Area 51 has landed in Logan

The former Bunnings site on Kingston Road is now Australia’s largest indoor entertainment centre.

The centre, called Area 51, boasts a trampoline park, ninja course, bouldering walls, on-site café, sports courts and more.

There’s even a flying fox ‘aircoaster’ that traverses above the entire precinct.

And according to Operations Manager Elena Neale, this is only the beginning.

Area 51 will be joining forces with local institutions to offer classes in dance, film, sports, and cooking along with academic tutoring.

The sprawling 10,000 square feet complex will also host nightly Asian markets with permanent and rotating vendors.

‘What sets us apart is that we have everything in one place – there’s indoor play, sports and learning spaces for both adults and children,’ Elena says.

‘It’s more of a hub for play, education and the growing vibrancy of the area.

‘As a parent, I’m most excited about the adult dance classes in the future because that’s something mums can enjoy while their kids play in a safe and secure space.’

The multimillion-dollar project is set to become an anchor in the City of Logan, with around 60 staff – most of whom are locally based.

The owner himself is a local father who wanted to create a space for the community to gather.

‘He didn’t want his 2 kids to always be at home on their iPads,’ Elena says.

Learn more on the Area 51 website.

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