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Where can I buy a toddler activity cart from? Can’t find anything online.

Posted anonymously, 25th May 2015

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  • The other grandparents of my grandson bought him a fantastic activity walker. It was so solid, made of wood, and so many activities. I think they got it from KMart.

  • Make your own!
    Buy a basic cart that suits what you want & fill it with your own bits & pieces you can buy from most cheap shops or in bulk online.
    Ebay is a great source.

  • Toys R us…and even Target gives a good variety

  • I’m not really sure what you mean by an activity cart. I bought a plastic walker from Target that has removable, coloured shapes, a little keyboard, a squeaky button, a turning rattle, abacus beads and a noisy crank. My girl uses it quite a bit and it was quite cheap.

  • You’ll find a few different brands and designs on eBay. It’s where I find most things!

  • yeah i would just check out ebay or even those discount sites as they always have this sort of thing.

  • I buy a lot of toy and clothes off EBay, aliexpress, deals direct or oo.com.au and myer online . You could try going to the local markets which are on the weekends.

  • Melissa and Doug brand are very good. We hired one from the local library

  • I know Amazon sell them you just have to find a seller that will post to Australia. I have noticed more wooded toy shop popping up around. Have you tried some of these. If your in Melbourne I know there is a few around.

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