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hobbyco queen victoria building, hobbyco sydney
The Hobbyco intro


Hobbyco is toy paradise for the kids of Sydney. Located in the Queen Victoria Building, Hobbyco is tucked away in opulence with a range of kids toys.

Does your child/children love those train sets? Right outside Hobbyco, a steam train comes to life. This sets the scene for a beautiful shopping experience. All of the kids who have attended my Saturday chocolate tours are treated to an afternoon at Hobbyco.



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Some cool board games


At times, you might be lucky to find a table with toys at reduced prices. Plastic toys in particular are looked at and admired for the latter.



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Some other toys near the stairs to head up to the next floor for more toys


Head further in, and there are two floors of toys galore and board games to devour. The toys on offer are more suited to the boys, yet there are a few for the girls too. Parents, take care when you're bringing your kids here - just due to the narrow aisles. Hobbyco have done a brilliant job at packing in an abundance of toys in such a narrow space, despite the store being quite spacious.



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Some quirky toys too


If you wish to spend the afternoon in the city, let alone a whole day - Hobbyco should be on your bucket list for your kids. Whether your kids love Star Wars or Lego, these toy trends are also covered. Novelty, old school toys such as toy and wooden planes can also be purchased here.



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The popular attention grabber outside


Quite a treat. Novelty toys indeed. Apparently this joint is one of the country's oldest hobby stores. Definitely worth checking out.

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