From themed parties to gyms and trampoline parks, from cake and pottery design to hiring party buses – there’s something for everyone!
Your kid’s tenth birthday is coming up, and you want to organize a fabulous party for them…but you’re not quite sure where to have it?
Still searching for the best place in Perth for a children’s birthday party.
Well, your search is almost over!
Awesome birthday venues and ideas in Perth for 10 year olds
Tumble Tots Soft Play & Kids Party Hire
Jungle Gym Perth
Cake Tinz n’ Thingz
Rebound Arena Indoor Trampoline Park
Themed birthdays with Parties Kids Remember
Chillisaurus Mini Golf
Build A Bear Workshop
Party Bus Hire Perth
Children’s disco at Decadance, Joondalup
Image credit: Pottery Playroom.
Wanna give your kids a chance to get creative and develop a taste for art and craft this birthday? Pottery Playroom in Joondalup’s pottery crafting birthday events might be just what you’re looking for!
Their standard package includes a selection of pottery for the kids to paint, a dedicated host to instruct and supervise, all necessary supplies including paints, art and even a painting apron…PLUS a special gift for the birthday child.
On the other hand, these are kids we’re talking about. They WILL occasionally get bored with painting and pottery.
Then they can have a great time in the play area (sort of a ball pit climbing frame). Or run along to the cafe for milkshakes and sandwiches.
Party prices are between $20 to $30 for each child, subject to a minimum of 8 children.
Address: 4/19 Mercer Ln, Joondalup WA 6027, Australia
Phone: +61 8 9301 2080
Tumble Tots Soft Play & Kids Party Hire
Image credit: Tumble Tots Soft Play & Kids Party Hire.
Speaking of ball pits and play areas, you may want to have your children’s birthday celebration outdoors *, with a full range of playthings ranging from ball pits to soft play equipment and party toys.
Then the Perth birthday party service provider you should be getting in touch with is Tumble Tots Party Hire.
Their range of fun, diverse children’s play equipment – for both boys and girls – will keep the little ones occupied for hours!
Plus they make sure everything they supply you is clean and easy to assemble. They offer same day drop off and pick up which definitely makes life easier for you as the parent organizing a birthday.
You can order one of their packages (that range from $100 to $200+) or you can go for specific toy and equipment types (like ball pits, slides and rockers, and tables and chairs).
* You can have the party indoors as well, obviously!
A ball pit and soft toys, outdoors, are great for some physical activity but if you want the birthday party to really get the moving, take a look at Jungle Gym in Willetton.
With possibly the largest air-floor anywhere south of the equator, Jungle Gym has some really exciting play and party elements for kids’ birthdays.
The event is centred around a large play area with foam pits, trampolines, rope and ring swings and so on, WITH upbeat music to keep the children energized. A host will be there to supervise the entire event.
They don’t offer food but they do have a kitchen on-site where you can prepare food and serve it in the party room.
Tip: They don’t allow any alcohol on the premises but do have a coffee machine where you can buy your caffeine fix.
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The Kwillena Gabi Pool
It’s a bit of a distance from Perth, but the sheer beauty of the pool absolutely makes up for it.
Part of Mandurah’s waterfront development project, the Kwillena Gabi (‘dolphin waters’) Pool has been designed to be family-friendly and picnic/outing-friendly.
It’s got both a shallow area, perfect for younger children (including toddlers) and a deep end where teens and adults can enjoy themselves. Blow-up boats, floaties and pool noodles are all allowed.
The most magical thing about the pool is that it’s been constructed by placing circular pontoons on the estuary, and without any kind of underwater barrier. In other words, marine life like dolphins can freely enter and exit the pool, and you may get to interact with them.
The Kwillena Gabi Pool is a pretty awesome swimming experience including with marine life, but if it’s a beach outing, complete with sand and surf that you’re looking for, then head to Cottesloe Beach.
Stretched over a kilometre, Cottesloe is one of Perth’s most popular places for swimming, snorkelling and surfing.
Children will have a smashing time building castles out of the glistening white sand while you can just relax with a can of beer. Or if there’s more than one adult, you can go swimming in the ocean, in turns. The beach IS patrolled by lifeguards.
And before you leave, make sure to drop in at the Indiana Cottesloe Beach for fish and chips, pizzas, calamari and coffee.
Wanna take your kids through some workouts, but without venturing outdoors?
Then Latitude Perth is where you should be at.
With over 3000 sqm of trampoline and climbing activities, this is one outing your children will really remember!
There’s an obstacle course, dodge ball, a jumping area(interconnected trampolines), trampoline basketball, a giant gymnastics mat and of course several climbing walls.
The staff are pretty watchful and helpful as well, giving you a chance to relax in the cafe while your children have a blast in the play areas.
Pro tip: On weekdays they have whole day passes for kids.
Big surprise!, you may think. They’re including themselves in their own list.
That’s not it.
Having hosted hundreds of teams at our escape room games, we’ve found that kids definitely CAN take part in our escape games and DO enjoy themselves.
On one or two occasions we’ve even been amazed how they were able to sort out a challenge that had the adults in the group in knots!
Escape rooms are known to be excellent for family bonding. Plus they can teach players (including your children) valuable life skills like quick thinking, keeping your eyes and ears open, and teamwork.
If you didn’t know, Perth has an excellent network of cycling paths. Plus, bikes are allowed on Transperth trains and ferries, subject to space being available.
Pro tip: There’s almost always space during off-peak hours, so plan your day accordingly.
All of which makes Perth an awesome place to go cycling.
Make this school holiday the one where you teach your kids about the joys of going cycling in the outdoors. If you’ve been putting off that New Year’s Resolution to go cycling, this is your chance to take it up, while planning a gorgeous day out with your kids.
The five best places in Perth for biking:
The Black Brewing Co
Surprised to see a beers and wines place in a list of holiday activities with kids?
Well, Wilyabrup’s Black Brewing Co is designed to accommodate children.
They have a separate children’s menu, high chairs, a playground bordering a lake and a bridge leading to a little island in the middle, with stairs leading right down to the water.
As far as the menu is concerned, we hear the pork, the scallops, the fries and the salads are to die for. Kids should enjoy the pizza on their menu.
And on the more liquid side of affairs, make sure you try out their cider and their wine..