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Crocs Playcentre Derrimut

HOT: Crocs Playcentre, Derrimut

Crocs Playcentre Derrimut is the newest addition to the Crocs franchise chain of indoor play centres all over Australia.

Crocs Derrimut Playcentre

Being relatively new the equipment is clean and the spacious location is not overrun on the rainy weekday we visit.

The play centre is one large room with good sightlines to most areas. There’s only one gated entry/exit and the space is clean and well-lit.

If your kids are comfortable with most of the equipment then you can confidently sit down and enjoy a break while they climb, jump, slide and ride (free wifi available!).

Crocs Derrimut Playcentre

Baby 2.0 begs to go on one of the motorised electric race cars ($2 a ride) then most enjoys riding the tricycles.

Crocs Derrimut Playcentre

In the Jungle themed play area there are your usual inflatables, tadalafil slides and climbing structures as well as a gated area for kids under 4 years (which requires active adult supervision).

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Crocs Derrimut Playcentre

The Muffin Break on site is an addition that’s a step above your standard play centre fare.

Crocs Derrimut Playcentre

You’re not allowed to BYO food (baby food and formula excepted) and there are high chairs.  The toilets are remarkably clean and stylish, with a kid-sized toilet as well, and the change facilities are in a different room so both men AND women can do the changing!

Crocs play centre in Derrimut is a cut above your usual play centre and recommended if you’re local to the area. Access is easy and there’s free parking on site.

HOT Tips:

  • Pram-friendly;
  • Free unlimited off-street parking parking;
  • Entry fee includes unlimited play. No need to book;
  • Children and adults must wear socks. No socks no play;
  • You cannot BYO food and drinks, baby food and formula excepted;
  • High chairs, kids menu;
  • Change facilities;
  • Free wifi;
  • Party rooms and packages available;
  • Reserve a table for a minimum of 4 mums or dads Monday to Friday and receive $8 all day play (except school and public holidays or after 3pm on special event nights). Bookings essential;
  • FREE ENTRY between 9.30 – 10.30am on the first Thursday of the month when you share their post on Facebook;
  • Kids Disco Nights on 3rd Friday of every month from 5pm (except Dec        and Jan);
  • If you’re a regular visitor buy 10 entry pass for $80, valid at any Crocs Playcentre for any day (including weekends and public holidays).
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As well as being the founder of TOT: HOT OR NOT she helps businesses with their SEO, email marketing & social media as BrightSmart.com.au; she owns an online bike store CycleStyle.com.au and develops and produces creative experiences for families via WheelieGoodFun.com. She used to publish another popular lifestyle and food blog called MEL: HOT OR NOT The decisive guide to Melbourne.

She lives in inner-city Melbourne with her husband, two children and seven bikes.

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Great centre for young kids and parties. The adults have fun also. You can’t bring in any food or drinks though. Good huge playground out of the elements. Can get very warm though.

  2. I want to revisit at Croc’s Playcentre with my friends. It was such a great experience playing in Croc’s Playcentre.

  3. Coffee and Muffin Break at Croc’s Play Centre made me really relaxed. Kids got engaged with their favourites games. So much Fun with WOW factors and something special to taste. I really love the place.

  4. Fantastic combination of party and play….! A nice spot to spend weekend with kids. My kids celebrate every moment when I really relax with the cup of coffee on my lips.

  5. We love this place on a cold, wet, miserable Melbourne Day. It’s a big play centre with jumping castle, massive slide, steep drop slide, indoor little bike track, fenced indoor infant play area, many obstacle courses and a cafe with some yum and cheap food.

  6. Play centers for children in North Lake region are scarce and so I am glad that croc’s playcentre is opening here soon. I have seen the one in Derrimut and I know my kids will enjoy it a lot.

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