Jelly Bean Play Land Review
[ EDITOR’S NOTE 14 September 2017: Jelly Bean Play Land is now LITTLE ROCKETS PLAY CAFE and it is undergoing changes – the foam pit and trampolines pictured above have been removed and are being replaced with something else]
Jelly Bean Playland was a lovely surprise – in fact, it was brilliant and has instantly moved in to being one of our favourite indoor play centres.
Jelly Bean Playland was a lovely surprise, in fact, it was brilliant and has instantly moved in to being one of our favourites Indoor Playcentres. It is fantastic for the Western Suburbs and I know that if we lived there, we would be there a lot.
There was a huge range of different parts of the play land to explore, so much so that our kids essentially dumped us from the moment we got there, only coming backs for gulps of water, in between running. They were asking to go back today.
Why is it great?
Air-Conditioned Building that was wonderful on a very hot day.
Multi level enclosed playground, with a huge number of different entrances and tasks to explore.
4 Giant Slides and windy slide to get down.
Babies from walking age up will be able to negotiate.
Baby Travelators – these are fantastic and every child there adored them, they are slow moving and they can sit, stand or lie on pieces of rubber mat to get down.
Separate enclosed Toddler area for Babies to Toddlers – this was fantastic, lots of different shapes to move, a central ball pen that has foam steps and slides surrounding.
Excellent Toilet and Change Facilities.
Coffee (It was good and deserves a separate line)
Excellent Food Selection, including a fantastic menu with delicious sounding Asian food. We snacked on Prawn Crackers and had coffee as we went to the afternoon $5 session (fantastic for wearing out the little ones before bed).
The best part, it was really clean, normally our biggest issue with indoor play spaces but this one was excellent and it is also not very old.
Oh and they have free WiFi (for when you are ditched by your toddlers because they are having so much fun).
Just that we don’t like coin operated vending machines in play places. It’s basically just annoying, I lie and say that I have no coins….
Adelaide’s Indoor Play Centres & Cafes
Rainy days. Scorching hot days. There are times when it’s just not practical to play outside, but kids need somewhere to burn off energy without running around the living room! View our list of Indoor Play Cafes in Adelaide.
For more information and all enquiries please visit the Little Rockets Play Cafe website.
What: Jelly Bean Play Land (Now Little Rockets Play Cafe)
When: Monday – Thursday, Saturday & Sunday 9am-5pm | Friday 9am-9pm
Where: 86-96 Trimmer Parade, Seaton
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