Play, race, shop, eat and be entertained at Stockland Green Hills these school holidays.
With a variety of food and entertainment, shopping and gathering spaces available at the East Maitland address, children of all ages will be kept busy for hours.
Doors open from 9am Monday-Saturday, and 10am on Sundays – leaving hours to tick off the to-do lists.
Whether you’re up for an adventure with teenage turtles or are feeling pink about seeing Barbie, if you’re keen to catch PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie or have your eye on another flick, HOYTS has a host of options and experiences on offer.
When its game-time the good news is Green Hills is also home to Timezone, the country’s most popular games arcade.
Race a mate around a virtual track or try and knock over all ten pins in bowling, cash-in at the Winners Vault, shoot raiders and find treasure.
For the five to 11-year-olds there’s Kids World Playland and Cafe – an entertainment space filled with obstacles, slides, coloured balls, climbing frames and soft mats.
Then, when it’s time to refuel there’s always TGI Fridays at ‘The Courtyard’ – Green Hills’ outdoor dining precinct with over 15 eateries.
The American food and burger bar that takes its styling cues from New York eateries from the 1960s, has plenty of delicious options on offer in its extensive menu.
Loaded Potato Twisters, Texan BBQ wings and ribs, and crispy chicken burgers and hotdogs are sure to bust the hungers, and cookie sundaes, Malteser turtles and cheesecake cups should satisfy the sugar cravings.
The best news for mums is there’s plenty of coffee stops too, and it’s all open rain, hail or shine.
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