best indoor activities when its raining in sydney

Best Indoor Activities When Its Raining In Sydney

Sydney is known for its beautiful sunny weather, but it still can rain from time to time. So if you find yourself in Sydney when the weather is rainy, don’t worry! 

There are plenty of indoor activities that you can do that will get your blood pumping and help pass the time. From museums to shopping malls- here are a few suggestions of what you should do indoors during those rainy days in Sydney!

Sydney has a near-perfect climate, with pleasant daytime temperatures in winter and long warm days during the summer months. And best of all, the sun always shines in Sydney. Or does it?

Believe it or not, Sydney actually experiences on average 100 rainy days per year, with an average yearly rainfall of more than 1200 mm. 

Compared to other Australian cities, those statistics aren’t too bad, but they may still come as a surprise for some of us.

So what do the outdoor-loving locals do on those rainy days in Sydney when we can’t go outside without getting soaked?

 We’ve compiled some of our favourites. So pull out the gumboots and brolly, and splash it.

1. Discover Sydney’s Art

Art may not be the most apparent reason for tourists to visit Sydney. Still, Australia’s prettiest city is home to a great range of art galleries and museums, as well as exhibitions and events.

Housed in an impressive art deco building at Circular Quay, the Museum of Contemporary Art is dedicated to exhibiting, collecting and interpreting the work of today’s contemporary Australian and International artists.

With free entrance and various special exhibitions and workshops organised throughout the year, a visit to the MCA is a must.

The Art Gallery of NSW is Sydney’s most important public gallery and one of the largest in Australia. 

Housed in an impressive classical building on the eastern side of the Domain, the gallery showcases important works of various Australian artists. It is one of the world’s largest permanent exhibitions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art.

museum of contemporary art australia mca

Museum of Contemporary Art Australia – MCA

The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) is Australia’s leading museum dedicated to exhibiting, interpreting and collecting contemporary art from across Australia and worldwide.

The MCA presents an engaging program of exhibitions and related special events. The MCA program covers the range and diversity of contemporary art from significant thematic collections and surveys of established artists, solo shows, new work by emerging artists, painting and sculpture to new media.

Located at Circular Quay on the edge of Sydney Harbour, the MCA is housed in the former Maritime Services building – a fine example of late Art Deco architecture.

The MCA Store is one of Sydney’s unique shopping destinations specialising in Australian and international contemporary art and culture publications and unique gifts. At the same time, the MCA Café offers modern Australian cuisine with spectacular views of Sydney Harbour.

Art Gallery of New South Wales

The Art Gallery of NSW is one of Australia’s foremost cultural institutions. Established in 1871, the gallery showcases works by past and present Australian and international artists. In addition, there are dedicated galleries to Indigenous art and works from Asia.

Near the Royal Botanic Garden‘s eastern gate, the Art Gallery of NSW is open every day from 10 am to 5 pm, except on Christmas Day and Good Friday. Admission is free. 

On Wednesdays, you can enjoy the collections and talks until 10 pm with Art After Hours.

The Yiribana Gallery inside the Art Gallery of NSW has works by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island artists. 

It also includes the Yiribana Project Space, home to a range of changing exhibitions. Yiribana means ‘this way in the language of the Eora people.

You can walk to the gallery from the Royal Botanic Garden or the city centre. Martin Place and St James are the closest train stations. 

Australian and international exhibitions complement the permanent collections throughout the year.

Sydney Indoor Ice Skating

2. Go Indoor Ice Skating

Visit one of the various Sydney ice skating rinks and experience the true winter spirit close to home. Ice skating is fun for the whole family, and Sydney has a great selection of indoor and outdoor ice-skating rinks on offer.

For many of us, ice skating is a totally new experience. It’s hard at first, but after a few practices runs, you’ll soon find out why this sport is so addictive.

Visiting an ice skating rink is also a great idea for a romantic date. Not only will you be having loads of fun together, but you also get the chance to show off your fantastic ice skating skills.

Macquarie Ice Rink

The famous Macquarie Ice Rink within Macquarie Shopping Centre has been around for more than 30 years as a playground and training facility for recreational and professional ice skaters. It is home to a full-size Olympic rink with seating for up to 2,000 people.

