The play areas
There are two play areas at Little Tiggers. One is for those under the age of five and has a fort, a ball pit, a jumping castle and a slide — though some parents wish there were more. Then there is the other, more elaborate play facility for children over five. This one is divided into four levels and is equipped with that many slides, a flying fox, nets and ball pit and climbing frames, just to name a few.
As the name of the place indicates, Little TiGrrs Indoor Play Centre also runs a café where they serve coffee and other refreshments. The food is edible and quite delicious, and the prices there are quite reasonable. What is even nicer is that they will not charge for adults, unlike most other such places — although they may give you a coffee voucher, which is nice if you like coffee or tea. The menu may seem rather small, but you should get used to it after a while. If you have a coffee club card, you can also get ten percent off your meals on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The café at Little TiGrrs Indoor Play Centre & Cafe is, besides, a great place to chat with friends. You will also be pleased to know that they food that they serve is quite suitable for children.
Little Tiggers — mostly for children over 5
The place is designed mainly for older children, so if you have a son or daughter who is under the age of six, you will probably be disappointed to find that there are not many facilities there for the enjoyment of those in that age group. They do have a toddler area, but it is likely that you will find it to be less exciting. The menu at the café likewise has only limited choices for the toddler. There are some other policies in place at Little TiGrrs Indoor Play Centre that you may not find so attractive. For instance, you are not allowed to bring food into the play area, so that if your child needs to eat, you will have to “fork out” for what he or she needs. Nor can you bring food here from your home or anywhere else. Little TiGrrs Indoor Play Centre & Cafe is the perfect rainy-day saviour for everyone with children who lives in the Brisbane area. It is also the place to go if your children drive you crazy — which they can do!