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Unlike similar indoor climbing play centres that cater for just the older age bracket, otherwise play centre with small slides, ball pits and soft play zones aimed at younger kids, this gigantic centre combines the two.
Yep, that's right folks, there's a huge multi-level indoor playground for the little ones (age 1 plus) to explore with mazes, crazy mirrors, slides, soft play, ball pits, ball cannons, small climbing walls and a big volcano slide. Plus, a vast range of colourful walls for children over the age of 4 to conquer.
The play area is segregated into Australian themed zones with fun play equipment you'll no doubt recognise; the Sydney Harbour Bridge, a big yellow and green Melbourne tram, a 'Great Barrier Reef' cannonball shooting zone and the mini 'Uluru' climbing wall.
Huge play areas at Funtopia Maribyrnong
In terms of climbing, because that's where the eyes are immediately drawn to in this magnificent play space, kids are invited to scale the heights of some pretty impressive walls, tyres, a beanstalk, volcano, city towers and more.
Book ahead of time and enjoy Funtopia Maribyrnong with your children. You might even get a little time to yourself to enjoy a coffee in Mr Spriggins cafe located within the centre.
Where: Funtopia Maribyrnong, 98-108 Hampstead Rd, Maidstone
When: Open from 9am 7 days a week.
Web:FuntopiaWorld.com.au. Online bookings are highly recommended Facebook:facebook.com/FuntopiaMaribyrnong Cost: Playground and climbing fees differ. Check the website for more info.
Located in both Greenvale and Doncaster, Nature Crew invite you to join them to get back to your roots and to normalise nature play. In a world full of apps, snaps, clicks and likes, let's raise some sprouts, buds, bugs and mites!