- Good Friday 19th - CLOSED
    - Easter Saturday 20th - CLOSED
    - Easter Sunday 21st - CLOSED
    - Easter Monday 22nd - CLOSED

  • NSW School Holidays Trading Hours APRIL 2019

    - Thurs. 18th - 9AM to 4PM
    - Easter Weekend, 19th to 22nd - CLOSED
    - Tues. 23rd & Wed. 24th - 9AM to 4PM
    - ANZAC Day 25th - CLOSED
    - Fri. 26th, Sat. 27th & Sun. 28th - 9AM to 4PM

Rumble Tumbles

Rumble Tumbles is dedicated to providing fun, safe and stimulating indoor play experiences for the children of Albury Wodonga whilst also creating a relaxing and worry-free environment for their parents and carers.

Sit back, relax and enjoy something to eat and drink from our menu and specials while the kids burn off some energy in our fully contained soft-play center.

Our giant three level play structure includes:

  • Large ball pitt
  • Astro slides
  • Separate toddler area with mini structure, ball pit and infant crawling area

Childrens parties available including private disco parties

Rumble Tumbles Albury

Our Café


Milk selections available - Full cream, Skinny, Soy, Lactose free, Rice milk, Coconut milk.



Milk selections available - Full cream, Skinny, Soy, Lactose free, Rice milk, Coconut milk.

$4.00 Small T/A, $4.50 Mug or Medium T/A, $5.50 Large T/A

Chicken and Salad Sandwich

Chicken with Margarine, Cheese, Tomato, Carrot, Beetroot, Cucumber, and Lettuce.


Chicken Burger

Chicken Breast Fillet, Lettuce & Mayo served with a side of Chips.


Chicken, Cheese & Mayo Focaccia

Roast Chicken, Cheese & Mayo


  • "Play is the highest form of research."

    Albert Einstein
  • "It’s better to play than do nothing."

  • "Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood."

    Fred Rogers
  • "We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing."

    George Bernard Shaw
  • "Play gives children a chance to practice what they are learning."

    Mr. Rogers
  • "I don't want to play. Playing isn't fun."

    No-one Ever
  • "It is a happy talent to know how to play."

    Ralph Waldo Emerson