Wilderness Activity Centre & Cafe
10 VISIT PASS
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(Excludes Sundays & Public Holidays)
Our activity centre's play structure is full of fun activities to keep children active and entertained for hours. It has tunnels, climbs, tree houses, a flying fox, bridge climbs and slides and, of course, a ball pit!
For the younger visitors we have a separate play area, fenced off from the older kids where they can safely climb, play, and explore at their own pace.
For those children wishing to express their creativity, we have a huge chalk board incorporated into our Nocturnal mural. In our 'Nocturnal Zone' can also be found an interactive light display with more exciting and interactive technology to be included in future plans.
Children can be safely monitored from the café seating area. There are plenty of viewing panels and vantage points for you to keep an eye on the kids while you are enjoying a coffee or something to eat.
Have work or study to catch up on? We have free wi-fi so you can get your work done while the kids let off some steam.
Grown ups wishing to do something a little more strenuous can hire our squash court which is available for hire during weekends and evenings.
*No outside food permitted - Excludes water & babyfood
Children to be supervised by an adult at all times
*Discounts & deals do not apply on Sundays or Public Holidays
Our Conservation Murals
As the artist in residence at MakerSpace, Leanne Prussing is bringing one of the Community College’s Education focal points to life; creating a series of murals with a conservation message. She has filled the walls of the play centre and café with local endangered species. The larger-than-life scenes are depicted as if “looking through the lens in a David Attenborough documentary”.
The murals are part of a developing education program and the gradual transition to a revitalised and renamed Kids Crazy Maze to the Wilderness Activity Centre.
The murals are the first step, eventually sounds and smells will be added – there will be a touch pad and you’ll hear each featured endangered species plus phrases in Gathang, the language of the local Birpai people.
Local wildlife conservation education inspires children to become more engaged with their communities. It helps children to understand why the environment is important. Every animal, all nature and people have the right to life and cultural expression. Creating an environment where all living creatures can flourish starts with education.
The Wilderness Activity Centre helps to raise funds for conservation; so far the Koala Hospital , Save the Bilby and Aussie Ark have been the recipients of small donations raised from our children’s play nights or chocolate sales, which will return in 2022.