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The Best Indoor Play Centres in Brisbane

December 18, 2023

On the quest to find the perfect venue for your child’s next party? Look no further! We’ve curated a list of the best kid-approved party spots across Brisbane, making sure that your celebration is nothing short of spectacular.

With numerous Play Centres to choose from, each boasting its own unique features, you’re sure to discover one in your vicinity or venture to a different area. Whether you’re in search of whimsical wonderlands, action-packed adventures, or enchanting spaces that ignite the imagination, we’ve combed the city to present you with a diverse selection of the best play centres catering to every age and interest. Say goodbye to the dreary days of rain and the scorching heat waves of summer with our comprehensive guide to the best indoor play centres in Brisbane.

1. Pinwheel Cafe: Where Socks are the Passport to Play

Located at Unit 4, 583-585 Kessels Rd, Macgregor, Pinwheel Cafe is a haven for children aged 0-8. From kids’ meals to breakfast and lunch options, this venue caters to all tastes. Hosting up to 80 people, this venue insists on socks from the entrance and prohibits outside food. Opt for venue hire at $100 (refundable deposit) with advance notice. Choose from 3 hours for venue hire, 2 hours for basic party room hire, or 3 hours for the Pinwheel party room. Unique features that sets this play centre apart is their jumping castle, a role-playing kids’ kitchen, a ball pit with projector games, and a stellar menu setting!

2. Creamhouse Cafe: Whimsical Wonderland for Tiny Tots and Big Kids

Tucked away at Shop 10 / 18 Wynne Street, Sunnybank Hills, Cream House is a sprawling 500m2 haven for kids under 6 and even the bigger ones who love touchable screen games. Our extensive menu boasts classic breakfast options, special pasta, fried rice, risotto, pizza, salads, and delectable sides for the little ones. With a maximum capacity of 100, our venue offers free entry but strictly no BYO. Weekends require a $660 venue fee for exclusive bookings. Choose from whole venue hire or big group bookings on both weekdays and weekends, ensuring the perfect time for every celebration at Cream House!

3. Jugar: A Culinary Playground for Young Hearts

Nestled at 71 Jane St, West End, Jugar seamlessly blends Spanish-inspired dining with an urban play space. Catering to ages 6 months to 6 years (with older ones welcome), this venue boasts paella as their signature dish. Accommodating up to 250 guests, they also offer two function rooms, free play space (with no charges during dining), and flexible booking hours. Now, what sets them apart from the other play centres? A soundproof play area for babies, a curated play space for stationary play, and the charm of being a “Restaurant with a side of play”!

4. Chipmunks Loganholme: Adventures Unleashed

Discover the ultimate indoor playground at Chipmunks Loganholme, situated at Hyperdome Home Centre. Welcoming kids aged 0–11, this multi-level play structures and mega slides ensure endless fun. With a cafe offering diverse and delicious options, they accommodate up to 250 guests. Alcohol-free and available for private hire, Chipmunks Loganholme offers two packages: Hire Only at $990 and Catered at $1290. The choice is yours for 2.5 hours of exclusive play, a sound system, and assistance for setup and cleaning.

5. Jungle Adventure Play: Adventure Awaits for All Ages

Discover The Jungle Tribe at 31 Proprietary St, Tingalpa, where the adventure unfolds for little ones of 6 months to adults. With a licensed, chef-run in-house restaurant, our menu caters to all tastes. From standard birthdays on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to full venue hires on Monday to Friday afternoons, we accommodate your celebration needs. Hosting 500+ guests, our play centre offers activities like Tribal Climb, Jungle Jump, and Mini Golf Safari. No restrictions, optional charges starting from $14, and a unique blend of fun await you at The Jungle Tribe. 

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