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Published November 29th 2017
Unique leisure-tainment experience
Strap yourself in for the time of your life. Holey Moley has landed in The Hills. Holey Moley is a wacky indoor mini golf venue which features 18 uniquely themed holes across two courses. Joining Holey Moley on this adventurous ride is Strike Bowling, two giant entertainment wonders together under the one roof. This is one cool hub of leisure-tainment. State of the art bowling lanes, an escape room, karoake room, food and beverages. It's a bar with putt putt. What's there not to like?
Holey Moley is so far removed from the mini golf of which I am familiar. The mini golf which I am accustomed is an outdoor venue with kiddie castles, windmills and strange creatures looming over the course. At the Castle Hill course, there are weird creatures and peculiar games but each hole has a theme based on iconic characters such as Loony Park or Who You Gonna Call, Ghostbusters?
When we had a shot at Snappy Gilmore, we tried to steer clear of hitting the ball into the croc's mouth. Which brings me to the instructions on their scorecard - don't swing too hard, don't smash stuff, don't punch your friends, just be nice and we'll all have a lovely time. We had a fun time playing golf. Next, was bowling.
Holey Moley is open 10 am till late seven days. Holey Moley becomes an over 18's venue after 5 pm. It's $15 per person for 9 holes or $25 for 18 holes of putt putt. Holey Moley hosts kids and adults par-tees with a minimum 10 guests.
Hint: If you are unfamiliar with Castle Towers as I am, park in the purple carpark which is the closest entrance to Holey Moley.