Best Child-Friendly Cafes

In Brisbane

These top ten child friendly cafes in Brisbane all have outstanding play spaces and equipment, from mini-kitchens and cubbies to ball pits and sand pits:

Jugar in West End is a stunning space the whole family can enjoy with top-notch fare & a purpose-built play space for kids
This unique child friendly restaurant offers a top quality dining experience with fantastic indoor playground for kids
Whitehouse Blend is a rustic verandah coffee shop located in an historic white bayside cottage
Vend Marketplace in Virginia is a creative community of 90 local vendors and artists under one giant warehouse roof
The Reserve At Anstead occupies a quaint country cottage with polished floorboards and spacious verandahs
Black Milk Coffee is a hidden gem of a child and dog friendly cafe, with a creative industrial vibe and a Mexican influenced menu
Huskk is a fab foodie’s café on a busy corner in Grange offering all day breakfast along with locally roasted Bear Bones coffee
A fusion of flavors from around the world, waterfront views and a top kids play area are 3 good reasons to visit Cafe Diversity
Pure Tennis Cafe at Ferny Hills is perched on the edge of Pure Tennis Academy's courts and open to the general public
Just Earth is the quintessential West End workers cottage café, where you’ll find the bohemian community-minded soul of this inner city suburb

Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

Arthur Boyd: Landscape of the Soul is a must-see major art exhibition
Central American figurative artist Carlos Barrios returns to Mitchell Fine Art
Brisbane Night Market is celebrating all things Burgers and Beers
Queensland's Government House will open to members of the public
Meet the world's great resorts at Brisbane's #1 international ski travel show
Be inspired, be informed and be empowered at Brisbane's Modern Woman Expo coming to BCEC in June
Ponies, people watching, fashion & fine jewellery combine at the 2019 McLaren Polo by the Sea
Cooly Rocks On is Australia’s coolest rock 'n' roll nostalgia festival celebrating the 50s, 60s and 70s
Brisbane’s biggest bi-annual sustainability festival is set to hit Chermside's 7th Brigade Park

Arthur Boyd: Landscape of the Soul

Arthur Boyd: Landscape of the Soul is a must-see major exhibition of one of Australia's most significant artists and it's free to visit
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