The Marlie Cubby House from Hide and Seek Kids, is described as the Taj Mahal of Cubby houses! Standing about a metre off the ground, with a large sandpit box, with a ladder, slide and climbing wall, it is a play centre, cubby house, and fort all rolled into one.
Having built cubby houses for many years, Hide and Seek Kids’ attention to safety details are also unquestionable. The Marlie Cubby House is built to the AS/NZ 8124 standards where little details like oversized gaps under the windows to prevent little fingers from being clipped when they close the windows.
The Marlie Cubby House comes ready painted as seen in the pictures, so it is literally ready for play once it has been built. However, we highly recommend that you paint the Marlie anyway because it will better protect the wood, and also it give parents and kids some bonding time! Oh, yes, it is possible to paint with kids, if supervised properly, and the fun can begin even before the Cubby House is ready to “move in”!