House Down Under
Australia’s favourite inverted house photo experience, House Down Under is set to turn the Gold Coast upside down when it opens its doors on Saturday, December 23 at Pacific Fair.
This family-friendly funhouse offers a dizzying array of installations and activities, all of which are completely flipped. It’s the perfect backdrop for aspiring influencers to capture jaw-dropping photos, for kids to defy gravity by jumping off the ceiling, and for families to make unforgettable memories.
Stepping inside the topsy-turvy house, guests will feel on top of the world, walking (or dancing) on the ceilings, visiting a bathroom with an upside down toilet, exploring the inverted kids room, home office, entry way, lounge room, bedroom, kitchen area and more - all of which are upside down!
Guests can perfect their poses, while snapping away to their heart's content for as long as they like as there's no time limit inside the house. Plus, to keep things fun, the House Down Under team is always on hand to offer tips, advice, and help visitors capture the perfect shot.
Located in Pacific Fair, House Down Under adds to the vibrant mix of entertainment, fashion and food already on offer. Make the most of the virtual queue system, allowing you to shop while you wait, and use Pacific Fair's Purple Car Park. House Down Under is found on the ground floor near 7/11 and opens its doors at 10 am on weekends, but be sure to check the website for the most up-to-date hours. For those ready to flip their perspective, tickets are $27 for adults, $19 for children, $23 for concessions, with family passes from $52-$74 for a family of four.
By Michaela Lyons
House Down Under
2 Hooker Blvd