Be prepared to flip your kids’ world on its head these school holidays by visiting Australia’s only inverted house photo experience, House Down Under.
Whether you are taking a well-earned holiday to the sunshine state, relaxing in Melbourne or heading to Sydney, you can visit one of House Down Under’s awesome venues.
You can find House Down Under in Rouse Hill (NSW), Docklands (VIC) and Pacific Fair (QLD).
To ensure everyone can get a taste of life upside down, House Down Under is extending the fun across its venues. Extending its opening hours (opening from 10am every day) during the school holidays, House Down Under invites guests to come in and dance on the ceiling, snap some pictures next to an upside-down toilet, play in an inverted kid’s room, imagine trying to cook in the capsized kitchen and have a whole lot more topsy-turvy fun.
General Manager for House Down Under, Osvaldas Anusaitis says the school holidays are the perfect time for families to visit and capture some great, twisty photos and memories.
“We love seeing families come through House Down Under, capturing photos and making memories together. By extending our opening hours during the school holidays, we’re excited to welcome guests into the topsy-turvy world of fun that is House Down Under” Mr Anusatis said.
10-14 Market Ln, Rouse Hill NSW 2155, Australia