The Entertainment and Education Group have launched a new, dual-branded combination of Australian entertainment brands: Timezone and Zone Bowling at 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 fills over 3,000 square metres of space with games and entertainment offerings, all nestled in a welcoming environment suited to guests of all ages.
Guests are treated to over 140 Arcade Games, 12 bowling lanes, a Laser Tag arena accommodating up to 24 players and a seven-car Spin Zone Bumper Car arena.
The Entertainment and Education Group’s (TEEG) impressive experience in bringing together intelligent design concepts with cutting edge lighting, high-quality fittings and comfortable furnishings sets the scene for a whole new world of fun. This newest family entertainment venue will create an opportunity for the community of Ryde and its surrounds to reignite their sense of adventure while making memories with friends and family.
Kane Fong, General Manager of Timezone and Zone Bowling Australia enthused “we are tremendously excited to be bringing our second dual-branded venue to Sydney. The extensive refresh and repositioning of a dual-branded Timezone and Zone Bowling in Villawood in 2019 showed us how strong our guests’ appetites for fresh out-of-home entertainment options are. The introduction of Timezone and Zone Bowling to Top Ryde City couldn’t have come at a better time as families hunt for safe, yet exciting entertainment options to explore during our return to normality.”
The build also includes three special multi-purpose party rooms, able to host up to 90 people in celebrating their birthdays, special milestones, life wins, corporate celebrations and even team building sessions. An impressive Winners Vault will, of course, take centre stage at the new venue, offering a wide range of high-quality, unique and branded prizes.
Fong adds “Timezone and Zone Bowling Top Ryde City aims to become the go-to spot for making good memories and sharing positive experiences. So, whether you’re a bowler, a gaming aficionado, a Laser Tag battle squad member or just a group of friends giving the bumper cars a spin – we promise you there’ll be abundant fun to be had and memories to be made.”
Timezone and Zone Bowling Top Ryde City opened its doors on Friday 5th November 2021.
TEEG acquired the international business of Timezone Group which operates over 300 Family Entertainment Centres across the Asia Pacific region. TEEG has its Headquarters in Singapore. Find out more at www.teeg.com.
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8th November 2018 – New central Wellington FEC offers New Zealand’s first Timezone redemption shop
15th November 2017 – Quadrant to back Timezone Group’s accelerated growth plan
9th February 2017 – Timezone plans expansion as shopping malls look to entertainment
21st December 2016 – Timezone New Zealand opens new FEC in Rotorua
14th December 2016 – Timezone Gold Coast named 2016 Gold Coast Business of the Year
12th October 2016 – New Timezone FEC opens in Werribee
22nd September 2016 – Timezone New Zealand encouraging Pokémon Go fans to pose
21st September 2016 – Timezone Group appoints Scott Blume as Group Managing Director amid board restructure
7th July 2016 – Timezone Gold Coast wins Business Excellence Award
9th March 2016 – New Timezone FEC opens on The Strand in Coolangatta
23rd May 2018 – Australasian AMF Bowling centres to adopt Zone Bowling brand
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