**Remember kids need socks to play**
Champs at Play Kelmscott is a large play centre located within
the Champion Lakes Christian Church building, which has something on offer for
all kids aged 0 through to 12 years old. Being non-religious, I was hesitant
about the play centre being in a church, but quickly found out that there was
nothing to worry about - all are welcome.
The main large climbing structure has lots of obstacles, netting and slides, plus the large shark and fighter jet located right at the top.
Running all the way around the climbing frame is a
race track. This is no ordinary race track though – it is located about 2
metres off the ground! It was definitely a favourite for my 3 year old daughter
who loved zooming round and around in the provided bikes and cars.
There are two different fenced off zones – one for 4 years and under, and one for babies.
Entry to Champs at Play Kelmscott is free for 0 - 12 months. Entry fees are scaled for 1-3years and 4-12years and you can find up to date prices on their website (linked below). There are a few items for babies and toddlers to play with. My son had lots of fun on the rocking horse in the baby area.
Right next to the play area is the café with a large amount of seating. If you grab a table right next to the play area you can keep a pretty good track of your kids playing. The café has a great selection of food and drinks, and not a stale muffin in sight. Everything is made in-house. I couldn’t resist trying the Wagon Wheel slice and the coffee was pretty good too.
Champs at Play Kelmscott is open Wednesday to Sunday with an earlier close time during the week. Entry fees for apply for kids over 12 months. See website for entry fees and to confirm current open days and times. Champs at Play often have entry deals running on Groupon so make sure you check there for a special deal before you go.
More information: www.champsatplay.com.au
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Review by Kids Around Perth Reporter Candice, 2nd November 2016. Updated 2nd September 2020
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