Play Centre



Nubo is an innovative educational play space that connects families through purposeful design and quality learning experiences.  The first of its kind in Australia, Nubo, meaning cloud, brings play back to its essence to create an environment that encourages families to play, explore, connect, grow and learn. And while physical activity is certainly important, and there are plenty of ways for kids to be active here, they can also build, get arty, indulge in pretend play and read books in the most lovely book nooks I’ve seen.

The design allows adults to interact with their children as they read, create, build, climb and taste, or enjoy some quiet time away from their everyday duties whilst observing meaningful play from a safe distance.

As you enter the space, the first thing you see is a giant spider-like climbing frame with a huge slide coming down from the top.  And while it’s not suitable for the toddlers who make up the majority of patronage, the bigger kids will love it.

Our favourite part of Nubo is a gorgeous library weaved around a giant hot air balloon where kids can curl up to read their favourite book.  There is also a building room full of Big Blue Blocks, MagFormers and Kaleido Gears; and plenty of places to slide, climb and hide and then land in a big blue ball pit at the end.  Instagram obsessed Mummy’s will love it.

There is also a range of children’s master classes including cooking, arts and craft, music and facilitated play sessions.  At the moment these activities are included in the cost of admission but as they develop these events further into workshops that are run in series, they will be charged separately. So, for example, a kid can come for a weekly workshop without also paying to use the play space, but they can choose to pay for a bundle of both if they wish to do so.


Children under 2 are $10/hour or $25 unlimited per child
Children over 2 are $12.50/hour or $40 unlimited per child

Weekends and Public Holidays:
Children under 2 are $12.50/hour or $37.50 unlimited per child
Children over 2 are $15/hour or $50 unlimited per child

For each visiting Child one accompanying Adult may enter free. Any additional Adults are $5/hour


Limited timed parking is available in the industrial area, however, it can get really busy.  It is also timed and paid – $3 hour weekdays and two hours free on weekends.

Baby Change Facilities

A baby change mat is located in the small feeding room.

There are also small sized kids toilets in the bathrooms with mini sinks.

Nubo Cafe

There is a cafe on site inside Nubo that serves decent coffee, small meals and snacks.  Surprisingly the coffee is actually pretty decent and there is a  clear emphasis on healthy, wholesome food made fresh to order with items such as salads, sandwiches and smoothies.

If you’re in the Alexandria area, feel free to dine at Fratelli Fresh afterwards if you’re after a delicious bite.

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If you’ve experienced Nubo with your little one, let us know how it went by leaving a review below.

Hygiene (5 / 3)
Accessibility (5 / 3)
Privacy (4 / 3)
Atmosphere (4.67 / 3)

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5 Comments on "Nubo"

Kate Harrison
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Loved the space, nice & light, can get very busy tho Th so plan your trip well. Limited parking also

Danielle Johnston
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The centre wasn’t as big as I expected but there was certainly plenty to keep my almost two year old amused for a couple of hours.

It’s not as cost effective as other play centres, with a charge by the hour approach at $12.50 per hour for 0-2 year olds.

I was super impressed with how clean it was!

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Such a great space and super fun! We took my little guy when he was 10 months old and had so much fun. There were definitely areas he wasn’t sure about (wouldn’t get into the ball pit without me) but then other places he was off and playing wiht other babies (read trying to take the toys they were playing with!). We also brought our own food for him to eat in the cafe while I had a drink from them and no one said anything. Was a really lovely socialising opportunity too and would be good with friends. Do… Read more »
Laura Ruston
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One of the most impressive spaces for children I have ever seen. Talk about stimulating creativity. I had to laugh, when I was there, another lady (who was pregnant) actually suggested they should also have a wine bar there for parents at the same time becasue it was so cool! haha.

Address: 2/160 Bourke Rd, Alexandria NSW 2015, Australia
(02) 9317 3206

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Opening hours

Open 7 days
9am - 5pm

Ratings (5)


Facilities available

  • Baby change table

  • Dad friendly

  • Highchair

  • Kids menu

  • Microwave

  • Play area

  • Potty training toilet

  • Pram friendly

  • Private feeding area

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