Twenty years after Timezone closed its doors in Parramatta, New South Wales, The Entertainment and Education Group’s (TEEG) brand has reopened there.

Timezone is back in Sydney after 20 years

The 53rd Timezone FEC in Australia is in a new, split-level building at the Westfield shopping mall. It has four short-lane bowling lanes, over 100 arcade games, eight Spin Zone bumper cars and a laser tag arena that will accommodate 24 players at a time.

Kane Fong, general manager of Timezone and Zone Bowling Australia, said: “Western Sydney is a thriving, multi-cultural growth hub that’s home to generations of families that prioritise connection and community. Ongoing investments in infrastructure and the cultural arts economy in the area bodes well for the future of this vibrant section of the city.”

Sonaal Chopra, group CEO at TEEG, said: “Wherever we open a Timezone venue, it quickly becomes the entertainment destination, where the community gets together to share fun memories and build social connections. I am certain that this new venue will be a welcomed addition to the area.” The 1,750sq.m of Timezone Parramatta includes three party rooms. The venue opens its doors on July 2.