Opening only a few weeks ago, the Minipilly play centre is set to be our new 'rainy day', energy-burn solution.
The Minipilly play centre is inspired by Brisbane's Western suburbs and includes iconic landmark sections such as the Brisbane River, Walter Taylor Bridge, and Mt Coot-tha.
We went on a rainy day as we all had a touch of cabin fever and Minipilly did not disappoint. The space is filled with brand new, awesome toys including a range of ride-on cars, trikes and planes, so your kids cans hoon along 'Corro Drive'. They can climb Mt Cooth-tha, and tumble down the soft square blocks. Or they can swim in the ball pit, read in the book nook or cook in the kitchen!
Taking one of the cars for a test drive!
My toddler went bonkers for a good hour and a half, he didn't want to leave, like really, like 'arms up and go limp' technique didn't want to leave. So he obviously liked it!
The ball pitt of doom (says mum) - or unbelievable fun (says toddler)
Luckily to prepare you for a possible 'hella meltdown' when it's time to leave, you can get food and coffee delivered direct to the play centre! The good folk at Panorama Cafe will bring your snacks and drinks to you if you order and pay on your way in, nothing like a yummy treat to distract a little one in the midst of a home-time tantrum!
Another handy feature of Minipilly is the outdoor pram parking service, find a space to house your buggy, grab your valuables and head on indoors.