A unique space for little shoppers at the Treehouse

Charlestown Square has recently unveiled a unique space designed for the littlest visitors in mind called The Treehouse…just for kids.

It’s a new pop-up play area located on the Ground Floor next to Café Salt which includes play equipment, a large chalkboard and a book exchange.

General Manager Dwight Hodgetts commented “We’re proud to introduce another unique guest experience at Charlestown Square with The Treehouse. It’s been designed to provide a fun and interactive break-out space while shopping.

We encourage kids to read while visiting The Treehouse, or borrow a book and return it or swap it for another book in its place.” The Treehouse is open daily from 9am and the books for the book exchange have been proudly donated by Dymocks. Exclusive to Charlestown Square, Dymocks on Level 1 near
Myer stock a great range of books for kids, and were early supporters of the book exchange initiative within The Treehouse.

In addition to the large chalkboard, and to further keep the kids entertained, The Treehouse will regularly host face painters and book readings with local authors. Keep an eye on the activities at

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