Ninja Parc is open for business in Melbourne!

Its third centre – the first for the city and the state – opened at 13-17 Burton Court Bayswater on January 16.

The opening saw over 200 kids and adults burst through the doors, keen to test out the indoor obstacle course and its 20+ obstacles.

The concept, which is owned by Belgravia Group, opened their first location in mid-2017 and has proven to be a hit with eight new sites looking to launch in 2021 despite recent lockdowns.

New business manager Magdalena Schoeman, said:

“After lock downs we were back at full capacity at our Newcastle and Townsville locations within two weeks.”

“Because of our drop-in model, we didn’t have too many issues with capacity which meant business as usual for our franchisees. In fact, in the first four weeks of reopening we had a 79% increase across the board for our school holiday program.”

With a focus on making fitness fun and accessible for all ages and abilities, Ninja Parc has it all: a general indoor obstacle course, birthday parties, school holiday programs, fitness classes for adults and kids – even an on-site café!

The new Bayswater location expands the Ninja Parc network to Victoria and follows the opening of centres in Townsville and Newcastle, with the next set for the greater Sydney metro area.

Ninja Parc is the brainchild of fitness entrepreneur John Pirlo who saw a need to create an outlet for fun and fitness combined.

John Pirlo, founder of Ninja Parc said:

“Our vision is to inspire a world of movement.”

“We want to see as many people as possible getting active in either recreational movement, or structured activities. We plan to launch Ninja Parc in as many regional and metro locations as possible to bring affordable, safe and fun activities to all. With hundreds of franchise inquiries, all excited to contribute to our vision, we’re confident there’s an exciting future ahead.”

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