Brisbane Amusement Centre Jindalee Jungle Closes Door For Good

Jindalee Jungle
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Popular indoor playground Jindalee Jungle has closed its doors for good after more than 10 years of operations, the company announced on its website and social media pages.


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Prior to closing permanently on Sunday, 27 August 2023, Jindalee Jungle held a massive clearance sale to sell off all of its assets, from the sprawling climbing frames to bouncing pillows. They also sold their website and social media channels as part of the digital assets.

According to the management, the closure comes as the lease renewal is due in September and it is no longer financially viable for them to continue operations. 

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Jindalee Jungle had originally planned to shut down in February when they announced they would stop accepting bookings, but reopened under new management shortly after. However, the return proved short-lived.

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Many loyal customers expressed disappointment over the permanent closure. “Thanks for creating a space to make such special memories with my kids. So sad to see your doors closing,” one mother commented on social media. 

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“Thank you for all the fun you guys have provided for my three over the last few years. We have had so much fun at your place and we will miss you,” one mum said.

Another customer who had held a birthday party there said, “Such a shame. My kids are older now. This was a space that I could let my kids play, watch them and have a simple cuppa.”

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Those interested in purchasing assets from Jindalee Jungle’s clearance can still contact the company at info@jindaleejungle.com.au for a full list and pricing, according to their website.


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Jindalee Jungle became a popular venue for children’s parties and family outings, with its huge play frames, bouncing castles, and slides. The closure now leaves a void in the market for indoor active spaces catered to young children.

Published 28-August-2023