The Entertainment and Education group has launched a new combination at two brands of Australian entertainment brands: Timezone and Zone Bowling in Top Ryde City.
As the first purpose-built venue since the successful introduction of Timezone and Zone Bowling Garden City in Queensland in 2019, Timezone and Zone Bowling Top Ryde City occupies over 3,000 square meters of space with games and entertainment offerings. , all nestled in a welcoming environment suitable for guests of all ages.
Guests are treated to over 140 arcade games, 12 bowling lanes, a Laser Tag arena for up to 24 players, and a seven-car Spin Zone Bumper Car arena.
The Entertainment and Education Group (TEEG) ‘s impressive experience in combining intelligent design concepts with cutting edge lighting, high quality amenities and comfortable furnishings sets the stage for a whole new world of fun. This new place for family entertainment will create an opportunity for the community of Ryde and surrounding areas to rekindle their sense of adventure while creating memories with friends and family.
Kane Fong, Managing Director of Timezone and Zone Bowling Australia, was enthusiastic: “We are extremely happy to bring our second dual brand location to Sydney. The extensive refresh and repositioning of a dual-branded time zone and bowling area at Villawood in 2019 showed us just how hungry our customers are for new options in out-of-home entertainment. The introduction of Timezone and Zone Bowling to Top Ryde City couldn’t have come at a better time as families seek safe but exciting entertainment options to explore as we return to normalcy.
The build also includes three special multi-purpose party rooms, capable of accommodating up to 90 people to celebrate their birthdays, special milestones, victories in life, corporate celebrations and even team-building sessions. An impressive Winners Chest will of course take center stage in the new site, offering a wide range of high quality, unique and branded prizes.
Fong adds “Time Zone and Top Bowling Zone Ryde City aims to become the go-to place to create fond memories and share positive experiences. So whether you are a bowler, games enthusiast, member of the Laser Tag battle team, or just a group of friends spinning the bumper cars – we promise it will be a lot of fun playing. to have and memories to create. “
Time Zone and Bowling Zone Top Ryde City opened on Friday, November 5, 2021.
TEEG acquired the international activities of Timezone Group which operates more than 300 family entertainment centers in the Asia-Pacific region. TEEG is headquartered in Singapore. For more information, visit www.teeg.com.
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November 8, 2018 – Wellington’s New Central FEC Offers New Zealand’s First Time Zone Exchange Shop
May 11, 2018 – Timezone New Zealand seeks to find the first national WMMT champion
November 15, 2017 – Quadrant supports the accelerated growth plan of Timezone Group
February 9, 2017 – Time zone predicts expansion as malls turn to entertainment
December 21, 2016 – Timezone New Zealand opens a new FEC in Rotorua
December 14, 2016 – Timezone Gold Coast named Gold Coast Company of the Year 2016
October 12, 2016 – Opening of a new FEC time zone in Werribee
September 22, 2016 – New Zealand time zone encourages Pokémon Go fans to pose
September 21, 2016 – Timezone Group appoints Scott Blume as Group Managing Director in Board restructuring
July 7, 2016 – Timezone Gold Coast wins the Business Excellence Award
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May 23, 2018 – Australasian AMF bowling centers adopt Zone Bowling brand
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