Address: Cnr Cross Street and Park Road, Hurstville NSW 2220.
At a Glance:
Cost: Use of the Kids World play facility is free of charge. Everything else and all purchases are to be paid for.
Opening Times: Monday to Wednesday: 9:30am to 6pm
Thursday: 9:30am to 9pm
Friday and Saturday: 9:30am to 9pm
Sunday: 10am to 6pm
Kiosk or Cafe: This shopping centre has more than enough eating options for all.
Playground: Yes, Kids World on the ground floor.
Tables: Plenty of tables in the food court areas, yet they can be taken up rather quickly.
Water: Yes, available at McDonald's and other food outlets.
Age Suitability: Something for kids of all ages, yet a little more enjoyable for toddlers.
Parking: Yes, and busy Hurstville train station is right across the road.
A central shopping centre in busy Hurstville. The kids world area (called Play World) is quite popular, as well as those kid-friendly vending machines that generations X and Y had grown to know and love at those Milk Bars, and of which (once upon a time) came in red.
A shop called Gloss sells some cool kid-friendly jewellery, and there is a largish Toys "R" Us toy outlet here. The coin operated toy rides are also popular among many families that come to shop and/or to eat here.
There is a Greater Union cinema on the top floor. Access is available at the escalators right near the main McDonald's restaurant.
Speaking of food, there is a cheap and cheerful candy store that is home and hosed here as well. A good way to spend around 1-2 hours in this space to eat, and/or allow your child/children to play.
Last but not least, I am super impressed with the kids clothing area at Myer. The best place to go clothes shopping for your child/children here. Its a rather relaxed vibe in comparison to the rest of the centre.