Cooks Hill’s Ninja Parc is giving little ninjas the chance to experience all the thrills and spills of the popular television show Ninja Warrior these school Holidays.
The tree hour fully supervised holidays sessions, for kids aged 5-14 years, are designed to encourage kids to get moving, get stronger, improve agility and problem-solve.
Parents who have had their kids scaling loungeroom furniture this year won’t be surprised to know that the 2021 season of Australian Ninja Warrior has contributed to an increased interest in obstacle courses, with kids looking to unleash their inner ninja!
Ninja Parc founder John Pirlo says that the show has sparked a huge interest in kids wanting to explore obstacle courses and challenge themselves.
“Our school holiday programs feature plenty of running, climbing and balancing activities to keep kids moving and having fun during the holidays and burning plenty of energy,” Ninja Parc founder John Pirlo said.
“We’re expecting this school holiday program to be the biggest yet.”
Ninja Parc Newcastle is located at the corner of Darby St and Tooke St, Cooks Hill. Their school holiday program runs from 15 December to 25 January 25. The cost is $55 per child and includes a snack during the session.
PROTIP: Book by December 19 to get 10% off your booking by using the code EARLYBIRD at the online checkout