The Entertainment and Education Group (TEEG) has opened its 250th Timezone FEC in Australia.
The location is at Westfield Plenty Valley, in the state of Victoria and it opened just in time for the region’s school spring holidays.
The FEC covers 1,500sq.m said Kane Fong, general manager of Timezone and Zone Bowling Australia. “We focus on providing state-of-the-art in-person experiences, from old favourites refreshed to the latest in cutting-edge virtual reality and interactive game-playing scenarios.”
Guests can choose from more than 110 arcade games, a laser tag arena accommodating 24 players, four short-lane bowling lanes, a Spin Zone with seven bumper cars, and a 9D cinema featuring 3D animated movies enhanced by surround sound and active motion for an immersive experience.
A café and party rooms complete the location’s offering.