If a play café is your thing Impact Kids World is worth checking out. Suitable for little people 12 months to 12 years of age.

Surrounded by beautiful vineyards, Impact: Kids World Barossa makes an impression as you drive up. With a massive car park, make sure you head to the back part of the building to enter (the front part is the church).

When we entered we were super impressed at how homely the place felt. We were warmly greeted and took a seat. My son was straight on the giant blow up slide. He went on it over and over. Definitely a crowd pleaser!

They also have a range of inflatables, climbing frames, soft play toys and lots of wheely toys to play with and make sure to check out their new outdoor nature play area that has been finished in time for Spring, it’s the perfect spot for an outdoor picnic and play.

We also loved the sensory room. A quiet play space to give children a chance to take a break. Impact are a part of the Autism Friendly Charter and you can tell they are really passionate about having a safe space for every family.

Parents don’t miss out with a relaxing cafe environment and great range of items on the menu to cover most tastes.

They also have two studios that can be booked for parties, mother’s groups or meetings or you can even book out exclusive use of the cafe & play areas for an out of hours private booking

All in all we were very impressed with the cleanliness, the range of play resources and the delicious menu options! We highly recommend the toasted banana bread and the dino shaped chicken nuggets.

Current opening times are Monday to Saturday 10am to 2pm and encourage bookings for groups over 8.

Find Impact: Kids World Barossa
7 Siegersdorf Road,Nuriootpa , Nuriootpa SA
For more information visit their website at
www.impactc.me/barossa-play-centre
Phone: 08 7522 5844
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