Macquarie Ice Rink is open all year round (except Christmas Day) and offers figure skating, synchronised skating, ice dance, theatre on ice, speed skating, ice hockey and more.

Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink

One of the oldest rinks in Sydney, the Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink has an Olympic sized ice skating rink, a free car park, a canteen, and seating for up to 300 people.

In addition to general public skating sessions, Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink hosts a skate school that offers various sports programs and classes for available skating, figure skating, short track speed skating, synchronised skating, ice hockey, and more.

Penrith Ice Palace

Open seven days a week, Penrith Ice Palace is an Olympic size ice skating centre that has been around for more than 20 years.

At this fantastic facility, you can do figure skating lessons, public skating sessions, birthday parties, learn-to-skate programs, disco nights, and even play or watch a game of broomball.

3. Do a Sydney Opera House Tour

Opened in 1973, the Sydney Opera House is not only one of Sydney’s top tourist attractions; it’s also considered one of the most famous and distinctive buildings from the 20th century.

The Opera House is now a multi-venue performing arts centre with several theatres, rehearsal studios, two main halls, restaurants, bars and souvenir shops.

A great way to learn more about the Opera House is by doing a tour. For example, this hour-long guided tour takes you underneath the world-famous sails and along the 300 corridors of the Opera House.

Or otherwise, this intimate backstage tour goes behind the scenes, inside the orchestra pit and a dressing room, complemented with unique insider stories.

The Sydney Opera House Tour has been reimagined, and we’re excited to take you on a journey to uncover untold stories, anecdotes, and history – it has a story to tell, and now’s your chance to discover the magic beneath the sails.

For the first time, watch unforgettable moments from past Concert Hall performances, learning about the history and future of this world-famous hall in an immersive digital experience. 

Experience the future within a new purpose-built venue with heritage-inspired interiors and state-of-the-art technology, including 270-degree visuals and surround sound.

From the jaw-dropping sweep of the sails to our soaring cathedral interiors, it is impossible to complete a tour of the Sydney Opera House without being compelled to look up.

4. Do a Pottery Class

Did you know that rainy weather sparks creativity in people? So why not make the most of that Sydney rainy day and learn how to create pottery with an authentic pottery workshop.

A pottery class under the professional guidance of a skilled teacher is not only lots of fun, but you may also even be able to walk away with a couple of great new additions to your kitchen.

There are various pottery classes to choose from all over Sydney, run by independent craftspeople and schools, so you can find one that’s located close to you or somewhere easy to get to.

It is, however, recommended to book in advance, as these Sydney pottery workshops have proven to be quite popular.

Kintsugi workshop

Kintsugi is the intricate Japanese art of repairing broken pottery using lacquer and fine gold powder. Learn this ancient craft with Japanese masters at Kintsugi classes in Sydney! 

You’ll have the chance to practice an art form grounded in mindfulness and sustainable living and create a beautiful object that celebrates imperfection. 

By healing what was broken, the practice of Kintsugi promotes the philosophy of wabi-sabi and encourages repair over replacement. 

This is a great pottery course for anyone interested in minimalism, creativity, and mindfulness and one of their many Sydney workshops that honour Japanese culture and tradition.

sydney yum cha session

5. Do a Yum Cha Session

Yum Cha is the Cantonese brunch tradition involving dumplings, Chinese tea, and more dumplings. Luckily, Sydney has fully embraced this cultural icon, and we can now choose from many yum cha restaurants across the city.

One of the most popular yum cha establishments in Sydney is Marigold on George Street, open every day for yum cha lunch from 10 am to 3 pm. 

Marigold’s fame and central location attract a broader clientele. So they accommodate a bottle of soy sauce on every table,  polite announcements of trolley wares rather than rapid barks, and better care of vegetarians. 

The veg cheong fun is packed with a forest of wood ear fungus, celery, water chestnut, corn, snow peas, carrot and cabbage; the fried version is equally worth your time, tight little bundles dotted with scallions and crisped right on the trolley, arriving with a saucer of sweet peanut and hoisin sauces for happy dipping. 

A basket of honeycomb tripe arrives, an exaggerated expression of this divisive offal dish (those that love it do so with a passion). It’s thick-cut and full-flavoured without the dreaded chewiness, each cell acting as a bit of pocket for the fragrant black bean, ginger, garlic and soy braising sauce. 

