Melburnians are set to be treated to an experience like no other with Ninja Parc, one of Australia’s largest indoor obstacle courses, opening in Bayswater on January 16 2021.
Ninja Parc taps into the very essence of childhood: play and adventure, and after being cooped up indoors for most of 2020, the indoor obstacle course may be just what you and your family needs.
It features plenty of great obstacles – like the warped wall, hanging doors and sea of poles – for kids and adults to unleash on.
In making the course accessible and fun for all, Ninja Parc can be enjoyed in many ways. There are casual play passes for all ages; kids’ birthday parties and school holiday programs; plus, kids’ and adults’ fitness classes and memberships for those who want to take their obstacle game to the next level.
Ninja Parc, which has already opened locations in Queensland and New South Wales, with the next set for the greater Sydney metro area, is the brainchild of fitness entrepreneur John Pirlo who saw a need to create an outlet for fun and fitness combined.
“Nothing makes us happier than seeing kids and adults of all ages on the Ninja Parc obstacle course with a smile on their face,” says Pirlo. “We’ve seen young girls gain the confidence that comes from understanding what your body can do; adults who thought they’d forgotten how to have fun rediscovering joy; and families having a reason to have some good, healthy fun together.”
Ninja Parc will open its doors at 13-17 Burton Court Bayswater on January 16 with hourly casual play passes starting from just $19.95. Adult or child foundation memberships that give unlimited access to the indoor obstacle course, as well as fitness classes are also available from only $13.95 per week and include VIP access to Ninja Parc before its opening. Birthday party bookings will be available online from December 28 2020.
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