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HOT: Lollipops Playland and Crazy Climb, Noble Park North

Lollipops Playland and Crazy Climb in Noble Park North together form one of the biggest indoor play centres in Melbourne.

Lollipops Noble Park is part of the indoor play centre franchise and caters for kids from birth to about 13.  Crazy Climb is a 26 climb venue for people from 4-94, covering off the rest of the family.

The play centre is spacious, clean and has lots of fun features including numerous slides….

…a ball pit/ball cannon…

….and even a ride-on car which spins and turns! 

The arcade games cost extra.

The play centre has an onsite cafe and almost all the seating has good sight lines of the play structure. You’re not allowed to BYO food (baby food and formula excepted) and there are high chairs, toilets and change facilities.

For the toddlers there is a large soft play area with slides, foam blocks and small climbing frame, plus a very popular water fall. As we're the first ones to arrive to the play centre Baby 2.0 is allowed to go on the equipment but normally it's strictly for children 3 and under.

For peace of mind on entry each child is given a security wristband and you must provide the matching security tag on exit.

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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.

Crazy Climb is available every hour with supervision. Climbers explore the ‘Fun Walls' system at their own pace found at other indoor play centres such as Rabbit Hole, Funtopia and TunzaFun Extreme.

The climbing area is separately gated and supervised and only people who are climbing are allowed into the space.

Lollipops/Crazy Climb also cater for parties with five themed party rooms ranging from disco, jungle, princess, superheroes and space.

Lollipops Playland Noble Park and Crazy Climb is an easy and cheap indoor outing and I recommend it if you’re local to the area. They often run specials during the school day when it's a bit quieter.

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HOT Tips:

  • Pram-friendly;
  • Free off-street 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;
  • Party rooms and packages available;
  • Air-conditioned;
  • security wristbands for every child;
  • If you’re a regular visitor buy 10 entry pass for $70, valid at any Lollipops Playcentre for any day (including weekends and public holidays);
  • If you buy a Small Ideas membership you get buy 1 get 1 free entry.

I hope this post has helped or inspired you! Subscribe to my weekly newsletter to find out more ways for your family to have fun together!

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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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