Before I had kids I had already visited a huge number of indoor play centres in Melbourne with friends and family. It’s only now as a parent that I am warier of the options in the area, which is what brought me to look into Go Climb Coburg. If you are sick of having to head far outside your suburb to find a fun, quality play centre in Melbourne – then you might want to check out Go Climb Coburg. You can check out their activity centre website here!
Go Climb Coburg is a great climb and slide activity centre, broken up into three areas:
- Clip n’ Climb
- GoPutt Mini Golf
- Playzone Pass
Go Climb Coburg opening times
Go Climb Coburg address: Lincoln Mills Homemaker Centre, 64-74 Gaffney Street, Coburg.
Go Climb Coburg contact: (03) 9350 3181, info@GoClimb.com.au
Go Climb Coburg opening hours:
Monday: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Tuesday: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Wednesday: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Thursday: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Friday: 10:00am – 9:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am – 9:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am – 6:00pm
Go Climb Coburg’s entrance and carpark, and Go Climb climbing area
Go Climb Coburg prices
It’s all well and good to find a fantastic indoor play centre in Melbourne, but the price has to be a factor. This will govern how often you go so let’s cover the Go Climb Coburg prices. Below are the prices for the three areas, what they include and the age brackets. Be sure to take note of the ages so you are planning a day that will interest all of your little ones.
|All-Access Pass||1 hour Clip ‘n Climb
1 round of Mini Golf
|All ages for the family||$40|
|Clip n’ Climb||1 hour||4 years – adult||$20|
|GoPutt Mini Golf||45 minutes||All ages for the family||$15|
|Playzone Pass||Unlimited||0-10 years||Under 2 $7.50
2 and over $12.50
Other things to note about this climb and slide activity centre – parents do not pay for the Playxone Pass. This means it is a great spot to meet your mum friends without imposing expensive prices on your peers.
When comparing these prices to a movie, arcade, theme park or other similar activity – we think Go Climb Coburg stands up pretty well. This is especially true if you plan on spending a large part of the day there to really immerse in the activities and get your money’s worth.
Go Climb climbing walls and PlayZone area
Cafe and seating areas
The cafe at Go Climb Coburg is really nice, and the coffee was good too. We saw that there is also a beer fridge, which would be a great addition to a night visit as the centre is open until 9pm most nights. There were toasted sandwiches, pre-made meals, ice cream, baked goods and some other packet food, The team are really lovely, so you might even be able to bring your own snacks and it is ok.
There are also great seating areas. You can be closer to the PlayZone at these 2-4 seater tables, or you can sit at these booth-style tables that give you a great view of the Clip n’ Climb area, as well as the PlayZone area. There is also a nice lobby area to meet friends where you can wait before entering and paying the affordable Go Climb Coburg prices.
Go Climb Coburg lobby area and cafe
18 holes mini golf course
I was stoked to learn that there is mini golf near me, and the mini golf course in Melbourne is set-up is completely separate from the other play areas. There are 18 holes and the equipment use is included in the ticket price. The recommended age is 5+, and it seems to be targeted at the whole family or small groups of kids. Be sure to book in advance as there can be birthday parties who can book these areas.
If you have wondered ‘where is the most fun and modern mini golfing near me’, Go Climb Coburg will not disappoint! The course is bright and fun, with great lighting. Sometimes you can see dingy, old mini golf courses in Melbourne – but this one is pretty Instagram-worthy.
Go Climb Putt Putt golf in Melbourne. Soured from Go Climb Coburg website.