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#51 bvking

Posted 16 June 2009 - 07:34 AM

Hi guys,

I found a great spot to get together with frinds if you have little ones! It's the Royal Mail Hotel on Wynnum Rd at Tingalpa. They have a free indoor playroom with lots of toys and heaps of space in an enclosed area! Not super crowded like other playlands that charge an arm and a leg to get in. Plus they have a good menu for mums and kids not to mention pretty good coffee for just $3.50. Its open Mon to Thurs 9am to lunch I think! Worth a look if your after a place to go with your kiddies.

#52 kyles79

Posted 24 June 2009 - 06:55 AM

Go Wild in Strathpine on Gympie Rd is awesome - it's our favourite, but yeah depends where you live.  We are in Ferny Hills but take the time to drive there coz it's so awesome! www.gowild.com.au I think is the web address.  It's got an enclosed area for 1-3 year olds and then big kids area is huge!  They have good food and coffees there too. Another good one is Scallywags in Virginia on Sandgate Road.  There are also some great parks too! New Farm park is great! I was just there yesterday and had forgotten it was there and my DS loved it! Also KidsSpace at Chermside is great too.

#53 Steggles

Posted 24 June 2009 - 07:04 AM

We really like Rowdy Rascals at Jindalee Homemaker centre. I have found the cafe to have a good assortment of food (with many healthier options for kids, unlike one other playcentre which had 1 choice - an apple  nno.gif ), the toilets are clean, play area is large, and there is ample seating. (we generally book so we can be close to the infant area if we have infants).

We are also BIG Rocks Riveside fans. The waterplay area is great (but abit chilly at the moment).

#54 pinkypie20

Posted 28 July 2009 - 02:26 PM

There is a new thing called Rhyme Time at Centro Albany shopping centre at Albany Creek which started last week called Rhyme Time.  It's on every second Tuesday at 9.30am and there is a different theme each week.  Last week was the first one and it was fabulous.  The theme was Toys and they had Andy from Rageddy Ann and also Lu Lu the Clown Doll singing, dancing and reading stories to the kids.  The next one is on next Tuesday (4 Aug) and the theme is Pirates.  Def worth a look if you are in the area!

#55 almondandpeanut

Posted 26 December 2009 - 01:52 PM

Lone Pine Koala Santurary
Daisy Hill Koala lookout  
Boondall Wetlands (don't go by your self)

#56 Keira05

Posted 09 November 2013 - 03:47 AM

There are various things in their not only the playground, also many places where you can go with your friends and have fun.

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