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If you're looking for a different kind of holiday activity, Hamilton Island's bowling alley offers family-friendly games, from 1.30Pm - 9.00Pm every day. What you'll love about Island Bowling: - Try your hand at 9-pin bowling - an original bowling...more
Ask this guy for movie Recommendations, hes the man to go to! Damien is not only a worker at the movie store, he is also a wizz at knowing what movies are good for what genre you are into! Damien gave us exellent customer service,...More
9 pin, not 10 pin, so a bit different (after trying it, 10 pin is superior). We had fun, $49 for an hour for up to 6 people is quite good value.
They have a variety of 'games' which we tried out, so you can...More
Look, it’s not state of the art, but that’s not why you’d come here.The bowling has a variety of different games, bumpers and a ball ramp for the little ones.
We were served by Jason (I think, on Wednesday night) and he was really helpful....More
Went with 2 pre-teen kids to waste an hour in the evening. Slightly different balls and some unusual games as well as the standard bowling. Hard to get a strike. Not sure if the playing surface is completely flat any more based on the action...More
Its a great place. We went twice and loved it. The games you play on the screen are fun. You can choose which one you play. The pins are on strings like puppets. Still works well. There is a mixture of ball types. Cold drinks...More
We decided to go bowling as it was raining had the best time with family of 3 teens. Well worth the $49.00 for a lane for an hour as we got a good few games in including snakes and ladders and crosses. Different to the...More
Nine curvy pins attached to string that oddly lift themselves like haunted marionettes once knocked down, odd-shaped balls to bowl with, and bizarre game rules like bingo and horse...this activity is likely best for families with pre-teen or teenage kids. We didn't love it --...More