Another good option is Golden Century, located on Sussex Street in the middle of Chinatown, serving Sydney-siders delicious yum cha for more than three decades.

Whether you’re popping in for brunch or dinner, Golden Century will never do you wrong. The Chinatown staple delivers tasty yum cha and classic entrees alike. 

Pull up a chair next to the lobster tank to whet your appetite while you wait for the trolley to come rolling around.

6. Do a Cooking Class

Whether you’re an aspiring chef or a complete kitchen novice, a cooking class will teach you excellent new skills that you can use throughout your life.

There are many different cooking classes to choose from in Sydney, ranging from vegetarian, Italian and Japanese, to American BBQ and Chinese dumplings.

7. Play Indoor Mini Golf

If you’re looking for an indoor activity that is fun for both kids and adults, indoor mini-golf, otherwise known as putt-putt golf, will not disappoint. The only drawback of this game is that time flies way too fast.

Mini golf is often done outdoors, but there are some great indoor mini golf locations in Sydney. For example, Holey Moley has pop-themed mini-golf venues in Darlinghurst, North Strathfield, Castle Hill and Newtown, including cocktail bars.

Putt Planet in Miranda has an exciting African-themed 18-hole mini-golf course. At the same time, Mega Mini Golf offers various mini golf themes in their large indoor and air-conditioned venue in Campbelltown.

Come and enjoy Mega Mini Golf’s American style themed indoor mini-golf centre and experience Under the Sea, Pharaoh’s Tomb, and the Wild West all in the one 18 hole course. Indoor and air-conditioned venue. 

The perfect outing for all weather conditions!

The course is packed with props and features to entertain the family. Witness the Wild West shootout between the Sheriff and ‘Mad Dog McCoy’, take a stroll Under the Sea, listen to the whale harmonies, and let their Egyptian mummy take you by surprise.

Enjoy the challenging holes with exciting surprises!

8. Visit the Powerhouse Museum

Located in the inner west suburb of Ultimo, on the edge of Darling Harbour, the Sydney Powerhouse Museum is a converted electric tram power station with various science-focused artifacts and exhibits.

An excellent way of getting to the Powerhouse Museum is by following the Goods Line from Central Station. This partly elevated urban walkway follows the route of the once-bustling but long-neglected railway line.

The Powerhouse Museum boasts a collection of more than 380,000 objects. See an extraordinary array of treasures from the fields of science, technology, industry, design, decorative arts and history.

Exhibitions and programs are based on the ideas and technologies that have changed our world and the stories of the people who have created and inspired them. 

An ever-changing program of temporary displays complements a range of permanent exhibitions, while education and public programs, new technologies and creative interactions bring the collection to life.

There are regular tours and demonstrations, performances, workshops, forums and other special events throughout the museum, plus two cafes and a state-of-the-art playground in the museum’s courtyard.

sydney spa indoor

9. Find Your Zen in a Spa

What better way to spend a rainy day relaxing, rejuvenating and pampering at a spa with a friend?

Massages, body scrubs and sauna sessions work every day of the year for most people, but there’s something about the rain that triggers our natural desire to relax.

Balmain Bath House

Balmain Bath House has to be the best bang for the buck when sweating it out and scrubbing up. The staff are welcoming, knowledgeable and kind, and they have all the perks of a pricier spa: fluffy robes, secure lockers, hairdryers, slippers and herbal tea on tap. 

Using the Bath House alone costs $31 per person for 30 minutes, but you’ll want to try one of their intensive scrubs for the whole experience. 

The full-body exfoliators use a seasonal wash – zesty in spring and nourishing in autumn – and leave you with skin as soft as a baby’s.

The Darling Spa

The Darling Spa is a plush, peaceful environment designed to get you feeling relaxed before you’ve even checked in at reception. Then, you’ll be guided through the low-lit, maze-like halls to your treatment room, which is warm to the point of complete relaxation without slumber. 

You could get a sports-level massage, but this is less a place for working out tired muscles and more somewhere to tune out. 

There’s a tea room where you can rehydrate post-massage, have a piece of fruit and come slowly back to earth before you have to leave the sanctum and return to Pyrmont’s work-a-day pulse.

