Parent Poppin is a beautiful space which has play areas for toddlers and babies. Located in the Innerwest suburb of St Peters, it overlooks Sydney Park and is only steps away from the greenery and playground of Sydney Park. It is best suited for babies and toddlers’ birthday parties, baby shower or Christening parties, or any events that involve young children.
While there are play areas for the children, the space is designed for grown-ups to enjoy a hot or cold beverage and socialise. There is a main hang-out room, a low-partitioned play area, one large bathroom and one small storage room for bags or anything you don’t need.
the venue can hold 12 adults and 6 young babies (non-walkers), however, you can easily expand across the road. They have cute boho picnic tables and rugs for rent.
They have tea pots, beautiful tea cups, a coffee machine and wine glasses that can be rented for your function’s needs. Whether you want to have a tea party, or give your guests the luxury of having freshly-made coffee, the option is there.
They can also supply non-alcoholic wine at an additional cost.
Balloon arrangements can be provided at an extra cost and is dependent on availability.
Low tables, chairs and toys for babies and toddlers are included in the rental cost.
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