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Top 10 things to do with kids at Westfield Eastgardens

Looking for something to do with your kids? Discover our guide below to the top kid-approved activities here at Westfield Eastgardens. From enchanting play areas to delicious treats, we’ve curated a list to make your next visit a memorable adventure for little ones.

1. Visit one of our free play areas

Our imaginative play spaces for kids have slides, climbing structures and interactive games to keep kids entertained. Find our playworld on level 3 near Woolworths and Big W. Conveniently located next to Cafe Quince so you can grab a coffee and sit back and relax while watching the kids play. All children are welcome, entry is free, children must be always supervised.

2. Explore our toy shops

Spend time browsing our toy stores, kids will marvel at the latest toys and immerse themselves in having a try of them. Parent hack: Take photos of the ones your kids like and save them in a folder on your phone for birthday and Christmas ideas. Head to Kidstuff, Big W, Myer, Target and Kmart.

3. Watch the latest kids’ movie at Hoyts

Create a core memory for your little ones with a side of popcorn or ice-cream and watch a movie on the big screen. Check out the latest movie releases here

4. Indulge in a sweet treat

There’s nothing like ending a shopping trip with a special treat. Whether it’s an hot chocolate from Starbucks , a delicious donut from Donut King or an iced bun from Bakers Delight. It might make the trip back to the car and home much easier for all involved.

5. Be immersed in the world of books

Our bookstores cater to all ages and imaginations. Check out Read On Books, Target, Kmart, Big W and pick out your new bedtime story, a magic book to learn new tricks or fun pop-up book.

6. Stock up on craft supplies

Looking for ways to keep the kids busy when you’re at home? Grab all the craft supplies you could ever need from The Reject Shop, Target, Kmart. From paints and colouring in books to paddle pop sticks and sticky tape, you’ll find an array of art and craft supplies to help your kids’ imagination run wild and get creative.

7. Get ingredients for a homemade feast

Is your little one a fan of baking or cooking? Perhaps cookies, smoothie ice blocks or a homemade mini pizza? Head to Woolworths, Coles, Eastgardens Fruit Market and stock up on what you need to have a fun activity at home. Don’t forget to search recipes before you arrive so you have your shopping list ready. Make it fun and treat it like a scavenger hunt to find what you need. Check out some of our fun kid friendly recipes here

8. Pamper day out

Enjoy a bit of pampering in centre at one of our nail salons , Master Colour Nails, Nails Avenue–, or Pearl Nails kids can try a new bright colour on their nails and mums will love a moment to sit still and relax in the massage chair.

9. Catch up with your mum friends at a cafe

There are many pram and baby friendly cafes in centre. Pick up a babycino and a coffee for yourself while you swap stories about your little one to your friends who can relate to the parenthood stage you are in. Head to Frankie B's Brunch House, Kozzi Beans or Starbucks.

10. Check out the latest games to take home

If you’re after the latest games or consoles, we have a range of stores to check out for spur of the moment purchases or great gift ideas. Browse the gaming sections in EB Games, Zing Pop Culture, or JB Hi-Fi, and pick out the next game to hit your shelf at home.

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