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This shelter is very popular for small children's parties with access to all facilities. Attached to Stickybeaks Cafe and within the Ivey Watson Playground, this venue provides a large covered area with colourful painted murals, seating area and an inspiring atmosphere.

Take advantage of the healthy and tasty catering that Stickybeaks Cafe offers to make your planning easier. Alcohol is not permitted.

Ivey Watson Playground is specifically designed to cater for children under six; Hale Oval is best suited to older children.

Suited to
Social and family functions, community groups
Capacity
80 people
Parking
Parking directly outside venue (disabled bays available)
Access
Immediate access to venue via carpark off Kings Park Road
Toilets
Available on site, including parent room
Power
Available; stereos and PA systems are prohibited
Shelter
Available, suitable for children's parties only
Seating
Not provided; available for hire through Stickybeaks Cafe
Refreshments
Available on site at Stickybeaks Cafe
Barbecues
Available outside the fence at Hale Oval
Booking times
10.00 am - 12.00 pm or 2.00 - 4.00 pm daily
Bookings
Please contact the Bookings Officer
Location
Lotterywest Family Area
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Tags: Function type: Social and family functions,Community groups
Park precinct area: Lotterywest Family Area
Venue capacity: 50 - 100
Venue amenities: Easy access, Food outlet nearby, Power, Seating, Shelter

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