The newest addition to the company’s rapidly expanding family sprawls over 500 square metres formerly occupied by Lava Adelaide nightclub and Madame Josephine’s strip club, with pop culture-themed obstacles crammed into any and all available space. There’s even a throwback to the venue’s previous life as a pool lounge, with a snooker-themed challenge in the mix.
It boasts two new obstacles not found in any of Funlab’s other locations: one inspired by the Coen Brothers’ The Big Lebowski, and a full 360-degree loop, while regulars like Westeros’ Iron Throne and an Elvis-themed hole made the cut.
The venue is family friendly while the sun is up, but it’s a kid-free zone come sundown – which has a lot to do with the fact that beer, wine, and pop culture-inspired cocktails like the Happy Gilmoreo ($18) and Long Island Iced Tee ($17) flow freely at the on-site Caddyshack Bar after dark. House-made pizza is also available for purchase from $12.
Holey Moley Adelaide is located at Level 1, 162-170 Pultney Street and is open 12pm to midnight, Saturday to Thursday, and 12pm to 2am on Fridays. Entry starts at $16.50 for nine holes, and you’re best to book online to avoid disappointment.[media_embed]https://youtu.be/Kpnd1QyP_-4[/media_embed]
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Kristen Amiet is a previous AWOL editor, bona fide travel addict, sometimes whisky drinker and full-time breakfast food enthusiast.