Top 6 Things to do in Sunshine, Australia

March 18, 2018 Oliva Fomby

Discover the best top things to do in Sunshine, Australia including Ace Karts - Real Life Racing, Fun City - Sunshine, Kevin Wheelahan Gardens, Tom O'Brien Reserve, Duke Street Reserve, Beaton Reserve.
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1. Ace Karts - Real Life Racing

20 Carrington Dr, Sunshine, Victoria 3020, Australia +61 3 9360 5005
Excellent
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Overall Ratings

4 based on 32 reviews

Ace Karts - Real Life Racing

Ace Karts go Karting in Melbourne is as close as you get to pro racing without a fireproof suit. Located just 20 minutes from the Melbourne CBD, our track captures the excitement of real racing. A series of intensifying bends will test the limits of your cornering skills. And a 105m straight will push your kart to its capacity. The Karts are capable of near-highway speeds, its finely-tuned Honda engine means you'll feel the Super Kart's awesome power at your feet. Book your drive online now.

Reviewed By Owen C - Lara, Australia

This was my first visit to Ace Karts and only my second attempt at Kart racing. I had such and great time in a well organised and safe event. Once I got the hang of how to drive the circuit I had such a good time. I would love to go again.

2. Fun City - Sunshine

486 Ballarat Road, Sunshine, Victoria 3020, Australia +61 3 9310 2234
Excellent
51%
Good
11%
Satisfactory
11%
Poor
5%
Terrible
22%
Overall Ratings

3.5 based on 18 reviews

Fun City - Sunshine

Fun City Sunshine is a Day Destination if you are on Holidays. During School Holidays and Every Saturday and Sunday between 11am - 5pm you can get the All Day Pass for $49.00. Unlimited Activities and Go Karts! Go_karts, Laser Tag, Haunted House, Indoor Rockwall Climbing, Balladium Ball Blaster, Bungee Run, Laser Entrapment, and Glow in the Dark Mini Golf. Simulator Rides. lots of food and drink available from our Cafe Free Call 1300funcity

Reviewed By gdlkak

Probably the worse place to take my 6yr old child. Play ground cost $5 to use....a rather small play area, which she got bored within 5mins.
I sat on the massage chair, paid $2 but that didn't work; had to get assistance which took AWHILE.
Used a few (5) gaming machines which either didn't work or didn't spit out the correct tickets. Again had to get assistance which took AWHILE.
Either staff had no sense of customer service or there's not enough staff or they're poorly trained...but one of them came to us to fix the machine but then decided to service a different machine next to ours first despite no one there waiting while we WAITED and then came to us to fix ours. Logic much?!
One of the games costs $2 to play with a timer on it and was only spitting out a couple of balls at a slow pace at a time, so before we knew it, 5 hits later of trying to knock down stupid clowns that didn't seem to want to go down...it was over that quickly! 5 tickets later, so NOT worth my money.
Expressed my frustrations to the manager who didn't seem to care.
Honestly, I've been to much much more better place than this. It's filled with crappy old and malfunctioning games. It's a disappointment and a half!
Don't bother. You're better off going to highpoint for a better arcade.

3. Kevin Wheelahan Gardens

Devonshire rd, Sunshine, Victoria, Australia
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5 based on 1 reviews

Kevin Wheelahan Gardens

Reviewed By JohnG3121 - Greater Melbourne, Australia

community meeting spot. so much more than just a garden. has an Vietnam war memorial that honours not just australians but the vietnamese. this is due to large number of viet-australians in Sunshine. the Gardens also has a WW1 avenue of honor. the playground is also quite good. the Gardens are also used by council for citizenship ceremony

4. Tom O'Brien Reserve

1-41 Matthews St, Sunshine, Victoria, Australia
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4 based on 1 reviews

Tom O'Brien Reserve

Reviewed By JohnG3121 - Greater Melbourne, Australia

Located within Matthews Hill reserve is this
fantastic playground that was built up from nothing a few years back. only downside is easy access to biking trail which can be hassle if you toddlers are runners. well shaded under mature trees that have been integrated beautifully into playground

5. Duke Street Reserve

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3 based on 1 reviews

Duke Street Reserve

Reviewed By JohnG3121 - Greater Melbourne, Australia

Lovely playground amongst trees but has very little parking and the parking it does have is street parking on busy duke st. Features a good fenced dog area. Check out the nearby temple while in area TIP: enter via Duke St/St Andrews Drive entrance.

6. Beaton Reserve

Blackwood st, Sunshine, Victoria, Australia
Beaton Reserve

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