Timezone Surfers Paradise enters a new era

Timezone Surfers Paradise enters a new era

Timezone Surfers Paradise has been a must-visit destination for over 40 years in its various forms, locals and visitors from all corners of the globe have been through its doors looking for and finding fun and entertainment. .

The attraction is currently undergoing a complete refurbishment that will cement its place in the must-visit lists of tourists for the next forty years.

Having started life as the iconic Grundy’s Entertainment Centre in 1981 before coming under the Timezone Australia banner in 1993, the arcade has continually adapted to an ever-changing world.

Grundys Surfers Paradise Advertisement from 1981

Grundy’s became a motto for fun, at least until 1993 when the attraction closed its doors for the last time … only to reopen soon after under a new name – Timezone Surfers Paradise.

Located on Level one of the Paradise Centre, the refurbished icon will feature a high-end laser tag arena, 200sq m of bumper car mayhem and mini bowling lanes and a glow in the dark mini-golf experience, along with an onsite cafe and prize shop.

The revised centre will also boast more than 300 of the latest arcade games, making Timezone Surfers Paradise home to one of the best collections in Australia.

The makeover continues a proud tradition of reinvention for the biggest Timezone which welcomes more than 1.2 million visitors each year and is declared the world’s best family entertainment centre by the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions in recent years.

Timezone Surfers Paradise is set for its new look debut at 10am on Saturday November 9

Timezone Surfers Paradise enters a new era
1981 Grundys Taking Over Surfers Paradise

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