Sydney Corporate Park – Fun Summer Family Activities
- Fri Jan 01 - Sun Feb 28 2021
- All Ages
- See website for individual program costs
With over 14 hectares of variety there’s plenty of fun family activities to pack into a Summer visit at Sydney Corporate Park. You could try trampolining or bowling or indoor rock climbing. You could grab a coffee with friends or go beer tasting at the on-site brewery. At Sydney Corporate Park you also find many fantastic school holiday programs for kids. And don’t forget to check out one of Australia's largest murals at the Entertainment Square. All day parking is just $7.
Is your kid bouncing off the walls at home? Why not bring them to bounce off 100 interconnected trampolines at Sky Zone Alexandria instead?
If climbing is more your kid’s style, Sky Climb has 30 indoor climbing walls for all age groups. Or, if they need to build their confidence, ease them into things in a practice zone or play games such as dodgeball.
Kids who want a challenge, meanwhile, can take on the Enduro Warrior Course. This builds strength, stamina and concentration with an obstacle course that will have them bouncing across staggered steps, testing their balance on a beam, climbing monkey bars and flying on trapeze and zip lines. They’ll burn off plenty of energy along the way!
Sky Zone keeps the big kids separate from the littler ones with toddler-only areas. And when all the jumping is done you can refuel with healthy snacks or ice-cold treats at Sky Zone’s Altitude café.
Sporty kids sure missed a lot of matches last year. This summer, catch them up at All Sorts Indoor Sports with their choice.
They offer a wide range of kids activities and camps, ranging from swimming lessons, sports camps, adventure sports, indoor and outdoor activities to theme parks, play centres, family holiday spots, vacation care facilities, kids cooking (use wholesale food to keep your budget under check) and much. No matter which game your child excels at, it’s all about nurturing their skills and confidence.
They will also be offering inflatable castles over the break and parents are welcome to work out while their children are playing on the inflatables.
A disturbed clown is out for revenge. It’s your chance to confront him – are you game?
If your tween or teen thinks that sounds super cool, Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq is the place to go. A day at Archie’s might involve bumping around on dodgem cars, zooming to far-off places via virtual reality, some old-fashioned family competition at ten-pin bowling or winning a few coveted prizes.
Entry is free so you can cruise around and decide what to play on arrival. Arcade games include NBA hoops, Mario Kart and Dance Dance Revolution. Laser tag is just $12 per game but be warned: it’s billed as a ‘Frightmare’ so you’ll be hunting your friends in a haunted house.
Fill up on a shake and an old-school sandwich from Rando Sandos – a smoked beetroot Reuben or a cheese steak sandwich perhaps? – with ingredients sourced from NSW-only producers and served on sustainable packaging.
After 8pm, Archie’s becomes an 18+ venue.
In rooms with loads of natural light, parents are welcomed into a range of explorative play spaces, helped by a team that believes in the power of community. Whether it’s a half-day play session or a workshop, you’ll learn how to better partner your baby or child in play.
Workshops include arts and crafts for toddlers or preschoolers, as well as time with fellow parents of babies from six to 18 months, enjoying floor play and musical interludes. Climbing, role play or flipping through new books in a fun reading nook is possible too. Meanwhile, the open-plan cafe serves coffee and healthy food all day.
Where: 160 Bourke Road or enter via 75-85 O’Riordan Street Alexandria
When: Summer 2020 / 2021
Cost: Prices vary, please visit individual venues' websites
For more information, please visit Sydney Corporate Park's website.
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