The House of Colour opens at Highpoint

House of Colour, Photo credit: Lucas Dawson

GPT’s Highpoint Shopping Centre will host a colour-filled and custom-built play space for crafty kids these April School Holidays. The House of Colour is an interactive play space with three different rooms of fun to discover – jump on the bed in the bedroom, draw on the walls in the living room, and even take a bath! Highpoint’s House of Colour will be a “home” like no other, with three bright and bold connecting rooms designed to be the ultimate funhouse for kids.

Each room will focus on a different Pantone colour and will include interactive and entertaining activities for kids of all ages to enjoy. Behind each door kids can prepare to find a new adventure and surprise.

Highpoint’s littlest shoppers can look forward to:
The Living Room: step inside and discover the first room where Mini designers will love getting creative and decorating the white surfaces and quirky furniture with pink shapes and stickers. The room will act as a progressive piece of art for all kids to contribute to throughout the week.
The Bedroom: a place to crash-land! Kids can prepare to take flight in the yellow bedroom on the large inflatable jumping bed. Young creative minds can turn their attention to creating custom designed artworks to keep.
The Bathroom: splash about and make bath time fun in the ball-pit tub. Kids can also find a spot in front of the magic mirror to create their own masterpiece with invisible markers, only to be revealed with UV lights.

Sessions at Highpoint’s House of Colour are free and scheduled every 30 minutes from Monday 8 April to Sunday 14 April.

House of Colour, Photo credit: Lucas Dawson

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