About Play

Tickity Boo is a unique kids’ play centre because it is filled with natural light and positive energy. We are not overwhelming to little people who are daunted by multistory structures and older kids playing rough. We are proud to be boutique and different. Regardless of where the parent or guardian is located they can watch their child from a distance or close up.

Tickity Boo is safe, and a fun filled kids play centre Melbourne. It provides all the facilities needed to ensure your child’s playtime is a safe and enjoyable experience. Our play equipment includes a “playtec” play structure which is designed for adults and children, so adults can be a part of the fun.

We host a variety of fun and safe activities for kids, specifically catering for those under the age of eight, including toddler discos and deluxe party packages plus more! Parents can sit back and relax in our play centre, with our free Wi-Fi and enjoy a light healthy lunch, a selection of sweet treats or coffee that will entice any taste bud.

At Tickity Boo we take pride in providing and organizing the best play centre birthday party or private function for all your needs. Our friendly and dedicated staff are here to ensure that you have a memorable experience which you can’t wait to share, they will assist with any request or query you may have, always with a smile.

Play centres are an important part of a child’s development; they are fun, but play centres are also a good tool that helps children learn about themselves and the world around them.

Play is critical to the healthy growth and development of children. As children play, they learn to solve problems, to get along with other children and to develop the fine and gross motor skills needed to grow and learn. During play children’s’ language develops as a child plays and interacts with others. Children’s social skills develop. Learning to cooperate, negotiate, take turns and play by the rules are all important skills learned in early play. These skills grow as the child plays. As a result, children learn the roles and rules of society.