After A Christmas Party With A Difference? Escape Hunt Have A New Room…

Escape Hunt’s new room is full of brand treats just in time to book your Christmas celebrations!

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We’ve saved the legacy the late winemaker’s reputation and solved a murder at Somerton beach. So, with our expert credentials (they now call us Sherlock Holmes) who else would they come to to solve the latest mystery!

Escape Hunt brand NEW adventure is ready for you to embark on and it’s bigger, better and harder than ever! The Collector’s Curse sees you investigating the mysterious man, infamously known as The Collector, who has stolen three precious items from The Magician’s Clubrooms in Thebarton. Your goal? Break into his home and retrieve the items to prove his guilt. Sounds simple, right? WRONG! It’s far from it! The Collector’s strange collections are rooted with mysterious dark magic, making his traps, puzzles and curses hard to evade. But, you’ll manage to solve it … otherwise, how will you ever get out?

And Escape Hunt is not just stopping here. Halloween has passed, but Escape Hunt is still up for a bit of trick or treating til’ the sun sets on Sunday. Their usual mysteries rooms are twisted in spookiness! Perhaps you’ll be rummaging through potions or concocting an evil witches brew. One thing for sure, you’ll never know unless you’re booking right now. And as you make that last minute escape, get your treats at the bar with the Halloween themed beats and drink lasting all weekend.
And there’s more! Christmas is approaching and that means it’s time to book for our Christmassy celebrations. If you’re looking to add an out-of-the box activity to your day, or you want a venue to host your entire function, well then Escape Hunt has a whole bunch of Christmas packages to suit your needs. You can check out all the ready-made packages here and see how epic your Christmas party will be!
To find out more, visit the Escape Hunt website here or enquire to adelaide@escapehunt.com.

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