Friday, October 20, 2017
ADV---Fun-City

Are your kids up to the challenge?

Nicholise Garner September 27, 2017
GIVE THE KIDS A CHANCE TO CHALLENGE THEMSELVES… On his 12th birthday Marley Garner-Griffiths faced his fears and left from the Tower of Terror at Fun City. Photo: Nicholise Garner.

GIVE THE KIDS A CHANCE TO CHALLENGE THEMSELVES… On his 12th birthday Marley Garner-Griffiths faced his fears and left from the Tower of Terror at Fun City. Photo: Nicholise Garner.

ONE of the best things you can do for your kids is to get them to challenge themselves, to try new things and to face their fears. Fun City is packed with activities to challenge kids (and adults) of any age.

Fun City business co-owner, Angie Shaw said, “Whether it’s the tower climb of terror for yourself or older kids, or bowling for the little ones, have some fun and and challenge yourself at Fun City. This school holidays we have the ‘Mega All Day Pass’ special on offer. It includes, two Go Kart rides and unlimited Laser Tag, Mini Golf, Balladium Ball Blaster, Rock Climbing, Cave Bouldering, Pole Climb and Leap of Faith, Haunted House, Bungee Run, Simulator Rides, Bungee Trampoline, plus $20 amusement machine credit, all for just $89 per person!”

For birthday celebrations, Fun City has nine pre-set children parties including one for the little one, Little Tykes party. This is for the 6 and under age group. Don’t forget Fun City for you work functions… what better way to celebrate the end of the year with you team members.

The Fun City website www.funcity.com.au has all activities; prices and a customable party plan available. Drop in to Fun City at Riverside Plaza, 8025 Goulburn Valley Highway, Kialla, next Door to Harvey Norman. Keep an eye out their school holiday activities by searching for ‘Fun City Shepparton’ on Facebook.