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Escape Room Melbourne is Melbourne's original live room escape game! Working in a team of 2-6 people, you have 70 minutes to unravel the mystery of a hidden room, working together to solve a variety of quirky and inventive puzzles to escape. We have...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
9 Lee St | 12-18 Yarra Street, South Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria 3031, Australia
Put six friends in a room and watch them try to work out the clues to solve a puzzle. What a hoot! Having never done this before we used the walkie-talkie to the control room a few times but we never felt like we couldn't...More
Today my friend and I did the Surveillance Division 5 experience.
First of all, what an original idea!
The atmosphere created by the game master was great. He stayed in character and really immersed us in the story.
The experience itself was a good mix...More
Today we completed our very first escape room - surveillance division 5 in Flemington. It was fantastic! We loved how it started outdoors like a treasure hunt. Great interaction with a very in character host - Matt. And finished up inside the back of a...More
A group of us visited the Escape Room in South Melbourne courtesy of our employer as a 'team-building exercise'. It was a lot of fun - and as a bonding exercise it seemed to work, as everyone was still talking to each other on the...More
As novices to escape rooms we thought this would be a great thing to do as a family to mark our twins 18th birthday! It took us a few minutes to get into it & work out how to approach things but once we got...More
This was our second time at an escape room (group of 3), and we decided to do Kellar's Magic Emporium after reading rave reviews. I'm happy to say that we were not disappointed! At first, we were unsure about the place because the entrance and...More
Had a great experience, it was everything we expected of an escape room and more! Our ‘guide’ was fantastic, incredibly helpful and fun & was very understanding of two girls who’ve seen too many scary movies!
We did the Keller’s Magic Emporium and were amazed...More
This was an entertaining, thought provoking experience. I would recommend this for a group of up to 3 people. Their space is small so more than 3 would detract from the experience. The clues provide good brain teasers and there are lots of them.
My friends and I chose to do the beginner escape room. It was AMAZING! The puzzles were so creative and you really had to think out of the box. In saying that the puzzles weren’t extreamely hard that they were imposssible to solve, and they...More
South Melbourne hosts the city’s oldest continuous market, founded in 1867. Rows of neatly arranged fruit, vegetables and flowers splash yellows, greens and reds along the entire perimeter, where the whole neighborhood gathers for Saturday feasts. Inside the hall, shoppers hover over the mouth-watering displays of delicatessens and specialty food shops. Further in, a bazaar full of giftware, clothing, and kitchen
utensils completes the scene. Take a break to walk the wide and shady streets and stroll along the Victorian-era heritage terrace houses. But return to the market in time for some paella, simmering in three large frypans on the footpath and served straight onto your plate.
Response from MilkyButterBae | Reviewed this property |
If you’re both into puzzles and games, then yes!! This would be an amazing date idea.
If she’s a basic girl who doesn’t really enjoy much beyond drinking, movies, and dancing... then try something else.
That is a good question. As far as I can recollect, I believe there was a couple of steps when entering the building. However, I believe it is not wheelchair friendly - not the place we have been to. It is quite narrow and... More
That is a good question. As far as I can recollect, I believe there was a couple of steps when entering the building. However, I believe it is not wheelchair friendly - not the place we have been to. It is quite narrow and the rooms are quite small. The person in the wheelchair would not enjoy it because he or she would not be able to join in as much fun because of the limited space and their interaction (not all) would also be limited as well. That's my opinion, perhaps if you ask the people who run the business, they may suggest otherwise? I hope this helps.