Calling all mums of young children 0–5 years old… A fantastic new play centre has opened in Joondalup and we’re predicting it’s going to be popular!
Little Sweet Play Centre is small but the perfect size for keeping an eye on your little ones while they play. The contained space allows plenty of room for the toddlers to have fun, while the mums/carers supervise from the alongside café.
Little Sweet Play Centre is a family run business. The friendly owner is a mum of three and she understands the needs of small children and their carers. She visualised a play centre where small children could not get lost or stampeded by older kids (as tends to happen in the big play centres). Mum can actually sit down for a few minutes and know where her child is at all times.
While we were there, there were a few mums with small babes in arms, letting their toddlers have a blast while they put up their feet for a bit. Prams can be accommodated but space is a bit tight. There is a Baby Change Facility, as well as two toilets.
Little Sweet is also a party hire business, so they specialise in fun age appropriate play equipment. Much of the equipment in the play centre will be rotated on a regular basis, making return visits interesting for the children.
When we visited, the bright and colourful play area had a good variety of fun play equipment:
Bouncy Castle (safe netting ensuring no falling out)
Ball Pond with steps up to it (kids were loving jumping into the balls)
Two Rollercoaster Ride-ons
Assorted Rockers, Ride-ons (with petrol pumps) and Push-along toys
Soft play shapes for building and climbing
The café serves delicious coffees from a proper Italian machine, and cold soft drinks and juice boxes are available too. The limited menu focuses on kid-friendly eats at great prices – such as giant Happy Face biscuits ($2), popcorn bags ($2), caramel slice ($3), raisin toast ($4) and toasties/sandwiches (ranging from $2-$5: vegemite/jam/sprinkles/ham/cheese)
Little Sweet Play Centre may be small but it packs a punch and my 3-year-old did NOT want to leave!
TIPS: It is near Bouncers. The play centre is tucked away from the street down the side of the building. There is limited parking but you can also park on Winton Rd itself as it’s a short walk to the entrance.
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