Snakes and Ladders Playhouse Cafe Gawler
Where are we going today?
At Snakes and Ladders you can be sure your children will have hours of fun exploring, exercising and socialising in a safe and clean environment, regardless of the weather! They cater for children from infants to 12 years old.
Their dedicated toddler area is designed for babies to crawl, explore and play independently of the older children. It's soft and colourful and has more appropriate challenges for small folk, plus it keeps them safe from rampaging feet!
Their main, larger play maze structure for the older children has loads of classic padded play equipment featuring slides, climb throughs, padded stairs, a ball pit, scramble nets and much, much more.
They have gated entry to the play area and the toilet area to keep kids completely secure. All ball pits and play equipment are cleaned daily and clean socks are worn by everyone as a rule.
While your little ones are having a great time on the play equipment, you can relax with a fresh coffee and a light meal from their cafe menu or perhaps plan a party!
How much does it cost?
- Children$4.50 to $6.50
- Free Under: 11 months
When can we go?
During the school term, they are open 9:30am til 4pm on Sundays and 9:30 til 3pm Monday to Wednesday
Cafe offering hot and cold snacks and drinks on site. No external food is to be bought into the centre due to health regulations. (Baby food excepted.).
Any Top Tips?
Socks must be worn at all times..
They also do parties!.
What people are saying?
by gina r
Theatre hosting some really eclectic soho magic, great bar adjacent to box office with nice relaxed vibe.
by Paul Dobb
I've never seen any plays here, but the public bar is open to everyone and I've often popped in to grab a drink with friends as the place is often a little less noisy and easier to maintain a conversation in than many of the other local soho bars.
Drinks prices are reasonable, the decor is more student union than glamourous cocktail bar, but sometimes when you just want to catch up with friends over a glass of wine that;s just what you need.
by James Waddington
Very trendy fringe theatre and comedy, some brilliant, bold and avant garde shows and a cheap bar. It gets very busy of an evening so get here early to book and bag a good seat. The food and drink are ok, but competition nearby is stiff!
by Val Marshall
'Quietly' in the Theatre Upstairs (6/6/14) was a great experience - moving, profound and acted with full commitment by three men. The comments I heard from other members of the audience were equally enthusiastic. Deserves to have a full house for the remainder of its run.
Thanks to all concerned.
by Kerry Watson
Went with my partner. Great show and nice and cheap bar! would definitely go again!