Mind Trap Canberra

Amusement and Theme Parks

Mind Trap is a new virtual reality centre dedicated to multiplayer, group and immersive experiences.

Enjoy a completely new experience in Canberra. Mind Trap is one of the few attraction’s to licence specific multiplayer VR Escape Rooms in the world and the first in Canberra to give that untethered, unrestricted playing ability with Zotac VR GO 2.0 backpack PCs.

There are three different experiences on offer:

VR escape rooms (one of the few to license this multiplayer experience in the world and part of only a few cities in Australia)

VR arcade games (choose your own time limits, experience and how you want to play. Unlike arcades where your time and experience is fixed to 4-10 minutes per game and there’s no progression)

VR racing (full motion rigs and in full VR, feel like you’re actually on the track. You pick the car and track what you want, drive like a pro)

The possibilities are endless… it’s just the beginning.

Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.

Facilities

Family Family Friendly Food and Refreshments Interactive Centre Lockers Non Smoking Public Toilet

Rates

From AU$20.00

$20 for VR horror experience
$30pp for 30 mins VR arcade
$45pp for VR escape rooms (2 players), 60 mins VR arcade, 60 mins VR racing
$42pp for VR escape rooms (3 players)
$38pp for VR escape rooms (4+ players)
$90pp for 90 mins VR arcade

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