Sol Spa

If you’re in the market for an absurdly luxurious experience – even if only for a few hours of real-life denial – visit Sol Spa

You’ve come here to pamper, and they will provide the herbal-infused, revitalising, soul-nourishing goods. 

Head to the opulent private treatment room, clambered aboard the heated massage table and move through a series of dry body brushing, full-body exfoliation and rehydration, followed by a head to toe massage. 

This treatment combo leaves you as relaxed and rejuvenated as a lazy summer holiday without sunburn.

Endota Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Sydney

On level three at the Four Seasons Hotel, you’ll find hotel guests and relaxation-seeking locals in six treatment rooms, a steam room, sauna, pool and Jacuzzi. 

Endota Spa is running the show, and our pick of their extensive treatment list is the Revive package (90 minutes, $235), which includes a relaxing body and foot massage, rejuvenating facial and a freshen-up on your nails.

Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park

Our pick of Sheraton on the Park’s relaxation and massage treatments at their day spa is the Smoothing Custard Wrap (60 minutes, $160) which engulfs your whole body in a hydrating mask while you enjoy a scalp massage. 

When you’re staying in the hotel as a guest, take advantage of the rooftop pool, health club, steam room, sauna and Jacuzzi overlooking Hyde Park, as these are no longer open to the public.

10. Visit an Escape Room

Why would anyone like to have themselves locked up in a room, only to escape by solving a variety of puzzles with the clock ticking? Well, because it’s seriously entertaining!

Based on a fundamental concept, escape rooms are a great way to spend a rainy afternoon, using your social, teamwork and problem-solving skills to unlock the door back to freedom.

Luckily, there is no shortage of escape rooms in Sydney, so go ahead and make a booking for a fun experience with your mates.

Expedition Escape Rooms

At Expedition Escape Rooms, this is the mission: You are lost travellers in outback Australia who have stumbled upon a shack, drawn there by the sound of childlike sobs. Find a way inside the locked door to investigate and escape the encroaching dark and eerie voices on the wind.

The Cipher Room 

At The Cipher Room, this is the mission: You and your co-players have just one hour to locate the secrets that Agent ‘M’ has hidden somewhere in the room. To find them, you’re going to have to look for clues, follow a bunch of hints and crack a bunch of codes.

The Cipher Room: Mr Pepper’s Toy Shop

At The Cipher Room: Mr Pepper’s Toy Shop, this is the mission: The concept is an old toy shop whose owner has vanished. Yes, you guessed it: there are creepy dolls and clowns galore. 

Props include beloved childhood books, cars, trains, toy soldiers and teddy bears, all of them seemingly quaint at first but gradually taking on a more sinister dimension. 

The storyline builds in intensity as players progress through the puzzles, ending in a demonic event that is an extraordinary coup de theatre.

Next Level: Ex Libris

At Next Level: Ex Libris, this is the mission: This is a 75-minute escape room with a difference. It’s designed so that if/once your team has successfully escaped, there are more puzzles scattered around the literary fantasy room to entertain you until your time is well and truly up. Our focus is to power up the portal, find the golden pen and get the hell out of there.

Paniq Room

At Paniq Room, this is the mission: 60 minutes on the clock. Two players in one cell, two in another; our first challenge is to locate the one key that’ll free us all so we can continue the game. There are padlocked cabinets, exercise equipment, lads’ mags and a chessboard – red herrings? Or the keys to freedom?

sydney retro vintage cinema

11. Catch a Movie Vintage Style

One of the most obvious things to do on a rainy day is going to the movies to watch the latest Hollywood blockbuster with a bucket of popcorn or perhaps a glass of wine.

But why not upgrade your movie experience by visiting a theatre that breathes history, with art deco facades, cosy bars, and comfy seats with super soft cushions?

Also known as Cremorne Orpheum Theatre, the Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace along Military Road is a heritage-listed cinema where watching a movie is a unique experience.

Built-in 1937 and now heritage-listed, Ritz Cinemas in Randwick is another art deco style cinema steeped in rich history and tradition.

The historic Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace is a six cinema complex located in Cremorne on Sydney’s lower North Shore. 

The Orpheum opened in October 1935 with seating for 1,700 people on two levels and offered a standard of comfort, which was second-to-none, a tradition that continues today.

