iPlay Australia Determined To Build Mega Games Centre In North Lakes

iPlay centre
Photo credit: iPlay Australia/Facebook

iPlay Australia is intent on building their warehouse-sized play centre in North Lakes, as previously announced in mid-2017.

Hopes were high for a 2018 opening which did not materialise but a company spokesperson said that work may start within 2019.

The mega centre will be built on the 1.5-hectare parcel of land owned by the entertainment firm at 10 North Lakes Drive, opposite the Westfield North Lakes Shopping Centre. It will be the biggest iPlay games centre that North Lakes or even the Gold Coast has ever seen, even bigger than Bunnings.

The games and activities venue will include dodgem cars, laser tag, tenpin bowling alleys, wall climbing, classic arcade games, trampolines, and modern technology activities.

There will also be dining options for families as well as facilities and space for those who plan to hold amazingly active birthday parties.

Photo credit: iPlay Australia/Facebook

iPlay Australia is known for its chain of arcades located throughout the country. The firm’s name has always been equated with fun, awesome and exciting activities.

In Queensland, iPlay has centres at the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Cairns, Toowoomba and Redbank, with another planned for Ipswich.

Family interaction at iPlay centre
Family Interaction at an iPlay centre
(Photo credit: iPlay Australia/Facebook)

As locals would attest, North Lakes has a young demographic and is an accessible destination for people from different directions. This makes it the perfect location to set up the big centre.

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The mega centre hopes to have a constructive effect on the interaction of families and a positive impact on the local economy as many families will be flocking to North Lakes.

With its completion, North Lakes will soon become the new destination for family fun and celebrations.