Wizzy World, Willoughby- Sydney’s Best Kids Play Centres {Updated}

Ah, the joy I have felt whilst sitting firmly on my bottom, drinking a coffee and watching my children play!

Wizzy World is pretty close to where we live, not the closest but worth a trip when the mood takes us and there’s some cash floating around in Mum’s wallet.

This is a huge play centre, and a popular one, great for mother’s groups.

There’s heaps for the big kids to do…

And a great play space just for the littlies

There are many different ways to climb up….

.. and many way to come down too!

Plenty of space in the cafe

And a free mini-merry-go-round

You can take your coffee to the comfy seats

You can play basketball…

Wizzy World

Unit 9/372 Eastern Valley Way

Chatswood 2067

Phone: 9882 1444

Website: www.wizzyworld.com.au

Very large play centre with a unique feature, a sports area with mini soccer, netball and basketball. Large soft play area for the littlies. For children up to the age of 12 years.

Parking:  There are a few car spots right by the entrance to Wizzy World.  Otherwise you go down the ramp to the main parking where there are dedicated spots.  Then it’s best to walk out to Eastern Valley Way and round the side of the building there to the entrance.

See website for other details.

PS My twins are seven now and they still regularly demand a trip to Wizzy World and will play there for hours.

 

Where’s your favourite kids’ play centre in Sydney?

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  1. Gosh, I wish I was a kid again looking that th0se pics! There are two playcentres right in our area that I’ve never taken the kids to. You’ve just reminded me that it’s high time I did.

    • Hope the visit goes well. Sometimes play centres are just too crowded for comfort… and some of them are pretty pricey, we often go to Kidz Connexion as it’s cheap and cheerful… but the big ones can be tops too.

  2. Thanks for reminding me of this place Seana – we had a great time there – lots of options for my bigger girls and for the littler ones. The only problem we had is that my daughter went down the slide too many times and got a sore bottom from the friction …note to self tights are better than skirts at these places!

  3. Oh siting down. I love that too. It doesn’t happen often enough for my liking but when it does it is blissful :)

  4. I love sitting down, and not at a keyboard, just sitting and watching the kids. Although I usually have to leap up at some point to stop CrashBoy really hurting himself. He’s pretty good as dusting himself off though and carrying on ;)

  5. There are a coupe of places near me but I’ve not taken my kids. Ive always assumed my toddler might be. Bit young but then other 2-3 year olds go. I would need hubby’s help though since one of us will still need to. Watch the baby.

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