1. The Riddle Room
The headliner for Autumn and Winter indoor activities is The Riddle Room. A new and quirky addition to the Canberra entertainment scene, the Riddle Room is full of riddle-ridden activities that you must solve to open locks, find keys and solve more puzzles to progress through the storyline and make your way out of the room in 60 minutes or you fail! You can receive hints if you get stuck. It’s a new form of exciting adventure game.
The Riddle Room is designed for groups of two to four people, and is recommended for people aged over 16 (kids can participate but they must be accompanied by an adult).
If you start to feel slightly claustrophobic or it’s just not for you, there is an emergency exit and you can stop the game at any time.
Give it a try this season!
8b/160 Lysaght St, Mitchell ACT 2911
Prices start from just $35 per person.
Simply visit riddleroom.com.au for more information.
2. Groovin the Moo
Every year Canberra always seems to just lose the big festivals to major cities, but do not despair! This May some of the biggest acts in music will be gracing the nation’s capital.
The line-up of the 2017 Groovin the Moo festival includes the likes of recent Hottest 100 winner Amy Shark, The Wombats, Dillon Francis, The Jungle Giants, Tash Sultana, Hayden James, and Allday.
View the full line-up here.
Unfortunately, tickets for this event have already sold out due to popular demand; but do not fear! GTM are currently running a competition for the last tickets – so keep a close eye on their social media and you might be the lucky winner of 4 x VIP passes to the event.
Sunday 7th May 2017
University of Canberra lawns
Kinari St, Bruce
Tickets start from $105.90 (excluding booking fee)
For more information visit the official website here.
3. Canberra’s new underground bar scene
Melbourne’s speakeasy bar culture has taken off, and Canberra is following closely in its footsteps. New underground bars are popping up all over the capital, and they’re changing the way we look at Canberra’s nightlife.
Molly’s speakeasy is amongst one of the many bustling locations for the cultured Canberran. With only geographical coordinates to mark its place, it’s all about embracing your inner explorer to discover this amazing underground bar. The modern prohibition era fit out of the bar transports you to an era of elaborate cocktails and boundless lists of aged whiskies.
Molly’s is just one of the many bars of its kind in Canberra, and is a must-see when visiting the nation’s capital.
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