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We went to the Phillip Island ten pin bowling centre for the first time today to attend a fundraiser for endangered frogs. It's not huge, but it certainly isn't lacking for things to do. There are about 10 lanes for bowling, and if you get...More
I took my 3 boys and glad I did. In the heat this place was an oasis. Yep we didn’t eat there but it’s not a restaurant. We bowled and the equipment was just fine. Ample bowls and shoes.
Kids had a great time and...More
The bowling allays are bad and they are very broken. The bumper doesn’t go down probably so when the bumper is off and is meant to be down it just stays up. We had many problems. The staff was really nice though just need new...More
We had time to kill so decided to go bowling. It’s in need of a update - the arcade games were offering prizes from the 90’s! There are plenty of games for kids though so they’ll love it. We ordered wedges (I am 100% sure...More
We had the same idea as many other families when looking for an outing with the kids when the weather was not suitable for the beach.
While parking was tight and all lanes booked on our arrival the kids played table tennis while we could...More
The place has been around for ages and we come here all the time. There are arcade games and laser tag, plus pool tables, and you can watch the big screen for footy or music videos. Oh and they have bowling. Fun for all ages,...More
Needing something to do during those 'indoor days' on Phillip Island we came across this place. Their website is out of date and their promo flyers at the Info centre seem to be geared to tourists, families and children (tenpins painted like penguins). However this...More