Ninja Parc Newcastle’s very own Ninja Warrior

From Ninja Parc to Ninja Warrior! Ninja Parc member, Jason Mitchell is already in training for the next season of #AustralianNinjaWarrior, after making the final of this year’s show. Watch Jason tackle the HOTTEST course in town. Jason has been training to be a Ninja Warrior for 3 and a half years at Ninja Parc …

I started my own JUMP! Swim School because I couldn’t get my kids into classes

When Jess moved her young family to the Victorian beachside haven of Torquay, her first priority was to have her children learn how to be safe in the water. But little did she know, it would turn out to be much more difficult than she ever imagined. “I put my kids on a waiting list in …

Ninja Parc opens Western Sydney flagship location

Ninja Parc has opened its fourth and largest site, and the first location in Sydney – just in time for Ninja Warrior Season 2022. The 1160m sq new business opened in April at South Granville, providing customers with a full-sized obstacle course featuring rope climbs, bouldering challenges, vertical and horizontal doors, poles and the warped …

Three questions to ask before you invest in a second franchise

When your site is up and running and business is going well you might find yourself wondering: could I do this again and add to my franchise portfolio? It’s a natural question for a successful and ambitious franchisee to consider. There are definitely business advantages to owning multiple sites including economies of scale, greater market …

Kid-friendly functional fitness brand Ninja Parc unveils mini model

Ninja Parc Base is a brand new downsized, lower-cost offering of the traditional Ninja Parc business model, and it’s available to franchise buyers now. Introducing a smaller footprint business option will keep the brand within reach of more potential franchisees, said Ninja Parc CEO John Pirlo, who launched the original brand back in 2017. “This …

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