Tiny Town and Toy Store Port Kennedy

Tiny Town and Toy Store Port Kennedy Features: Imagination Play Centre | Toy Store | Suitable for 0 - 10 years | BYO Food | Designated Eating Area | Open Monday - Saturday | 1 & 1/2 hour Sessions | Bookings Essential

Tiny Town and Toy Store Port Kennedy is an imagination and role play based play centre that offers multiple imagination play areas that are all extremely popular with the children that visit. 

They offer multiple sessions through out the day with a limited number of children in each session, making it great as a sensory space for some kids.

Each of the play areas at Toy Town has a theme and includes a - 

  • play cafe with a kitchen and out door dining so kids can explore being an owner/worker or customer
  • school so children can explore what they think big school is or pretend to be a teacher
  • hospital for toy or child / adults patients
  • police and fire station with a jail and firemans pole
  • house to explore their domestic side and be like Mum or Dad
  • grocery store, where children can do the food shopping for food for the cafe
  • hair salon and
  • performance stage at the back with theatre seating

Tiny Town has a barista coffee station for guests but no other café facilities. You can bring your own food however it must only be consumed in the dedicated eating area. A baby change table is available in the toilets. Parking is available at the front however this is limited. You need to book a session to attend, this because places are limited to ensure sessions aren't to busy and you get the most enjoyment out of your session. Sessions run for 1.5 hours and you can book online and pay at the door. If you have twins book for two sessions however when you pay on arrival they will only charge you one entry fee. Entry is $10 for 0-2 years and $15 for 2+ years, there is no entry fee for parents or carers.

Tiny Town and Toy Store Port Kennedy is a great little place for toddlers up to 10 years who love to use their imagination, the centre is also working towards being a safe space for children with autism who need a quiet place to play or explore the various roles of the world around them.

More Information: www.facebook.com/tinytowntoystore

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Review by Kids Around Perth Reporter Renee, 3rd March 2021

Renee Jones  - Mum of 1

We live in Mandurah and love to share places we have visited and explored in and around the Peel Region and beyond. Follow Renee and her family at @bossonbunch on Instagram, Bosson Bunch on facebook and read more of her blogs at bossonbunch.wordpress.com.

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