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Snowland putt putt hits the mark

Posted: 5am 15 Jun 2022

For a limited time, you’ll find ‘snow’ at Redcliffe’s Undersea Putt and Play as the venue is transformed into a Christmas in July North Pole Snowland these school holidays.

Undersea Putt and Play owner Jonathan Foo says the team wants to create a special family friendly event for locals to enjoy during the school holidays.

“We love the joy of Christmas and we love the snow, something we don't get to experience in Queensland so what better way to celebrate winter with this festive event? Plus, it's fully indoors so guests don't have to worry about the cold," Jonathan says.

Every evening from 5pm (June 24 to July 10), they will be throwing a snow par-tee complete with snow machines, jolly Christmas jams and festive decorations covering the course.

While the ‘snow-covered’ venue might look cold, it won’t be because it is completely indoors.

Undersea Putt and Play is an all-ages entertainment hub with an 18-hole themed mini golf course, licenced bar offering frozen cocktails, and one of the largest redemption arcades in the area, complete with skill testers, video games and a pinball parlour.

Golfers can’t be expected to sling a hole in one on an empty stomach, so the team will be serving up a selection of pizzas and snacks to keep energy levels high.

EVENT DETAILS

Location: Corner Anzac Ave and Sutton St, Redcliffe

Dates: Friday, June 24 to Sunday, July 10

Times: Sessions available 5-9pm daily

Tickets: Visit underseaputtandplay.com.au/snowland

Each session includes four tickets $60, free for toddlers under 3

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