For something a little different, Go Climb in Coburg is the place to go. With a range of activities to keep everyone entertained, its Clip n Climb has 26 unique climbing challenges. NinjaX is an obstacle course to see how you would go as a little ninja warrior. GoPlay, is an interactive soft play area or GoJnr for the little ones.
In Melbourne, O’Brien IceHouse provides a fun indoor activity on the ice, perfect for beginners or experienced ice skaters.
Auscarts is a state of the art indoor karting venue, located just five minutes from Melbourne CBD. Test your skills on the karts as they go 55 kms an hour and compete against friends and family with statistics displayed on the scoreboard.
Across different locations in Melbourne (Essendon Fields, Blackburn North, Glen Iris and Geelong), Bounce Inc have fantastic indoor trampoline parks. Learn new skills or take your Freestyle skills to the next level. There’s something for beginners to professionals at Bounce.
There’s no other feeling like flying in the world and at Ifly, you can experience that. Hop in a tunnel and let the wind blow you into the air as you fly!
Watermarc is a fantastic aquatic centre in the North of Melbourne, in Greensborough. It offers a 50 metre pool, learn to swim pool, spas and…. if adrenaline is more your pace, the Tantrum Alley waterslide and the swimming pool inflatables are the way to go.
In regional Victoria, there is a number of indoor fun activities from mini golf to playcentres or trampoline parks. Ballarat has Xtreme Bounce, where you can bounce and tumble between the inter-linked trampolines, dive into the High Jump Air Bag or take on the Dodge Ball.
In Echuca, Gravity Shack has bouncing covered, with interconnected trampolines, performance area, giant air bag, dodgeball area and basketball lanes for the kids.