Planet Mino: The futuristic two-storey playground parents are racing to with their kids

Parents are rushing to take their kids to a futuristic two-storey playground in Sydney that boasts giant slides, a sandpit and a massive ball pit.

Planet Mino, situated in Chatswood, is making waves with parents, thanks to its state-of-the-art facilities, equipment and rides on offer.

Spread across two floors, children can enjoy everything from an augmented reality play wall to a giant pastel ball pit and café.

Parents are rushing to take their kids to a futuristic two-storey playground in Sydney that boasts giant slides, a sandpit and a massive ball pit (pictured)

Parents are rushing to take their kids to a futuristic two-storey playground in Sydney that boasts giant slides, a sandpit and a massive ball pit (pictured)

Planet Mino, situated in Chatswood, is making waves with parents, thanks to its state-of-the-art facilities (pictured), equipment and rides on offer

Planet Mino, situated in Chatswood, is making waves with parents, thanks to its state-of-the-art facilities (pictured), equipment and rides on offer

Costs range from $10 for an under-12-month-old child on a weekday to $15 per hour for a child over the age of three at the weekend.

Planet Mino is suitable for a variety of different-aged kids, varying from zero all the way up to the age of 10.

The downstairs level is normally reserved for younger children aged 0-2, where they have their own ball pit and crawling area. 

There is also a café for parents and children to relax, although Planet Mino does not allow visitors to bring their own food.

Costs range from $10 for an under-12-month-old child on a weekday to $15 per hour for a child over the age of three at the weekend (one of the slides pictured)

Costs range from $10 for an under-12-month-old child on a weekday to $15 per hour for a child over the age of three at the weekend (one of the slides pictured)

Visitors can book party packages at Planet Mino (pictured), which include 90 minutes of free play, a reserved table in front of the playground and kids' food cooked by the in-house chef

Visitors can book party packages at Planet Mino (pictured), which include 90 minutes of free play, a reserved table in front of the playground and kids’ food cooked by the in-house chef

Highlights of the indoor playground include a ‘ball pit sea’, space station, ‘volcano slide’ and ‘climb the rope tower’.

Little girls will love the ‘Princess Dome’, which is described as the ‘perfect place to host a tea party’. 

There is also a bouncy castle, Lego table and push cars which are ‘ready for racing’ at all times.

Visitors can book party packages at Planet Mino.

These include 90 minutes of free play, a reserved table in front of the playground, kids’ food cooked by the in-house chef and a host to help throughout the party.

Parents who have been to Planet Mino are almost unanimously in love with the incredible futuristic playground (pictured)

Parents who have been to Planet Mino are almost unanimously in love with the incredible futuristic playground (pictured)

Parents who have been to Planet Mino are almost unanimously in love with the incredible futuristic playground. 

‘This is the coolest play centre in Sydney – we are all obsessed,’ one parent wrote.

Another added: ‘Love this place and we will be back soon’. 

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