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Bundy Bowl and Leisure Centre

Norville, Bundaberg Area

The tourism award winning Bundy Bowl and Leisure Centre is the largest indoor family leisure centre in regional Queensland. Open seven days and nights per week the fully air-conditioned facility has over 3,500 square metres of leisure activities on two floors.

There are 16 lanes of tenpin bowling with computer scoring, licensed cafe and upstairs function and bar area, gigantic indoor children's slide which is six metres high, children's playground and jumping castle plus tiny town area for children up to four years, ball pit and children’s climbing area.

Enjoy family interactive video games arcade and pool tables, full size electric dodgem car arena just like at the show, zone three laser tag the real life adventure game with 16 laser tag packs, Jurassic putt black light mini golf arena with lifelike 3D dinosaurs T Rex/Bracasurus standing four and a half metres high – the only such attraction seen anywhere in Australia.

Open Times

Open Mondays to Thursdays 0845 to 2130, Fridays and Saturdays 0845 to 2300, Sundays and all public holidays 1000 to 2130.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Child Activities
  • Child Minding
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Kiosk
  • Lockers
  • Public Telephone

Other Information

Accessibility:

There is ramp access to the building entrance and ramped areas access to bowling lanes and full disabled access to toilet facilities.

Children:

This is a family entertainment facility with a wide range of activities including children’s playgrounds, jumping castle, slide, dodgems, laser tag, mini golf, ten pin bowling, arcade games and special area for children aged up to four years.
17 Lester Street
Norville, Bundaberg Area
Queensland
Australia

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