The stalls were removed in 1984, which confined the theatre to its usual dress circle. In 1987, the Orpheum was restored by entrepreneur Mike Walsh O.B.E and reopened in December 1987 as the Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace.

John Love created the Orpheum project with Bill and Avgoulla Hendrickson. This included the creative concept for the original auditorium and the five new cinemas in addition to the ancillary areas. The restoration of the old light fittings and the planning of all new ceiling and wall light creations, interior and exterior doors, were manufactured by Bill and Avgoulla Hendrickson.

12. Play a Game of Indoor Laser Tag

Laser skirmish is fun for adults and children, with more professional laser tag arenas popping up in and around Sydney.

Most of these arenas feature state-of-the-art laser tag technology, unique props and significant sound effects, making them the ideal indoor hideaway spot for those rainy afternoons. You can either bring your own group of mates, or you can team up with random others in the area.

Strike Bowling has excellent laser tag facilities in Macquarie Park, Chatswood, and the Entertainment Quarter, while Kingpin has Darling Harbour, North Strathfield, and Campbelltown locations.

13. Go Jumping on All the Trampolines

Don’t we all love jumping on trampolines? It’s the best way just to let all that energy out, no matter what age you are. So let that inner child run free like there’s no tomorrow and jump as high as you can.

Check out Sky Zone in Alexandria, an indoor trampoline park with more than 100 interconnected trampolines that let you bounce off the walls.

Sky Zone is Australia’s biggest indoor trampoline park. Hundreds of trampolines, all connected that let you jump off the walls.

Sky Zone is the ultimate day out or birthday party destination with an Enduro Warrior course, wall-to-wall trampolines, substantial climbing walls, a flip and fall foam pit, and more.

Newbies get to practice and then showcase their skills at the Sky Glam. For those with some experience, the Pit is open to doing flips, or you can try your hand at a fun game of Dodgeball.

Get on the Sky Climb Sydney and enjoy scaling heights. Whether you are new or looking to perfect your skills, this safe climbing wall is one of the most exciting things to do at Sky Zone Alexandria. 

Just clip your safety harness and get going. Additional activities include the sky drop and the leap of faith. The sky drop is an extraordinary experience that allows climbers to experience a free-fall just before getting onto the slide.

On the other hand, the leap of faith is popular with individuals as it involves leaping out to catch the trapeze with practice sessions at lower levels to gain confidence. 

Climb parties are available for booking, and there is no better way to keep the little ones occupied.

Paid parking is available on Doody Street, a few minutes from Sky Zone Alexandria. The park is also accessible by trains to Mascot Station and bus.

So, whether you would like to jump, climb or laser tag your friends, this park has it all for you!

Or perhaps Ultimate Sydney, where you can find a large trampoline zone, play trampoline dodgeball and even a trampoline foam pit for some extreme jumping action.

Ultimate Sydney is an Entertainment Venue in Northmead, consisting of interconnected trampolines, a massive foam pit, a climbing wall and Australia’s largest indoor play centre.

The centre is under new owners and management. The new team would love to invite you to explore the new family-run business that prides itself in safety and enjoyment for kids. 

They are also keen to make sure the kids are happy so that parents can enjoy some much-needed downtime!

Ultimate Sydney is the one-stop entertainment destination that combines all parents’ activities for their children under one roof. 

The centre boasts a play centre that is divided into two – Under 5yrs and 5-12yrs.

14. Visit the National Maritime Museum

Opened in 1991 as part of the redevelopment of Darling Harbour, the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) is now Australia’s national centre for maritime collections, research, exhibitions and archaeology.

Besides the free, permanent galleries, the ANMM also hosts an ever-changing program of temporary exhibitions and a fleet of historic craft at its wharves in Darling Harbour.

The National Maritime Museum is a fun and educational museum that caters for all ages and is an excellent way to spend a rainy Sunday afternoon in Sydney.

Discover explorers and navigators, climb tall ships aboard, inspect a submarine and a destroyer, and learn about naval history at the Australian National Maritime Museum in Darling Harbour. 

You’ll be enthralled by the stories of daring adventures at sea.

The museum showcases a range of nautical, coastal, naval and cultural themes with artefacts, exhibitions and guided tours. This must-see attraction includes the opportunity to board a naval submarine and a replica 18th-century tall ship.

