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Published June 25th 2014
Only Pay for what you Play
During the School Holidays come down to The Beachouse for a day of family fun. This great day out offers free entry and family fun for the price guests want to spend. Only pay for what you play.
Located at Colley Terrace Glenelg on the foreshore just 20 minutes from Adelaide, it's a fun day out for the kids and the indoor café makes it great for parents too. Open everyday through the school holidays from 9am-late
Only pay for what you play; parents can buy fun cards at the entrance and load them with any amount of money they choice. This money then turns into a credit card full of credits ready to use on rides. Each ride costs different credits such as Water Slides 3 credits, Bumper Boats 7 credits and Arcade Games 1-4 credits.
Also available are timecards and power hours. The kids timecard is perfect for the school holidays, offering two hours of unlimited fun using the play castle, train, and carousel for $18.
The Games timecard also $18 is 2 hours of unlimited arcade games and The Rides timecard at $29 is unlimited rides including slides, bumper boats, dodgem cars, mini golf and arcade games.
The Power hours offer unlimited play for 70 minutes for $38 and 100 minutes for $48
The kids will love The Beachouse because there is plenty to keep them entertained for an afternoon of fun, while parents catch up for a coffee.