Unleash the Excitement: SuperPark Melbourne is Here!

Get ready, Melbourne! The thrill-packed indoor play centre SuperPark, is about to revolutionise your idea of fun. 

Their headline? They say that they’ll offer more activities than any other indoor adventure park! 

This global adventure giant is set to make waves at Highpoint Shopping Centre in Melbourne’s western suburbs from Tuesday January 2 2024. 

Brace yourselves for an adrenaline-fueled experience that’s perfect for all ages!

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Melbourne is SuperPark Australia’s First City

SuperPark was born in 2012 in Finland and has been captivating hearts worldwide, and now it’s Australia’s turn to join the adventure. 

With 15 SuperParks across seven countries welcoming seven million visitors worldwide, this indoor playground is the real deal. The success story continues, with plans for 15 new parks globally in 2024 and an impressive target of 50 parks by the end of 2025.

And guess what? Melbourne, with its AFL obsession, is the chosen city for SuperPark’s grand entrance into Australia. 

Discover Over 15 Thrilling Activities

Picture this: 2,300 square meters of pure entertainment heaven. 

SuperPark Australia is not holding back when it comes to keeping everyone on their toes!

From the high-speed thrills of the 50m Pedal Car Track to the challenge of the Ninja Track obstacle course, it’s a non-stop party of movement-based excitement. 

And that’s just the beginning! Here’s what else is on offer:

  • SuperBowling: Bowling, but not as you know it! Take Tenpin bowling to the next level.
  • SuperHoop: Dive into a fast-paced digital basketball game.
  • SuperJump: An interactive trampoline game that defies gravity.
  • SuperFooty: Calling all budding AFL stars! SuperPark introduces this world-first SuperFooty, a game designed to test kicking skills while racing against friends. 
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Something for Everyone

SuperPark understands that fun knows no age limits. 

For the big kids, there’s a towering 6-meter climbing frame, while the toddlers have their mini-climbing frame complete with a ball pit. 

From Archery to SuperBall, Air Hockey to Street Game Court, the kids won’t be able to stay still!

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A Feast for the Taste Buds

After all the excitement, it’s time to refuel! 

SuperBites Cafe offers fresh coffee, healthy meals, snacks, and treats that not only taste delicious but are good for you. 

It’s the perfect pitstop to recharge before diving back into the action.

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SuperPark Entry Fees and Booking Terms

There are different ticket options: 

  • Midweek Magic for quieter times from Monday to Friday is $30
  • Weekend & Holiday Heroes for weekends, school holidays, and public holidays is $35
  • Children under 2 get in for free. 

It is recommended to book in advance, especially for weekends and holidays. 

Admission grants you a wristband for 2 hours of in-and-out privileges at SuperPark. Additional playtime can be purchased at the standard rates, subject to availability.

Your ticket gives you unlimited access to all areas of SuperPark

All children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult who needs to purchase their own ticket.

Multi-visit passes (4, 8, or 12 visits) offer savings up to $105 and can be used during off-peak or peak times. Multi visit passes can be shared with others and can be used across multiple bookings. 4-packs of multi visit passes expire after 3 months, while 8 and 12-packs are valid for a year.

Note SuperPark grip socks are mandatory and available for $3.50 online or at the counter.

Bookings cannot be edited online. Refunds are not offered, but rescheduling can be requested by emailing hello@superpark.com.au with a $3 booking fee per change. 

If you’re running late, attendees can still join their scheduled SuperPark session, but it cannot be extended beyond the scheduled finish time.

SuperPark also caters to birthdays, school programs, and corporate packages. 

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How to Join the Adventure

Ready to dive into the excitement? Visit SuperPark Australia’s website for more details, including ticket prices, opening hours, and the latest updates. Their aim is to be the go-to destination for family fun! 

SuperPark Australia FAQs

What is SuperPark, and when will it be opening in Australia?

SuperPark is a global indoor adventure park brand.  The all-in-one indoor adventure park and play centre’s first Australian location is open at HighPoint Shopping Centre from Tuesday January 2, 2024.

What activities does SuperPark Australia offer?

SuperPark Australia SuperPark has 3 themed play areas and over 15 movement-based activities. Some of the activities include a Ninja Track where kids can unleash their inner ninja, SuperJump which is an interactive trampoline game, SuperBowling for a fun bowling experience, and Adventure City with climbing, towers, and tunnels, as well as a 50m Pedal Car Track, SuperHoop, SuperJump, and the world-first SuperFooty game. 

SuperPark has 3 themed play areas and over 15 activities to choose from. 

Is SuperPark suitable for all age groups?

Yes, SuperPark is designed for kids of all ages. There are activities suitable for toddlers, older children, and even adults.

What makes SuperPark different from other indoor adventure parks?

SuperPark stands out with its vast footprint, convenient shopping centre location, and mission to offer more activities than any other indoor adventure park.

Are there activities specifically for toddlers?

Yes, SuperPark has a smaller climbing frame with a ball pit dedicated to toddlers, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for the little ones.

What if my child doesn’t enjoy the activities at SuperPark? 

SuperPark guarantees that your child will have a great time. If within the first 15 minutes of your session start time your child is not enjoying themselves, they offer a money-back guarantee. 

How much does it cost to enter SuperPark?

Starting at just $30, visitors can enjoy a two-hour all-access pass. Children under two get in for free. SuperPark also offers hosted or freestyle birthday parties, school programs, and corporate packages. 

Is there a café or food options available at SuperPark?

Yes, SuperPark has a café called SuperBites conveniently located inside the play centre. They offer yummy meals, snacks, and treats that are also good for you. 

Do I need to book a session at SuperPark? 

You can book a session at SuperPark by visiting their website and selecting your preferred date and time. It’s recommended to book in advance to secure your spot, especially during peak times.

Is there parking available at SuperPark? 

Yes, there is parking available at the SuperPark location. They are located at Highpoint in Melbourne’s western suburbs, which offers parking facilities for visitors.

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About Joyce Watts

Joyce Watts is a former intellectual property, IT and media lawyer turned serial entrepreneur.

As well as being the founder of TOT: HOT OR NOT she helps businesses with their SEO, email marketing & social media as BrightSmart.com.au; she owns an online bike store CycleStyle.com.au and develops and produces creative experiences for families via WheelieGoodFun.com. She used to publish another popular lifestyle and food blog called MEL: HOT OR NOT The decisive guide to Melbourne.

She lives in inner-city Melbourne with her husband, two children and seven bikes.

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