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Mini Golf, But Not As You Know It!

By Chloe Boswell

This upcoming attraction is under construction at Redcliffe and is expected to draw people from across the region, Brisbane and beyond when it opens in the next few months.

It’s mini golf, but not as you know it! The mini golf and amusement centre is starting to take shape at Bluewater Square shopping centre, corner Anzac Ave and Sutton St, and is being described as Time Zones meets Holey Moley.

The under-the-sea-themed 18-hole mini golf course and amusement centre will include the latest in digital arcade amusements and virtual reality, a bar, and two rooms for birthdays or corporate events.

It is said to be an immersive experience, with all-abilities access so everyone can enjoy it.

Everything is on track for completion in August, and subject to COVID-19 restrictions, they will have a soft opening and trial events, so they’re ready for the September school holidays.

It will be open 10am-10pm, seven days a week, catering not just for kids, but adults too with a bar and food offering making it a fun place to catch up with friends, celebrate an occasion or have a corporate event.

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