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HOT: Latitude, Heidelberg West

Latitude Melbourne is a huge trampoline park, climbing park and indoor play centre all rolled into one in West Heidelberg. So if you’re Looking for a play centre Heidelberg might have the right one for you.

Latitude Melbourne trampolines

I had assumed that Latitude play centre was only aimed at older kids. In fact, they also have a fantastic under 5s play area for toddlers and preschoolers! I am invited to bring 3.5 year old Baby 2.0 for a test run.

Latitude Melbourne Heidelberg West

Latitude Melbourne‘s Kids Zone is set out into three main sections.

Latitude West Heidelberg boy playing in playground

There’s a gated padded area with a play centre style adventure playground structure complete with slides, ball pits and ride on toys.

Latitude West Heidelberg boy playing with toy car

The second section is a mini trampoline park… The Latitude bounce filled trampoline park is a perfect place for kids to hop around freely.

Latitude Trampoline Park children playing
Latitude Melbourne

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…the third section is a toddler climbing wall hanging over a foam pit. Scrambling in and out of the foam pit is enough to tire out any toddler! Kids will surely love this jump and climb Melbourne gem.

Latitude Melbourne
Latitude Melbourne

For parents there’s also a parents’ change room, bench seating and small tables and chairs to rest and pram parking.

Latitude Melbourne

The rest of the Latitude Air indoor play area features a vast trampoline park (some of which are equipped with slow-motion cameras!), dodgeball, basketball lanes, a giant airbag, rock climbing walls, a 9m high bungee tower and flying fox, slack line and gladiator-style battle beam and a high ropes slack line obstacle course.

Latitude Melbourne

Plus, don’t miss Latitude’s newest attraction is ‘The Grid’.  The ninja-parkour inspired course calls on its challengers to swing, vault, jump, free run and catapult yourself through multiple obstacles. There are parkour obstacles, a bouldering challenge, tightrope test and warped walls. You’ll surely want to keep this on your list fun of Melbourne playgrounds.

Latitude Melbourne

When you need a break there’s BaseCamp Cafe upstairs, with seating that provides expansive views over the whole arena. The menu includes hot dogs, salads, sandwiches, cakes and coffee, a step up from the standard indoor play centre fare.

On weekdays access to the Latitude Melbourne Kids Zone is $10 for an unlimited period of time and Baby 2.0 thoroughly exhausts himself after an hour. On weekends, public holidays and school holidays access is $10 for 1 hour, with sessions starting on the hour.

One general session at Latitude Melbourne goes for 60 minutes and bookings are highly recommended, particularly for busy periods such as weekends and school holidays. You can buy multi-passes if you’re a frequent visitor. At Latitude Heidelberg party packages which are very popular are also available.

Latitude opening hours on Weekdays are usually from 10 am to 7pm and can be found at 590 waterdale road, heidelberg 3081. Latitude Melbourne prices are $20 for your first hour plus $13 for an aditional hour.

Latitude Heidelberg is sure to be a hit with kids and parents, whether you’re local or not. It’s a smooth operation, with a large range of activities in air-conditioned comfort, music at an appropriate level, scrupulously clean and fast service.

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text el_class=”thon-hot-tips-panel”]Tips for Latitude Melbourne:

  • Latitude Melbourne holds kids parties and group/corporate event catering;
  • Air-conditioning and heating inside;
  • Free parking on site;
  • Cafe on site;
  • free open lockers for shoes in the central corridor plus some secure lockers ($2 per locker)
  • General entry sessions are 60 minutes starting on the hour every hour;
  • Access to Latitude Melbourne Kids Zone is unlimited;
  • Latitude Melbourne‘s Kids Zone is only for children 5 years and under;
  • Only children 110cm over can access the general play area;
  • Latitude grip socks are required $2.50 and yours to keep;
  • Enclosed shoes are required for climbing activities;
  • Water fountains available.

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About Joyce Watts

Joyce Watts is a former intellectual property, IT and media lawyer turned serial entrepreneur.

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.

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