Life with kids in Sydney City
A space to exercise your imagination. Nubo is a wonderful play and create centre for kids unlike any other.
Nubo is filled with multiple spaces to exercise creative, imagination and play for all ages. Just some of the amazing things to do:
Let the imagination soar with the huge array of toys for boys and girls
Join a workshop - from music to dancing
Just a few examples of some of the amazing workshops on offer. All free as part pf your entry and taught by trained professionals.
Have you got what it takes to be a young masterchef? We bet that you do – put your skills to the test.
Their lasses will help creative hands fill each plate with mouth watering delights.
Sing loud and play, dance wild and sway, music moves us all in its own special way. With knowing minds to guide and inspire you, discover the notes that are living inside you.
When it comes to creating, do whatever's inside you, Nubo's classes are here inspire and guide you. Take classes for art, paint and draw from your heart and find new ways to make your imagination start.
When it comes to robotics they are wired with devotion, so go along, build and connect and see pure play in motion.
Nubo's library holds many adventurous tales, and storytelling sessions entertain without fail. They’re exciting and imaginative, and best of all free, so take your family and friends to hear tales that we read.
Reviewed March 2018 - Fiona Fennessy
Nubo Play is a bright, clean and sophisticated play centre. You've probably never been to a play centre like this one before. Soothing music welcomes you once you enter through the large glass door. The staff member on reception signs you in on their iPad and you pay per hour of play. Belongings can be left safely in lockers which can be personalised by writing your name on the whiteboards.
There are multiple zones to bring out children's sense of play, imagination, creativity and love of reading and learning. Jack and Mia loved the library space which is designed to look like you are sitting in the basket of a hot air balloon. Children can select their own books to read from a huge library of fascinating stories.
Jack jumped into the giant ball pit, which is suitable for those aged 4 and under, and happily swam and played in a sea of blue.
Upstairs, there is an imagination room with a play kitchen and a sit-down puzzle room.
The cafe offers a delicious and refreshing menu with food to fuel the mind. We tried a beautiful fruit platter with pineapple, passion fruit and kiwi and it was as good as it looks. We also had some coffee and cheese sandwiches on fresh Foccacia bread. Jack and Mia even enjoyed washing up before their meal in the children's sinks which are conveniently located next to the cafe's tables.
The kids' bathroom is as beautiful as the play centre. Clean white lines, large mirrors and excellent lighting. There is a large feeding room