Last week, we hosted Annabelle’s 6th birthday party at the bee’s knees of all places, Nubo. Not to be confused with Nobu, one of the world’s best Japanese restaurants. Although Annabelle loves sushi so much she probably wouldn’t mind having a party at Nobu hahaha.
Nubo is the play centres of all play centres in the Sydney suburb of Alexandria. Ever since we began frequenting the park and play centres with Annabelle, we have been saying how someone needs to create a play centre that is clean (why do most play centres smell like wet dogs?), educational, fun and a destination that parents also want to visit (excellent coffee is mandatory).
Enter: Nubo, a Scandi-inspired and architecturally designed play centre for children that is decked out in calm and muted tones like duck egg blue, white and wood. It’s a big difference from the purple, blue, green and red plastic we’re used to.
Everything at Nubo was absolutely seamless. From the staff and service to the food, drinks and activities, we were all blown away. It was one of those parties where we just turned up and Nubo’s awesome party team sorted everything out for us. We didn’t have to organise anything; it was amazing!
Downstairs at Nubo is the ball pit, slide and ropes and upstairs was the party room where Annabelle and her friends made and decorated the sweetest paper crowns. I think most of the adults also wished they could hold their own parties there haha!
Designed to nourish children’s development as well as their social, physical and emotional skills, Nubo has its own library where little ones can curl up to read a book, a building room full of blocks and other toys, a giant climbing frame and of course, the Nubo Café, which is focused on healthy and wholesome food made fresh to order. Gotta love that!
We seriously can’t recommend Nubo enough for either parties or a fun family outing.
If you want to book a party at Nubo, click here.
Annabelle’s stunning unicorn cake was by the gorgeous Renee from @reneesbake and it tasted ahhh-mazing!