As far as fun group activities go, you really can’t beat a game of mini-golf. You get to get outside, hit some balls and indulge in a bit of healthy competition, without the added layer seriousness that “real” golf has. Add in some wholesome Disney fun and you’ve really got yourself a partay! A Pixar putt-putt pop-up in Melbourne has both of these things.
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The Pixar-themed mini-golf course will be popping up for a month at Federation Square, from January 4. With courses themed around iconic Pixar films like A Bug’s Life, Finding Nemo and A Toy’s Story and new hits like Inside Out and Coco, it’s suitable for both kids and the young at heart.
You’ll get to live out your childhood memories by hanging out with the likes of Buzz Lightyear and Woody while your younger relatives go nuts over…whatever Pixar characters the kids are into these days. Note: We won’t take any responsibility for you getting overly competitive and threatening to kick your 7-year-old nephew’s putt.
Pixar Putt tees off at River Terrace at Federation Square from 10am until 5pm from Friday, January 4 through until Sunday, February 3. You can choose between playing a nine-hole round or go to infinity and beyond with the full 18-hole course. Tickets are $24.90 for adults, $19.90 for children or $79.50 for families doing the nine-hole course, or $39.90 for adults, $29.90 for children and $119.60 for families doing the 18-hole course.
You can book Pixar Putt here.
(Lead Image: Toy Story / Disney Pixar)
Emma Norris is a Sydney-based freelance writer and the owner of copywriting business, contentinthecity.com and lifestyle blog, agirlinprogress.com. When she’s not playing with words, she’s either doing pushups or stuffing her face with pizza. There’s no in between. Emma was bitten by the travel bug at a young age, having lived in Canada and Ireland. You can follow her on Instagram @emmajanenorris.