Lollypops Playland

Lollypops Playland

This is a good indoor play arena that I have taken my girls to. I have been to a few of them and this would have to be the best so far. My daughters loved the Tea Cup ride and the massive play structure.

As a parent, Lollypops playland is a life saver not just for those days when kids are stuck indoors on a rainy afternoon but also a great venue for hosting birthday parties. I’ve had a few of my daughters birthdays celebrated at lollypops not just in Australia but New Zealand as well and I’ve always found the service to be good and the kids have a blast every time.

Address: 68 Beechboro Road South, Bayswater, 6053

Website: http://www.lollipopsplayland.com.au/

Inside the play center there are allocated areas for different age groups from babies right up to kids of age 11.

The venue has onsite parking, air conditioning, toilets and a large café with plenty of seating area.

There is so much for the kids to do including giant slides, bouncy castles, tea cup ride, huge play structures, code red laser (similar to laser tag suitable for 6 year olds and up), and an 8 metre high climbing wall (which you do need to pay extra for). You can stay all day and the prices you pay are not based on the hour like some places.

We all know toddlers love jumping, climbing and rolling so they’re gonna love the soft toddler play area that’s suitable for 0-5 years and includes a play structure with slide, tunnel and climbing foam obstacle course. It’s also fenced so they can’t escape and there is plenty of soft mat area for crawlers.

Lollipops is well known for its tea cup rides and they are extremely popular with the kids. They run every half hour and they usually announce on the speakerphone when the ride will begin. They allow 4 kids in one teacup and its just a great thrill for them.

There is a nice café onsite which is reasonably priced and is set up at the far end near the rock climbing wall. They sell hot and cold food which includes cake slices, cookies, grilled sandwiches, chips and nuggets (my girls favourite), chips and calamari, pies and sausage rolls. It really has a lot of choices.

The last time we were there it did take quite a long time till we finally got our food which was pretty annoying especially when you have the kids complaining their hungry every 2 minutes. I’m hoping it was only that day they had staff issues but we had gone during the school holidays so you would expect them to be prepared for the busy rush and have more staff working that day, this is the only negative.

Facilities

  • fully air-conditioned venue
  • dedicated toddlers area
  • giant slides
  • bouncy castles
  • huge climbing structure
  • ball pit
  • tea cup ride
  • An 8 metre high rock wall!
  • Onsite café
  • code red laser (suitable for ages 6 and up)
Lollypops Playland

Lollypops Playland

At the end of Lollypops is the main attraction for the older kids and that’s the huge play structure. Once the kids are up it’s hard to get them back down. My girls love sitting inside the blue helicopter at the top and finding your way up there is a real fun way for the kids to explore and overcome the obstacles that involves kids to climb various structures, go through rotating poles. There are two huge slides (yellow and blue) but what i don’t like about these slides that im sure other parents will agree with are the bumps along the way. They hurt! Towards the far left of the structure is the Drop Slide. It’s pretty steep so it’s more suited for little older kids.

The structue also has a mini flying fox, huge ball pit and best of all are the shooting ball guns that the kids LOVE! It requires kids to gather lots of balls and them load their guns and fire them into the air. There are some other great pieces of play equipment in this area too including a massive bucket, which drops the balls when a button is pressed.

Pricing

There are two different pricing option and if you come during school hours then it’s more cheaper. Here are the entry fees.

School day special
Kids age 2 and over pay $11.90
Kids age 11 to 23 months pay $8.90
Kids under 11 months are FREE
Adults pay $3.50 and includes a free coffee or drink.

Regular price
Kids age 2 and over pay $14.90
Kids age 11 to 23 months pay $11.90
Kids under 11 months are FREE
Adults pay $3.50 and includes a free coffee or drink.

Rock Climbing
$2 single climb
$5 for 3 climbs

Unlike some places that charge for the hour, you stay as long as you like. Children under one enter free and the centre is open 7 days a week.

Birthday Parties

I would recommend a party here anytime. Ive found the staff to be helpful and always cater to our needs. They have different menu options that you can choose from and you can even order the cake from them. We usually take our own but they do provide the candles and the knife.

There are 4 themed party rooms to choose from which have been hand painted by a talented artists. The party host takes care of everything so it really is a stress free party for the parents. They will even cut the cake and serve it to all the kids. My girls have had a a few lollypops parties and all of them have been a success with the girls having enjoyed themselves so much.
Each room has a huge long table decorated with party themed decor with a special royal chair for the special birthday girl or boy. Themes include Enchanted Castle, Monkey Jungle and Under the Sea Candy Kingdom.

Opening times

Monday to Friday – 9am – 6pm
Saturday & Sunday – 9am – 6pm

What to bring

Don’t forget your socks they must be worn at all times otherise you will need to purchase them on site. Bring water kids get very thirsty.

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