I believe it is.
Yes - there were lots of familes there with children in high chairs
I have never seen highchairs or a childrens menu and presuming a toddler is about three I do not think it would be very suitable
Unless a venue SPECIFICALLY prohibits children, you can bring a child. As to whether a place is toddler-friendly, meaning is there a playpen for them? Or are they allowed to run around? No restaurant is toddler-friendly then, apart from your fastfood Maccas type venues. PARINGA is no exception. A place is toddler-friendly if YOU can keep that child in check. I have seen young Asian couples bring in their well behaved non-crying non-shouting non-screaming toddlers stationery toddlers - and they fit in fine! Me, personally, I have no issue when they are "well-trained"! Haha!
Not really. It's very busy and a winery. It's fine food and not sure anything in menu suitable.
As per other replies, it is fine dining but I would ask the restaurant. It also depends on the toddler, age, temperament and would he enjoy the experience?
I certainly wouldn't take a toddler to Paringa Estates. Its a fine dining restaurant as well as being a working winery so no play space for little ones
No. Definitely not. It's a working winery and can be crowded.
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