Want to find out about the best low cost, great value things to do in Perth with kids? It doesn't have to cost the earth for the kids to have a great time. We'll tell you about all the awesome places you can take the kids without putting a hole in your wallet!
Farm Animals, Picnic Areas, Cafe, Playground & More - only $10 entry per person
Open Sundays and Wednesdays Only (or by appointment. Great place to hold a birthday party too! See and climb aboard lots of old trains, great little playground too. Entry fees apply $9 for adults; kids $4 (kids under 4 free), family pass also available.
Picnic Area, BBQ's, Canteen and entry gets you unlimited train rides all day.
Pick Your Own Stawberries Bullsbrook
Features WA's first wave pool, rowing boat slide for toddlers, heated whirlpool, indoor heated toddler pool with play features, slides and more!
Premier outdoor water playground, overlooking the Swan River, 4 pools including a baby splash pool, mini golf, bbq's, winding river, inflatables and more. Only open November to April. Check website for opening times & for more information. Season Passes also available
Event Cinemas Kids Club Sunday Family Flicks $6 Tickets (Innaloo & Morley)
You need to join the Kids Club (which is free) and tickets are only $6 for kids and parents! Saturday and Sundays from 10am
$8 Tickets ($6 for Playgroup WA Members), kids under 5 free. Dimmed lighting and reduced sound levels making it easier to attend to your child's needs. Currambine, Joondalup, Warwich and Whitfords. Check website for session times.
Paint a beautiful keepsake while you sit back and enjoy a coffee - tell them we sent you and get a free baby cino with any paying artist
Ace & Grand Cinemas Bubs Club Wednesdays $8 Tickets ($6 for Playgroup WA Members), kids under 5 free. Dimmed lighting and reduced sound levels making it easier to attend to your child's needs. Bunbury & Armadale. Check website for session times.
Located just a short walk down from the Fremantle Esplanade Park, you can wander through the unique galleries that symbolise Fremantle's maritime past, present and future. Kids now enter free into the Maritime Museum Fremantle
Set on the site of the Old Upper Darling Range Railway Station, large museum depicting the unique hills life in the late 1800's to early 1900's.