Treehouse Indoor Playcentre and Cafe

Published by: Buggybuddys on 6th Mar 2013 | View all blogs by Buggybuddys

by Buggybuddys member Jacqui

26 Sphinx Way, Bibra Lake, Perth WA 6163

Phone: 9418-7776

Admission (unlimited play)
Crawlers under  1 – Free
Toddlers 1-4yrs - $9
Big Kids 5-14yrs - $12
Guardians/Adults – Free

Opening Hours
School Term
Monday – Friday  9am-2pm
Saturday-Sunday  10am-5pm

School Holidays
Monday – Friday 9am-5pm
Saturday-Sunday 10am-5pm
Closed Public Holidays

Buggybuddys mum Jacqui went along to the Treehouse Indoor Playcentre and Cafe and wrote this great review for us.

My 3yr old & I decided to checkout the newest indoor playcentre South of the River tucked away in the industrial estate in Bibra Lake and we were impressed, she loved it and I enjoyed the coffee.


It’s a huge space.  Plenty of room for prams and all tables with a view of the play sections plus a few comfy couches closer to the babies play area. 

For the older kids there is an entertainment area with a Wii & Xbox set up.
 There are 4 themed party rooms available ... a treehouse, fairies, superheroes and very cool disco room!!


The play areas are separated into 3 areas.  There is a padded area with swings and the deepest ball pit of fun I have ever seen and the kids loved.  Head down the slide and swim through the balls.  

There is trampolines, swings and at the back a grassed area with basketball hoops & soccer nets.  

Over in the older kids area there is a super slide and layers of the ball shooters.  Lots to climb, plenty of space to run and wear the little legs out.

The age limited is up to 12yrs but personally, other than the Wii & Xbox, I think kids from 7/8years would be bored.  Fantastic for the 3/4/5 age groups and perfectly suited for them.  

I am a huge fan and can see myself & Miss 3 spending quite a lot of time here.

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  • Cabataol
    by Cabataol 1 year ago
    Went today with a friend between us we had a 3 yr old, 2 (nearly 3) 16 month and 9 month old. Was disappointed with the huge lack of parking available especially considering it was raining having to park up the road and walk was frustrating. Easy to get a table, food was reasonably priced and staff were lovely. The play area however is very small and seems all jammed in one end of the room. Great to see so many parents supervising and interacting with their kids but this made the play area SO packed it was uncomfortable to be in there. I spent more time encouraging my daughter to come out and sit and have a drink than to play. The equipment did look great and inviting but my kids were too intimidated by the huge volume of people jammed into such a small space to actually enjoy the equipment. Won't be rushing back.
  • Celesti
    by Celesti 1 year ago
    Went today with a nearly 5 year old and a 16 month old. Huge lack of parking. Lack of supervision in the toddler area which was the cause for a lot of tears.
    Drinks and food were good but we wount be back.
  • Inga
    by Inga 9 months ago
    Went there today with my 4 year old. Found it really noisy with loud music over not-so-good speakers (muddled, loud sound) as well as noise from the high-pressure-air guns in the older-kids area. After two hours my brain felt really tired - why do playcentres have to be so noisy (and have banging hard-rock music)?
    The toddler area was good and my daughter enjoyed that. While the area for older kids is clearly marked with 'suitable for over 6 year olds' and has very steep slides etc. So for my daughter that was too scary.
    The staff were helpful and friendly, the place seemed clean and was very spacious. Not crowded today even with a birthday party there.
    Overall, we'll try a different centre next time that hopefully is quieter.
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