New Ninja Parc site to open in time for Easter school holidays- 5 passes to WIN
As the countdown to Ninja Warrior Season 3 begins and the school holidays loom, Sydney’s largest Ninja playground prepares to open with the help of former Ninja Warrior stars. Located at South Granville, this is Sydney’s first Ninja Parc site and the fourth location for the Ninja Parc brand in Australia.
Ninja Parc South Granville will open on Saturday April 9 and will feature obstacles including rope climbs, bouldering challenges, vertical and horizontal doors, a sea of poles and everyone’s favourite: the warped wall. The centre also offers parkour classes, birthday parties, fully supervised school holiday programs and an onsite café.
The centre will host a Grand Opening on Wednesday April 20 to those who pre-register. Former Ninja Warrior contestants will drop in to put the obstacles to the test and share heir experts tips with wannabe little ninjas. There will also be the chance to take part in
free classes, challenges and win prizes along with special Foundation Memberships.
Ninja Parc National program Manager Mitch Bird, who was one of the course-testers for Ninja Warrior Season 3, will also be in attendance at the Grand Opening along with Ninja Parc founder, John Pirlo.
Ninja Parc, which has already opened locations in Melbourne, Newcastle and Townsville is the brainchild of fitness entrepreneur John Pirlo who saw a need to create an outlet for kids that combined fun and fitness.
“We’re thrilled that Sydney finally gets a Ninja Parc – and just in time for the school holidays,” said John.
“This is fun and movement combined in a unique way that all ages love – the smiles on kids’ faces tell the whole story.”
For more information about membership, casual visits or school holiday programs and to register for the Grand Opening celebration on April 20 visit www.ninjaparc.com.au. Casual sessions start from $10 for kids 0-4 and $19.95 for kids 5+. Ninja Parc South Granville is located at Unit 1F/62 Ferndell St, South Granville.
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