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Timezone

Darwin Region Entertainment

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Open Hours: Monday - Thursday 10am - 10pm, Friday & Saturday 9am - 11pm, Sunday 10am- 10pm

Timezone is a great place to treat your kids, hang with your mates, take a date, or spend alone time. Our games and amusements boost you when you want to escape or cut loose and have fun. Win a great prize, set a high score, beat your pals or just chill.

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Timezone is a great place to treat your kids, hang with your mates, take a date, or spend alone time. Our games and amusements boost you when you want to escape or cut loose and have fun. Win a great prize, set a high score, beat your pals or just chill.
Timezone is a family entertainment centre which originated in Australia. Established in 1978 in Perth, following its success the Timezone Group expanded internationally. Today Timezone has established a strong foothold in more than 190 locations, operating in Australia, India, Indonesia, New Zealand, the Philippines and Singapore. Timezone is situated at Casuarina Shopping Square in The Quarter precinct.

Mon-Thurs: 10:00am-10:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 09:00am-11:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am-10:00 pm

School Holidays will differ slightly:

Mon-Thursday: 09:00am- 10:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 09:00am-11:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am-10:00 pm

Map & Directions

Casuarina Shoppping Centre

Directions

Parking:

The best access to the Casuarina Square car parks is from Trower Road, Dripstone Road and Bradshaw Terrace.
The time restrictions include the following:
Ground Level: (90 minutes) express parking
Level 1 and Level 2: (4 hours) leisure parking

Bus Routes:

4 – Darwin to Casuarina and return via Charles Darwin University, Alawa, Rapid Creek, Nightcliff and Fannie Bay
(Monday to Sunday)
5 – Casuarina to Darwin and return via Moil, Marrara, Berrimah and Winnellie
(Monday to Friday)
9 – Casuarina to Palmerston and return via Karama, Berrimah and Pinelands
(Monday to Sunday)
10 – Darwin to Casuarina and return via Alawa, Rapid Creek, Ludmilla, Parap and Stuart Park (Monday to Sunday)

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  3. Attractions
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