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Timezone Surfers Paradise, Surfers Paradise
Categories: Entertainment Centers, Fun & Games
Experience the great outdoors indoors at Timezone Surfers Paradise. At over 5,000 sq m (53,820 sq ft), it's the largest interactive entertainment area in the world. Classic arcade games stand alongside skill-testing carnival games on two floors of entertainment. Get a little excitement behind the wheel of a bumper car on a collision course, or challenge your fellow travelers to some laser tag. Add Timezone Surfers Paradise and other attractions to your Surfers Paradise trip itinerary using our Surfers Paradise vacation planner.
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Our family loved this Timezone! Our 11&9 yr old boys had a great time, as did my partner and I. With great affordable deals, hundreds of games, dodgem cars, a mini ten pin bowling & laser tag on offer... read more »
Loads of games and little rides. Kids had a ball, we went on a Saturday night it was pretty rowdy! But went back during the week and was a heap of fun for the kids.
Fantastic fun for families with kids. Games for all ages and abilities and plenty of them! Helpful friendly staff.
Probably one of the best Timezone's I've been to. More stuff here than any other that I can remember, and the ticket prizes are better too. Managed to win a giant Winnie the Pooh from the claw machine, so they're not always rigged to lose.
Massive timezone with hundreds of games. Get a 2 hour pass so you can play most of the games for a one-off payment. The also have bumper cars, mini-gold, lazer tag and 4D rides that come with their deals. I highly recommend if you are looking for a place to take the family. Open till late!
Definitely get a package - we spent $30 and got an extra $5 credit as well as a free indoor bowling voucher (which we shared). This amount of credit lasted us a good hour in the complex. One thing I would note is to remember you are paying for the experience and games, not the prize at the end (we ended up with 300+ 'powertickets' and walked away with a pack of UNO cards, a pet rock and a pencil). The indoor bowling is a must!!
Good range of games and amusements, always lots of fun to be had. Reasonable package pricing and the parking validation is great too.
One of the biggest (if not the biggest according to its signage) arcade centres I've been to. * Lots of games for all age groups. * staff very friendly, offered me credit when machine didn't respond after deducting credit. * it's very busy, but that adds to the atmosphere * machines themselves look in good condition cosmetically. * some decent value packages, if spending a lot of time there, utilising their packages. Cons: * prices are more expensive, from 50% hike down to 10% (approx) depending on which package if any you choose. Based on a casual walk-in point of view.
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