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Sydney's Largest Indoor Fun Park Has Arrived in the City's West

With a huge electric go-karting track, six bowling lanes, a VR arena and 50 old-school arcade games.
By Samantha Teague
November 27, 2020
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Sydney's Largest Indoor Fun Park Has Arrived in the City's West

With a huge electric go-karting track, six bowling lanes, a VR arena and 50 old-school arcade games.
By Samantha Teague
November 27, 2020
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Sydney has no shortage of places where you can do more than just drink, but it's never had an entertainment facility quite this big. Entertainment Park, as it's fittingly named, has just opened in the west with the city's largest indoor electric go-kart track, six competition-length bowling lanes, a VR arena, racing car simulators and old-school arcade games.

Located at the Aerodrome near Bankstown Airport, the indoor fun park has opened just in time for the Christmas break (and school holidays). And it has a heap to keep both kids and kidults entertained.

You can start your day of activities — or night, the centre stays open till 10pm every single day — with a spin in an electric go-kart, which can reach speeds of 85 kilometres per hour as you whip around the 3500-square-metre track. Then, hop over to Hologate: the German-designed virtual reality arena. Here, you'll fight robots, zombies and dragons, or challenge your mates to a dance battle.

Sounds like tiring work, right? Well, thankfully, you can fuel up in between dancing and fighting at the in-house cafe or at one of the food trucks. Both Knafeh Drive Thru and Kerbside Eatery are set to roll into the park, with more Sydney favourite trucks set to be announced over the coming weeks and months.

Once you've refuelled, you can jump into a racing car simulator that is similar to the ones used be Australian V8 Supercar drivers, play one of (or all) the 50 arcade machines, have a round of pool on one of four tables or get your beard trimmed. Yep, there's even an onsite barbershop.

Prices vary depending on what activity you pick, with VR games starting at $10, bowling at $16 and go-karting from $35 for ten minutes.

Find Entertainment Park at 20/361 Milperra Road, Bankstown Aerodrome from 10am–10pm daily.

Published on November 27, 2020 by Samantha Teague

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