Indoor play centres Sunshine Coast style are a GREAT call if the weather’s grim and you’ve got kiddies with energy to burn. We’ve tracked down info on the best ones – here’s where to go!
Indoor play centres Sunshine Coast – Families Magazine’s TOP PICKS!
We’ve hunted high and love to find indoor play centres on the Sunshine Coast, so without further adieu…
Chipmunks Playland & Cafe | Sippy Downs
Phone: (07) 5438 8870
Prices: Under 1’s and adults: Free! 1-2 years: $11.90. 3-11 years: $14.90. Going in on a school day? 1-11 years: $11.90.
Chipmunks has a baby zone (under two years) for easy supervision. Soft shapes, mats, rockers, ball pit and building blocks make this a great choice for teeny tinies.
The toddler zone (under 5 years) can be supervised from the cafe. The revolving chairs and tunnel, as well as the slide and soft piano, are a step up from the baby zone that’ll keep the short crowd STOKED!
The main zone (5-11 years) is almost TOO much fun. Obstacles, levels, ramps, bridges, slides and CANNONS! Whoop whoop!
Click here for more information.
Laserzone | Warana
Laserzone features a world class, multi-level laser tag arena, the best Virtual Reality gaming experience on the Sunshine Coast and a huge prize and video arcade.
Laser Tag is a high-tech sport where players wearing computerised vests or packs and handheld “phasers” attempt to achieve a winning score by tagging opponent players, base stations and other targets within a futuristic multi-level playing arena. For more information click here
Address: 3 Main Drive, Warana, QLD 4575
Ph: 1300 LASERZ or (07) 5493 6333
The Big Boing | Birtinya
Sunshine Coast’s first trampoline park is here. Over 50 interconnected trampolines that offer some serious fund for the whole family.
New Ninja course is opened for 140cm tall patrons, must wear sports shoes. For more information click here. Cost for the course is an additional $8 on top of the jumping cost of $17. If you want to just do the ninja course the cost is $17. $3 for grip socks (which all jumpers need to wear!).
Address: 24C Innovation Parkway Birtinya Qld 4575
Phone: 5493 6015
Noosa Tenpin Bowling and Laser Tag
Noosa Tenpin Bowling and Laser Tag is guaranteed fun for all ages. We’ll keep you entertained on rainy days, on summer days when it’s too hot outside and whenever you want to celebrate a birthday or special occasion.
Address: 7/11 Bartlett Road, Noosaville
Open from 10am every day (except Christmas).
You must make online bookings at least 24 hours ahead.
Ph: 07 5449 8555
Top Shots Fun Park | Maroochydore CLOSED
Jumpin 4 Fun | Kawana – CLOSED
Where: 32 Production Avenue, Warana
Phone: (07) 5493 7999
Prices: 2 hours from $4!
Ok, so, this is seriously one of the best indoor play centres Sunshine Coast has to offer. You’re looking at a giant slide, obstacle courses, a jousting station, a wrecking ball (feel free to impersonate Miley Cyrus) and a ball pit. Filled with 12, 000 balls.
There is also a BUBBLE BALL course (think Zoorb balls) for 6-12 participants depending on availability on the day. There’s a special toddler play course, a cafe area and air-conditioning. Click here for more information.
Skidaddle Indoor Play Centre, Little Mountain (Caloundra) CLOSED
Where: 2 Sydal Street, Little Mountain (Caloundra)
Phone: (07) 5438 2414
Prices: Adults are free, kids are $3-11 (depending on age) and under one’s are free as well!
This is a great play centre for kids aged 0-12 that serves coffee and light, tasty meals. There’s a 4 lane slide and a large structure to explore. Play stations are available for older kids while littlies have a fenced in play area. There’s wireless internet and comfy couches galore! Score. Click here for more information.
Kidzown | Kawana CLOSED
Where: 7/10 Capital Place, Birtinya
Phone: (07) 5493 4690
Coffee onsite! As well as food being onsite as well, your kids can have access to a cool structure maze. They’ve got a high standard of cleanliness as well, which can be a stumbling point for some parents when it comes to play centres! Good choice! Click here for more information.
Indoor play centres Sunshine Coast – what’s your go-to for go-crazy-fun?
If we missed your fave place please be sure to let us know so we can add it to our list!