Where is it at?
65/69 Keira Street
Tel: 02 4228 4300
Where are we going today?
Zoom zoom zoom! Do you have a heap of energy, love to play, climb, bounce and have a ton of FUN!?
Zoom is all about fun, and in this indoor fun centre you can play, create, and enjoy yourself until your heart's content!
Perfect for kids up to 12 years of age, it's bright, colourful and has a heap of fun equipment that is just waiting to be enjoyed!
The great thing about Zoom is that there is heaps of room, which has allowed them to divide the area into three age zones: Crawlers (for those up to 1), Toddlers (ages 1 - 4) and children (ages 5 - 12).
This way, they can ensure age appropriate toys in activities in each one, and the smaller kids can really relax in their environment without the intimidation of the older kids.
Some of the really fun activities they have for them to play with include a giant multi level maze full of challenges and fun obstacles and even a huge three lane slide! Weeeee!
There are also two (not one - TWO!) jumping castles, a toddler-only maze and a super fun ball pit! (They are always our favourites!)
If they just love it there and can see themselves getting their friends round to celebrate their birthday, they have 5 themed party rooms perfect for the occasion.
Parents, don't you worry because they have tried to make the centre as relaxing for you as it is as thrilling for the kids. There is a full view cafe plus all your daily newspapers and magazines, so just sit back, relax, and let your kids do all the work! (Wouldn't it be great if it worked like that all the time?)
How much does it cost?
- AdultsNo entry fee
- Children$8 (Ages 1 - 3) / $10 (Ages 4 - 12)
- Free Under: 12 months
When can we go?
Mon to Fri 9.30 to 3pm; / Weekends10am to 4pm.
Closed public holidays
Parents don't worry - they have quality coffee! There is also food served in their custom designed cafe with in-house chef. No outside food or drink is allowed in the venue .
They can cater for any special food requirements the kids may have. .
Any Top Tips?
Remember to take socks! You will need them to PLAY!.
For the parties, you can request a face painter! They also ask that you bring your own birthday cake. .
What people are saying?
by Karaoke Superstar
Friendly staff, great food but weak drinks, not the restaurants fault since they follow Utah's alcohol law, no more than an ounce and a half of alcohol per drink, a lemon drop martini will taste like lemonade.
Will definitely go back and recommend others.
by Jeffrey Brown
To begin with, we had three appetizers; the ceviche, onion rings and quesadillas. The Ceviche, the best of the three and although acceptable, was a little too “saucy” and totally covered the flavor of the seafood. The quesadillas were also acceptable, but no different than you would expect from a “Fridays”. Finally, the onion rings were far too battered, did not have enough crisp and had little flavor. The doughy rings would have been better left for a town fair rather than a high end restaurant. The idea of even making them an appetizer...Read More
by Michael Jensen
Literally. I ordered the salmon with the lemon dill sauce and was completely impressed with the taste and texture of all of the food, including the asparagus and mashed potatoes. The outside atmosphere was very nice, especially with the restaurant next door's live piano. Probably not a place to bring your kids, but great with the wife.
by Kelly Johnson
Good burger and excellent buffalo wing onion rings
by Peter Lynch
Good location with good food. Can be busy, nice varied menu that should please most anyone. American / southwestern menu, salads, upscale sandwiches, fish, steak, etc.
by Jeffrey Brown
To begin with, we had three appetizers; the ceviche, onion rings and quesadillas. The Ceviche, the best of the three and although acceptable, was a little too “saucy” and totally covered the flavor of the seafood. The quesadillas were also acceptable, but no different than you would expect from a “Fridays”. Finally, the onion rings were far too battered, did not have enough crisp and had little flavor. The doughy rings would have been better left for a town fair rather than a high end restaurant. The idea of even making them an appetizer was ridiculous. A few rings with shreds of carrots would have been better left to accompany the barbeque spare ribs or another any of the other poorly executed main dishes. All in our party also had the Thai Barbeque Shrimp Salad, which being a salad one would find it unimaginable that things could go wrong, but nevertheless they did. The greens were wilted and shrimp could have been cooked a little longer. It seemed as if the chef used some of left over Prawns from the Ceviche and topped them on the salad before cooking them properly.
As for the main dishes, we had two orders of the barbeque spare ribs, one fish of the day the Ribeye Steak. The ribs were drenched in a thick barbeque sauce, but having tasted them and the seeing the quality of the fatty, flavorless meat, I can certainly understand the need to mask them as they were presented. The need to hide the meat was obvious from the first taste. The fish was also a disaster. It was not properly grilled on the outside and undercooked on the inside. It had little seasoning and if the chef was relying on the mushroom cream sauce atop to make the dish, it was not only another demonstration of his lack of skill, but bad judgment. Similar comments can be made for the Ribeye Steak, except to add that the quality of the meat was truly sub standard. It was loaded with fat and there was little to actually eat, even if you wanted to. Mountain resort towns are often well known for their meat, but what is served at Zoom at best can be described as what you would expect eating at a “Chillis” in any major city.
It is often said that you can tell the quality of a restaurant from its tomatoes and bread. Although we did not experience the tomatoes, I am quite certain that the latter was days old “wonder bread”. It became the joke of the evening and provided for a few laughs while we were satisfied our appetites at a fantastic ice cream shop up the road. If anyone were to have me recommend a restaurant in Park City, Zoom wouldn’t even be a thought. In fact, I would recommend to stay far away from it even if it meant having to eat at the McDonalds in Kimball Junction miles outside of town. This was without question, one of the most disappointing restaurants I have ever eaten at anywhere. The Sundance Kid needs to hunker down there for awhile like he did in the Bolivian town until things get straightened out. Hopefully though, the ending will turn out different than the movie.