* Free Entry * Simmos Icecream * Playground * Mini Golf (additional fee) * BBQs * Emu * ATM * Toilets * Baby Change Table * Open 7 days * No Dogs
Simmo's Icecreamery in Dunsborough is a must visit if you are holiday in Margaret River, Busselton, Dunsborough or Yallingup. Entry is free, you can enjoy a delicious Simmo's icecream and spend hours playing on the playground and relaxing in the lovely shaded and grassed area.
You can pop in for an icecream and a play, or if you want to bring along a bbq lunch, entry is free but this isn't a public playground - so it is asked that you buy and icecream (you wont be disappointed!).
There's plenty of shade grassed area for a picnic or grab a picnic shelter if you are lucky. The kids will play for hours in the fabulous playground
Make sure you walk over the bridge and say hello to Edward the Emu, but be warned he will steal your icecream if given the chance
You can also take in a round of mini golf while you are there. There is a fee to play, but we thought $8.50 per child under 13 for 18 holes was really good value. It's a great little course set in beautiful shady gardens. There are also great value family golf passes available if the whole family wants to challenge each other.
There are several signs around the place, so make sure you supervise your kids closely (there is a little creek that runs to the back of the playground with a bridge over it) - you have been warned!
Simmos Icecreamery Dunsborough is open 7 days per week 10.30 - 5pm, so you can visit any day during your holiday down south. It's about a 30-40 min drive from Margaret River.
Safety Considerations: There is a little creek that runs to the back of the playground with a bridge over it, so watch little ones closely. Also keep some distance from the fence when visiting the Edward the Emu
What to Bring: picnic rug, bbq lunch, cricket set, football, soccer ball to play games on the grassed area.
More information: www.simmos.com.au
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Review by Kids Around Perth Reporter Lauren, 16th March, 2015
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