20+ Indoor Playcentres in Melbourne for Kids
If you are asking yourself “Where is a playcentre near me?” you are in luck! We are rounding up the best indoor playcentres in Melbourne for kids. Maybe you are looking for an indoor activity for a rainy day, or a fun place to take the kids on a playdate. You may just want five minutes to yourself so you can have a coffee in peace! Here we are rounding up the best indoor playcentres Melbourne. Keep checking in because we will add more as we try them out!
Melbourne Indoor Playcentres for Kids
To make it easier we have broken this list of playcentres in Melbourne, into 5 parts:
- Indoor Playcentres in Melbourne City
- Indoor Playcentres in Melbourne’s West
- Indoor Playcentres in Melbourne’s North
- Indoor Playcentres in Melbourne’s East
- Indoor Playcentres in Melbourne’s South East
You can find a range of indoor playcentres for babies and toddlers, as well as a range of other indoor playcentres for older kids such as trampoline parks, climbing centres, and creative fun playcentres.
Indoor Playcentres Melbourne City
These indoor playcentres are all based around Melbourne’s CBD, the Docklands, or within a short drive or tram ride from these areas.
Chipmunks Playland, Docklands
Run, jump, slide and climb. Chipmunks Playland is a fun indoor playcentre in Melbourne at the District Docklands for kids. You can find various multi level play structures with dedicated age zones to keep kids of all ages entertained and burning off steam.
Play Central, Port Melbourne
Play Central is an indoor playcentre in Melbourne central designed to be fun for everyone from babies and toddlers, to kids and teens. There is a huge indoor play structure, and designated areas for different ages. You can even find dodgem cars for the older ones.
Indoor Playcentres Melbourne West
These indoor playcentres for kids are all based in the Western suburbs of Melbourne.
Crocs Playcentre, Hoppers Crossing
For those in the West, Crocs Playcentre is a great place to take the kids any time. The play structure is suitable for kids of all ages with a designated soft play area for babies and toddlers and a huge indoor play structure for the older ones.
Tumbles Playhouse, Williamstown
Based in Williamstown this Tumbles playcentre in Melbourne’s West has a three story play structure filled with tunnels, slides ball pit and even a flying fox! For the little one there are jumping castles and also a special toddler zone.
Airoworld Trampoline Park, Altona North
Get ready to jump and play at Airoworld in Altona North. This huge indoor playcentre in Melbourne West provides plenty of fun for all ages. There is a massive trampoline park where kids can bounce around and an inflatable area with jumping castles and slides.
This indoor climbing and play centre in Melbourne’s West is one of the biggest indoor play centres in Australia. At Funtopia, your little monkeys will climb, jump, slide, roll, crawl, burning off their energy while laughing and having fun. Sit back and enjoy a coffee at their in-house restaurant Mr Spriggins, or join in the fun with your kids.
Rabbit Hole Playcentre, Braybrook
One of the biggest indoor playcentres in Melbourne is Rabbit Hole, based in Braybrook. The massive modern space includes a range of different multilevel play zones for different ages including multiple play structures, enormous ball pit, and climbing walls. You have to see this one to believe it.
Indoor Playcentres Melbourne North
These indoor playcentres for kids are all based in the Northern suburbs of Melbourne.
Lollypops Playcentre Bundoora
If you want the kids to burn off some steam, Lollipops Playland in Bundoora is the place to do it! Featuring different play spaces for toddlers and young kids, you will also find a pirate ship ride, a climbing wall, and a Build a Bear workshop on site!
We Rock the Spectrum, Preston
An inclusive indoor playcentre in Melbourne’s North, We Rock the Spectrum provides kids with a fun environment to improve their strength, movement, communication and sensory processing. Their unique equipment helps kids with their overall growth and development.
If you are looking for an all in one playcentre in Melbourne, Latitude is the place to go. You can bounce on the various types of trampolines and clip n climb the climbing walls. Older kids (and parents) can challenge yourselves through The Grid, and for younger ones, you can find a smaller indoor playground.
If you have kids that love LEGO, then the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre in Melbourne is the perfect indoor playcentre to spend the day. Located at Chadstone Shopping Centre, LEGOLAND is the ultimate LEGO playground for kids and families with multiple themed rooms for all ages including a soft play area for little ones.
Go Climb, Coburg
GoClimb is an exciting new indoor climbing centre in Melbourne’s North. With various play zones including Clip ‘n climb, a Ninja Course, and a fun and engaging play centre for the younger ones, kids can be entertained for hours on end.
Indoor Playcentres Melbourne East
These indoor playcentres for kids are all based in the Eastern suburbs of Melbourne.
An indoor playcentre with a difference. Interaxcity is the newest kids museum in Melbourne which is totally dedicated to children. The “No touching” rule doesn’t apply at Interaxcity. Kids are free to explore their creativity and imagination by touching, using, and exploring everything inside! There are various rooms with lots of pretend play and kids where kids can become their favourite community hero.
Monkey Mania, Eastland
Monkey Mania is an exciting indoor playcentre at Eastland with fun play equipment for all ages. You can find inflatable jumping castles, dedicated toddlers areas, foam ball arenas, climbing structures, and multiple slides. Lots of fun to be had for all the kids.
Lollipops Playland Knox
Lollipops Playland and Café Knox features a variety of play spaces for toddlers and young kids, and is the perfect place for your little ones to burn off energy. Run, jump, climb, and then join the Build a Bear workshop to calm down and get creative. A fantastic indoor playcentre in Melbourne East for all ages.
Ninja Parc, Bayswater
Have a Ninja Warrior fan? Then you will love Ninja Parc, the new Ninja Warrior Park in Melbourne. Located in Bayswater, Ninja Parc is more like a ninja playground for kids from preschool to teens. You will find over 20 indoor obstacles with something for all ages. Try out the individual obstacles or challenge yourself to complete the whole course!
Indoor Playcentres Melbourne South East
These indoor playcentres for kids are all based in the South and South Eastern suburbs of Melbourne.
Kid Factory, Dingley
Looking for a fun indoor playcentre in Melbourne’s South for your little ones? Check out the Kid Factory in Dingley Village which has an exciting indoor playground, trampoline park, jumping castle, sports court, and 4 themed party areas.
Paint a Pot
Paint a Pot is an indoor play centre for a calm and quiet morning or afternoon where kids can discover their creative side and get painting. Set in a factory building, just across the highway from Westfield Fountain Gate – the friendly and creative staff at Paint a Pot have something for all ages and abilities.
Hopscotch Play Café
This may just be the most child friendly café in Melbourne! Hopscotch Play Café is a one-of-a-kind indoor play centre and café with a difference. You can find a play space with multiple themed rooms for toddlers and young kids where they can play independently using their imagination. All while mum is sitting back having a coffee!
Silly Seahorse, Chelsea Heights
The Silly Seahorse is a small indoor play centre and Café which is perfect for playdates and mothers groups. It has plenty of play areas for young ones where they can play, climb, ride, jump and slide, all while parents can relax and enjoy a coffee.
Kids Indoor Playcentres Melbourne
Make sure to check in every now and again to see new and fun Indoor Playcentres in Melbourne for Kids as we update this post quite often!
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