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Chipmunks Playland Tauranga

Location:

Bay Central Shopping Centre, 63 - 65 Chapel Street, Tauranga, Tauranga-Mt Maunganui, Bay of Plenty

Date:

Daily

Time:

9.30am - 5.30pm

Cost:

Adult FREE, Child >$10 (guide only)

Chipmunks Playland in Tauranga is an indoor adventure playground complete with bouncy castle, tunnels of fun, mazes of corridors and inflatable slide, and heaps more.


With a special area dedicated to the under 3s and some locations with play station and computer games, it seems the newborn-11year olds will be well catered for.

Admission price depends on child’s age (but under $10) and accompanying adults are FREE.  Don't forget your socks.

For more visitor information check the Chipmunks Tauranga website.

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