Bringing The Jungle to North Lakes

Published 12:00pm 20 January 2023

Bringing The Jungle to North Lakes
Words by Nick Crockford

A huge new purpose-built Jungle Adventure Play centre is being planned for North Lakes.

A development application has been submitted to Moreton Bay Regional Council for the indoor centre at 2 McLennan Court.

The site - just under 10,000sqm - is beside North Lakes Specialist Medical Centre, also fronting on to Memorial Drive and Gregor St West.

Plans lodged this month say The Jungle Adventure Play will offer a “multitude of indoor activities and apparatuses for all ages”.

The centre would have a floor area of 3805sqm over two levels – ground floor 2428sqm and upper level 1377sqm.

There would also be an outdoor mini golf course, 174 car parks and 16 spaces for bicycles.

The proposed centre would likely operate seven days a week, from 9am-5pm with extended hours 9am-8pm on Friday and Saturday.

It would be a sister facility to The Jungle Adventure Play at Tingalpa, see video above, which is described as “Queensland’s largest indoor play centre”.

Tingalpa has The Gorilla Warrior, Tribal Climb, Jungle Canopy High Ropes and The Hawk, a 140m flying fox, among more than 20 obstacles and 22 climbing walls.

The Jungle Adventure Play centre at Tingalpa is open seven days a week and suitable for all age groups.

Bringing The Jungle to North Lakes

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