A boutique indoor play center for toddlers and preschoolers arrives at Westfield Miranda.
The Vitaland Kids Cafe is proposed for the Thai Splendid restaurant space on the ground floor just inside the gates of Kiora Road.
Customers will pay by the hour and the facility will also be available for the holidays.
A “one parent, one child” policy will apply.
Vitaland Kids Cafe on the waterfront in Rdodes. Video: parraparents.com.au
A Development Application (DA), with an estimated development cost of $ 95,000, has been filed with the Sutherland Shire Council.
Architectural plans indicate that the play center will include a treehouse and slide, ball pits, train, carousel, gas station and climbing rope.
A mezzanine level will offer imaginative play, such as dress up, a vet clinic, a Lego zone, and a construction site.
The first Vitaland Kids Cafe opened at Rhodes Waterfront in November 2020.
This centre’s website advises a cost of $ 35 for two hours of play for an adult and a child, plus a $ 20 voucher for food and drink.
A management plan included in the DA for the Miranda center, states that “Vitaland Kids Cafe is a parent-child themed cafe with a one-child and one-guardian policy strictly enforced at all guest entry.”
“This is a special restaurant offering light meals, the open space is equipped with children’s facilities, and the parent-child activity rooms are designed for interactive activities between children and parents,” the document said.
“It’s a place where parents can play with their kids while still having light meal options during the hours.
“The above activities will not be changed at different times of the day or week, or at different seasons.
“Children’s activities must be supervised at all times by parents and staff.
“The one parent and one child policy” is strictly enforced upon entry.
Vitaland Kids Cafe has a well-designed play system with inviting spaces along each wall and a central seating area for easy supervision.
“All of our play areas will provide an unobstructed view of the children for parents and staff for supervision for safety reasons at all times.
“The strollers will be parked in the specific car park …”
Regular hours of operation will be 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Sunday, with individual reservations available until 8 p.m. or 9 p.m. Thursday to Saturday.
“An infrared fever detection system will be installed at the entrance,” says the management plan.
“Only healthy customers will be allowed to enter. Before entering, customers must obtain a ticket from reception.
“The ticket will be a paper bracelet with an entry time recorded on it. After that, customers will be given a locker key, in the locker customers can put their belongings and shoes in the personal locker.
“Strollers will only be allowed if you have a young baby and cannot affect the experience of other guests.
“Non-slip socks should be worn at all times. If customers do not bring any, they can be purchased at the front desk.”
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