Holey Moley Has Just Added Nine New Holes and Two Karaoke Rooms to Its Fortitude Valley Digs
You can now putt-putt your way around 'E.T.' and 'Stranger Things' holes — or belt out hits from the 60s.
Next time you pick up a club, order a drink and hit the mini-golf greens at Fortitude Valley's Holey Moley, you'll be able to swing your way around E.T., Stranger Things, Uno and Operation-themed holes — or, if you'd prefer, you can grab a microphone.
The popular Warner Street spot occasionally gives its two nine-hole courses a revamp, with the multi-level venue unveiling its latest creations after refurbishing half of them. As well as making over a considerable part of its existing site, Holey Moley has also made two crucial new additions: two 60s and 70s-style karaoke rooms.
If you're fond of belting out a tune, you can jump between pretending you're in Happy Gilmore and living out your A Star Is Born dreams by heading into the two onsite singing suites, which can accommodate up to ten people.
For those keen to keep tap, tap, tapping away inside the converted old church, the rebadged holes also span zombies, mazes and magic, and come with names such as 'The Loop Hole', 'Par for the Corpse', 'Mazed and Confused' and 'Draw Fore'.
While in renovation mode, Holey Moley has also shaken up its menu. Drinks-wise, newcomer On the Green goes heavy on the Red Bull and features a golf ball on top, while fellow fresh addition The Pink Tee blends gin, tequila, spiced rum and cointreau. There's the Duck, Duck Joose, too, which comes served in a bathtub complete with rubber ducks, plus mocktails dubbed the Ginger Ninja and Coco Loco.
And, if you need to something to eat, beef nachos, cheese-laden garlic pizza (in both regular and vegan varieties) and a selection of bread and dips now rank among the edible options.
Find Holey Moley at 25 Warner Street, Fortitude Valley, open Monday–Thursday 12–11pm, Friday 12pm–12am, Saturday 10am–12pm and Sunday 10am–11pm.
Published on July 04, 2019 by Sarah Ward