A centre designed for families

Charlie Bee in the parents'' room at Casey Central.

A children’s haven and parent’s ‘one-stop-shop’, dubbed a local community favourite.

Casey Central was designed with a strong focus on growing families, and continues to operate to reflect the local community.

The centre has catered for prams with single level car parking, generous aisles and dedicated pram spaces located at each of the four entrances.

An award-winning parents’ room and food court ‘parents’ station’ are also among the great facilities for families. The food court is complete with sanitiser, tissues and belted highchairs. In the parents’ room, there are private feeding stalls and a secure play area for toddlers.

The family-centric hub has two playgrounds. One is indoors and offers interactive features like digital touchscreens with educational content. The second playground, though outdoors, is fully enclosed and undercover.

City of Casey mum Nicole Smith has been visiting Casey Central for almost five years.

“I’ve been coming to the centre since my eldest was born, for coffee dates and just to get out of the house,” she said.

“It’s not as crazy as other shopping centres, we never struggle with parking and Shingle Inn have nice big comfy chairs and plenty of room for the prams.”

The mother of two said the centre was her “one-stop-shop”, with everything they need.

Post pandemic, the centre will reintroduce the kids’ activity program, with special guest appearances from Charlie Bee – the leader of the Casey Critter Gang.

In the meantime, parents can visit www.caseycentral.com.au/kids-activities-in-casey/ to download games, puzzles, drawing activities and fun recipes.

Casey Central is located at 400 Narre Warren – Cranbourne Rd, Narre Warren South. There are 1400 parking spaces and a bus stop at the front of the centre.