Permanent exhibitions include:

Navigators – tracking the successive waves of sailors and settlers who have navigated the Australian shores over thousands of years;

Eora First People – exploring the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander’s deep connection with the sea;

Watermarks – exploring the Australian coastal culture’s love of water;

Navy – how the Royal Australian Navy operates on the land, in the air and under the sea during peace and war;

Passengers – the journeys of those who have travelled to Australia by sea.

sydney indoor rock climbing or bouldering

15. Go Indoor Rock Climbing or Bouldering

With indoor rock climbing venues and purpose-built bouldering gyms popping up across the city, it’s safe to say that Sydney has a love affair with climbing walls of all sorts.

And for a good reason, because indoor rock climbing is adventurous, social and fun, it requires skill, and it’s a great way to get your workout in. So whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, rock climbing really is for everyone.

9 Degrees has modern boulder gyms in Alexandria, Parramatta and Lane Cove, where climbers don’t need to use ropes or harnesses but instead scale shorter walls. In addition, you don’t need any equipment, training courses or a climbing partner. Simply rock up and start climbing!

With two large climbing centres in St Peters and Villawood, Sydney Indoor Climbing Gym is Sydney’s oldest and largest indoor rock climbing establishment. Enjoy both world-class climbing and bouldering facilities, with climbs ranging in difficulty from very easy for beginners, to challenging routes for elite climbers.

16. Go Racing in Go-Karts

Want the thrills and spills of Sydney’s best go karting tracks? Don your race suit, strap on your helmet, and prepare yourself for one of the most challenging and exhilarating days out that NSW has to offer. 

Whether it be a family outing with the kids, a fast and furious style bucks party, or a unique corporate gathering, Go Karting racing has become an increasingly popular activity for all ages.

Feel that pure adrenaline rush is kicking in a while racing with your mates at one of the indoor go-kart race tracks in Sydney. Go-karting is not just serious fun for young and old; it’s also quite the workout, so be ready to get your sweat on.

Try your luck at Extreme Indoor Go-Karting in Villawood, which has a vast 500 metres long race track. Another great venue is Ultimate Karting Sydney near Campbelltown, which has an extra-wide race track.

17. Go Ten Pin Bowling

Another classic indoor thing to do in Sydney when it rains is a fun, social or competitive game of ten pin bowling.

Even better, you can do both laser skirmish and bowling on the same rainy day because some bowling venues also have laser tag arenas under the same roof, such as Strike Bowling and Kingpin Bowling.

Strike King Street Wharf is located in the stunning surrounds of Sydney Harbour and promises a bowling experience like no other. 

Start your night with a cocktail in our waterside lounge bar, nibble on our excellent gourmet food and then move to one of the ten bowling alleys. 

You could choose to chill with friends, turn up the volume in your very own karaoke room or try and sleuth your way through an Escapism puzzle room! It’s your night, so let us make it happen! Strike KSW’s unique vibe has also made it the perfect choice for functions – be it corporate entertainment, buck’s, hen’s or birthday parties. 

From a team-building lock-out to an event with friends, an evening at Strike KSW will have your guests talking for weeks to come! So get in touch with one of their dedicated teams to help arrange your perfect night.

Just when you thought Sydney couldn’t get any more fun, we lay claim to a revolutionary entertainment destination that’s not only a restaurant but also a bowling alley, gaming arcade, cocktail lounge, and laser tag venue all rolled into one. 

We’ll give you a moment to collect yourself—this is big.

But it’s not just its killer location, right on Sydney’s Darling Harbour, that makes it an entertainment extravaganza; it’s the premium event space that makes it next-level luxe. 

We’re especially keen on The Harbourview Room, an event space for up to 60 guests, and as the name suggests, you’ll have a stunning view over the harbour.

If you’re thinking minor scale, then they’ve got you sorted for every type of night out. 

From two-for-one burger Mondays, $10 cocktail Tuesdays and all you can play bowling and laser tag from 7 pm on Sunday to Wednesday, your fun is #sorted. 

The food isn’t your average bowling alley fare either, with spicy Kentucky chicken wings, waffles and ice cream, and a rule the roost southern fried chicken burger, finished with house-made crispy slaw and smoky chilli mayo, as well as a few fan faves, are thrown in as well.

The future of bowling is here, and we bloody love it.

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