Go karts, laser tag and arcade video games will likely be returning to Shepparton when the Enjoyable Planet household leisure centre reopens this week after being closed for greater than 12 months.
The centre has been revamped since shutting its doorways initially of 2020 with director Jason Wallace becoming a member of Kyabram businessman Chris Motton and Zak Athanasiadis to reinvigorate Enjoyable Planet.
The state-of-the-art Sodi go karts, a ‘three story’ laser tag area and greater than 130 arcade video games all return because the centre prepares for a grand reopening forward of the July faculty holidays, which Wallace stated was the busiest time of 12 months for indoor leisure centres.
Enjoyable Planet will function utilizing the Intercard sytem which has confirmed at different places to be very dependable and sturdy.
The 12-metre-high mountaineering wall and mini golf will open in time for the college holidays, with the wall needing security accreditation earlier than it may be put again into use, whereas the mini golf house will likely be renovated and put again into use across the identical time.
A restricted meals menu of sandwiches, wraps, chips and drinks may even be out there, with an space for folks to sit down, subsequent to a small playground to maintain smaller kids entertained.
Enjoyable Planet has 4 rooms for events and features, with on-line bookings now open. On-line bookings are additionally out there for particular person laser tag or go-kart periods.
Enjoyable Planet will likely be working the RaceFacer go-kart timing system which has built-in app, advertising and marketing and lots of different options.
Wallace notes “they’re forward of the pack by way of options and choices, and really worth aggressive.”
Wallace has labored for a variety of leisure corporations, together with Timezone, Laserforce and Enjoyable Lab, which operates Holey Moley & Strike bowling amongst different manufacturers. He additionally established his personal consulting agency LBEPartners which offers contract providers to others within the out of residence leisure business.
As one among Australia’s largest provider of amusement video games, Zak Athanasiadis has been within the business for 3 a long time. Not solely is he a distributor, however he additionally has his personal Arcade operations, Completely Sport working in two places in Melbourne.
About 25 folks will likely be employed on the centre, together with a mixture of full-time and informal employees.
Supplying 4 celebration rooms a go-kart operate room and a small theatre, Enjoyable Planet is a full service indoor household leisure centre FEC.
For extra data go to www.funplanet.com.au
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