A stay at home Mum who doesn't stay at home much; too many exciting things to be discovering in this city...
Published September 8th 2019
Bounce, climb, leap and play your way to active fun
Excitement is in the air in the South-Eastern suburbs of Melbourne. A new indoor adventure centre is due to open its doors in the next few weeks and families can get a taste of what to expect by checking out pictures on Supaworld Keysborough's facebook page or website.
Supaworld already operates centres in Geelong and Wodonga and has recently taken over a site in Keysborough which used to operate as Xtreme Air; an indoor trampoline park. The revamped Supaworld will boast four activity areas - a Ninja Warrior style obstacle course, a four-storey soft play structure, a vibrant climbing arena and a trampoline park. The great thing about this set up is that one price includes access to all of the activities (there may be some age/height limitations) and the prices are pretty reasonable.
The play structure is currently under construction
Ticket prices vary depending on the length of the session you choose, the age of participants and the time you visit. There is a great deal for pre-schoolers whereby a $10 admission per child gets you access to unlimited fun throughout the park during school hours in term time. More information on ticketing can be found here (scroll down).
An artists impression of what the climbing area will look like
Supaworld Keysborough will also be offering birthday parties for kids. These include 90 minutes of activity time and 30 minutes for party food which will be provided by the onsite cafe. There are a range of party packages which start at $18.50 a head for toddler parties and go up to $35 a head for the Supa Fresh Party Package. More details can be found here.
Some of the trampolines will remain from the former trampoline park
With any luck, the new centre will be up and running in time for the second half of the spring holidays. I have been given an estimated opening date of Sept 29th at present but this is not set in stone. Living within a 5 minute drive of this venue it will definitely be a great option for my three active children for burning energy on a rainy day - I'm keeping my fingers crossed!