Mount Isa Irish Club set to open new children’s play area | The Northwest Star

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The Mount Isa Irish Club is set to open its new million-dollar children’s play area on Monday, which it hopes will become a “centre of excitement”. Workmen will be on site all weekend to put the finishing touches to the new playground which will occupy the entire room which housed the old café around the club’s tram. When completed, it will contain a giant slide, noodle track, punching bags, a flying fox as well as a specific area for toddlers with adventure boards along the walls, with tunnels above. above the tram. Mount Isa Irish Club manager Bernard Gilic says the new playground will be called the Little ‘Rish following the nightclub’s renaming as ‘Rish. “It will be the central excitement, whatever they could block here they have it,” Mr Gilic said. dedicated area now,” Gilic said. “We really hope it’s extremely entertaining for the kids and gives mum and dad a break who can now come in and relax while their kids go wild.” Mr Gilic said that as long as supervision is available, parents can sit nearby if they wish in the dedicated parent lounge. working while the kids can play and you’re there with them,” he said. Mr Gilic said those coming to the gym could drop off their children for an hour and a half for a fee with at least three members of staff, all with blue cards, tending to the area. “You need to stay put and have a little buzzer in case your child wants to go to the bathroom or get a drink of water,” he said. ALSO READ Two Inquiries into Doomadgee Deaths High Gas Prices Here to Stay Western Councils Gather for Alliance Reunion Jake Curr Makes International Rodeo Team Energy Users Peak Sides of the body with APA vs. Copperstring Mr. Gilic said the tram has been closed since COVID and the playground will breathe new life into it. “You will be able to sit inside the tram amidst the bustle of the children’s area,” he said. “It’s exactly as it was, except now you can hire half of the tram and have your child’s birthday party there, we’ll deliver the food, with a sliding door for some peace and quiet. ” Mr Gilic said it was a huge undertaking for the club but it was a good project. “People are tired of seeing their pubs and clubs putting more slot machines,” he said. “It’s a facility the whole family can come and enjoy.” Our reporters work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content: DO YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY? Send letters to the editor or story tips to [email protected]


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