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Treehouse Play and Cafe, Bibra Lake

by Alyce B (follow)
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UPDATE: In April 2016 the Treehouse re-opened as Squids Playcentre. The new website can be found here and all the equipment will be upgraded and replaced.

Treehouse Indoor Play and Café is located in Bibra Lake and I took my boys there to escape from the Perth Summer. I find they get serious cabin fever being indoors for too long, and that is how we ended up at the Treehouse.

This play centre caters for a large age range- from crawlers to 14 year olds. It has a spacious café area with plenty of tables and highchairs, a section for under 4’s, an area for the bigger kids and a rock climbing wall at the back.

There are plenty of carparks, a change table, highchairs and a menu that caters for kids and adults. The coffee was delicious as well, which is always a plus.

My two had a fantastic time in the little kid’s section which included a trampoline, ball pit and slides. Please note, there is no gate to keep your children in the specific toddler area though, my two kept escaping and running through the café.

Entry is free for babies under 1, $9 for toddlers aged 1-4 and $12 for the bigger kids. This gives you unlimited play, so you can stay as long as you like. As with most playcentres, children must wear socks at all times.

The Treehouse offers great birthday party packages and runs a playgroup during school term also, details of which can be found on their website.

With the yummy food and snacks, and the variety of equipment for different ages, this is a great place to take the kids on a day you need to get out of the house.

My two came home exhausted and happy to be out of the house and that is why the Treehouse Play and Café is definitely worth a look this school holidays.

Essential Information
Treehouse Play and Cafe is located at 6 Sphinx Way, Bibra Lake
Phone: 9418 7776
Hours: 9am-3pm Monday to Friday (9am-4pm in the school holidays), 10am- 4:30pm Saturdays and 1pm-5pm Sundays
Party bookings: 1treehouseparty@gmail.com
Cost: Free for under 1's, 1-4 year olds-$9, 4 and up-$12
Website: Treehouse Play and Cafe

UPDATE: In April 2016 the Treehouse re-opened as Squids Playcentre. The new website can be found here and all the equipment will be upgraded and replaced.

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