picnic and BBQ facilities
a little ampitheatre and basketball court in the background
the play area is huge!
There are lots of little things to keep the kids amused around the sand area, plenty of shady trees and the basketball court for the bigger ones.
After all that playing we were hungry (and Mummy needed coffee) so we headed to Cookie Dough Biscuit which is a short walk away. There are other cafes along the strip with Hubbles Yard being the closest to the playground.
temptationMiss 3 and I decided on a toasted BLT, kids milkshake, latte and mud pie cookie.
our cool table number
kids milkshake and mudpie cookie
crumbs, why did Mummy pick white jeans?
store frontA great spot to stop and have a quick bite to eat. Very kid friendly though not pram friendly like most of George Street being older buildings. I did have my little one asleep in the pram and being there early we just sat on the higher chairs at the back downstairs with the pram next to us. There are only 2 tables downstairs at the front and a bench table with higher chairs at the back then lots more tables upstairs. Highchairs are available.
The food was simple yet delicious and the coffee was fantastic! The breakfast menu looks great so one day I need to set off earlier and try and make it for brunch. My daughter loved her little glass bottle of chocolate milkshake and her crumbly biscuit.
In exciting news Cookie Dough Biscuits will be opening a second cafe in Claremont! I'm hoping they get a little closer to me and hinting around Maylands/Mt Lawley as their next spot!