of the leading indoor play specialists and are intended to accommodate children of all ages and they are commited to the safety of your kids.
They have a dedicated babies play section lined with soft play areas and sensory activities to encourage imaginative play.
Their toddler area is separate from the main play area and is designed for four years and under. This area features small slippery slides, a bouncing castle of fun and many more attractions that will have the little ones well entertained.
FREE Playcentre entry at North Lakes on Thursdays
Crocs Playcentre North Lakes is offering FREE entry between 9 – 10am on the first Thursday of the month when you share their post on Facebook. You can follow them on Facebook to ensure you see the post (or go to their page directly and share the post). You will need to show them that you have shared their post upon entry.
Crocs birthday parties
Croc’s Playcentre is a kid’s birthday party venue like no other!
They have a range of exciting themed party rooms for kids, including exclusive interactive party options. Their party packages can be tailored to create the special day your child is dreaming of.
With the choice of selected food options, kid’s activities, kid’s games, parent’s platters and additional extras it looks like an option worth checking out!
Video Review Crocs Playcentre North Lakes
(NOTE: this is NOT the North Lakes playcentre – our review will follow after it officially opens!)
Like all Brisbane playcentres there are rules that are in place for everyone’s safety and to ensure that everyone has a good time! They are mostly common sense things like supervising your kids, no shoes (but you must wear socks), avoid photographing and filming other people’s children and no outside food to be brought into the centre (with the exception of baby food and children’s drink bottles. Special dietary requirements can be catered for by arrangement with management).
Looking for coffee while you are supervising your kids? Many of the Crocs indoor playcentres have a Muffin Break cafe. If they do not, they will have their own cafe instead.
We will be checking out the North Lakes venue very soon, so keep this page handy to see our updates! Visit their Facebook page for more information.