Adelaide's most exciting children's indoor play centre. This purpose built fully air-conditioned centre offers state of the art play equipment catering for children aged 1-12 years. Wiggly Worms provides numerous activities which will consume children's imagination for hours. Through our exciting play concept, children can further develop imagination, creativity, enhance basic motor skills, muscle tone, co-ordination and self-confidence, whilst caregivers can watch and take 'time-out' to enjoy a delicious treat from the Wiggly Worms' cafe. 4 individually themed private party rooms provide the ideal environment to celebrate your next birthday party. Good food and great times guaranteed.
I was going to meet my son here a week after his second birthday (I am separated from his mum and am a FIFO worker and sadly only get to see him once every few weeks for a few hours at a time). I wanted to take a small cake (cupcake or slightly bigger) in to wiggly worms for his bday and called them the night before to ask them if this was ok. They told me no it wasn't but, as i told them he is gluten intolerant, they also admitted that they had no gluten free options i could purchase there instead and that if i wanted to bring in something in I would have to pay an $11 cake fee!! She said if it were a 'normal' weekday they'd allow it but as tomorrow (friday) is forecast torrential rain (and assuming they will be busier than usual) they didn't consider it to be a 'normal' weekday!!
Not very understanding staff and money hungry. Never will I or many others I know go here again.
I haven't been to wiggly worm for some time, but I'm now not going back ever. If I can't bring my own food in (after already paying for entry) for a lactose intolerant child, I'm not going. I highly doubt you cater for lactose intolerant children that is a healty option. I'm not going to buy junk for him if it's the only think lactose free. I believe if children can't eat certain foods as parents we should be allowed to bring stuff in. I think if you don't cater for certain things we should be allowed to..
Just my opinion,
I took my grand daughter and a family friends little boy yesterday there we had a packed lunch for the little boy as he can\'t eat certain things I was told to pack it away not allowed to have it there , they were so rude we already spent so much money there on lunch and the whole place had a disgusting smell to it I would never recommend this place to any one it was the first time there not happy and they sell all the unhealthy food there any way.
It is a condition of entry which is stipulated in the form which each caregiver signs upon entry, that no food or drink is to be brought into the centre. As for healthier food options, we are happy to take suggestions if the fresh wholemeal bread sandwiches and fresh salads we already offer are not suitable! WW management
this place was great but the new management appear to have no idea what to do they seem unable to handle busy days or plan for them. the food is over priced $2.00 for a sandwich (bread) then $4.00 for a slice of ham and $1 for a slice of cheese. $7 for a ham and cheese sandwich. the menu is also restricted and not very kid friendly.
It is extremely difficult to plan for 'busy' days when you do not know when the busy days are going to be! Adequate staff are always in place for prearranged bookings and parties.
All our food is freshly made and produced locally. The ham is premium quality Barossa Valley Dlb Smoked ham as we believe in supporting South Australian businesses and our local economy. WW Management