So you are at the Copper Coast Tourism Centre, you have done the other activities and are tired, just wanting to sit down. But your kids, running on some sort of mega energy, just want to keep going. The Copper Coast Information Centre have got you covered again.

Next to the gift shop you will stumble into a huge indoor play cafe, catering for all ages with an area for the toddlers and a larger playground for the big kids. With slides, interactive ball activities, ride on toys and with all equipment in really good condition (seriously, there is nothing worse than a play cafe that is falling apart and plain gross) this is a great way to top off your visit.

Let the kids run around and sit down to a cold drink, treat or an ice cream. Relax – you deserve it after all the sightseeing you’ve been doing!

Things to note:
Kids must wear socks. It’s a good idea for adults to bring them also. (Socks are available for purchase at the Play Centre).
Water is able to be brought in to the centre but not other food or drink. Baby food and special dietary foods are an exemption.

Open 7 days a week 10 am to 4 pm (only closed Christmas Day and Good Friday)

Babies free
Children 1-2 years $4
Children 3-10 years $6

For more information and to book online visit

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