Little Stanley Street, South Bank
31 Dec, 2020 - 7 Feb, 2021
Summer holiday fore-cast looks tee-riffic!
Putt your way into the new year with five brand new mini-golf holes set to surprise and delight when Pixar Putt takes over South Bank!
Australia’s most talked-about mini-golf sensation, Pixar Putt, is returning to Brisbane from 31st December for a strictly limited season. Tickets officially go on sale Friday 11 December 12:00 pm (Local time), via pixarputt.com.au. Visa cardholders can exclusively unlock Pre-Sale tickets from Thursday 10 December, 12:00 pm (Local Time).
Last June/July, over 13,000 film and mini-golf enthusiasts enjoyed Pixar Putt’s debut Brisbane season, when the colourful course took over King George Square. Now it is South Bank’s turn with Little Stanley Street transforming into a Pixar fan’s ultimate fantasy world.
The immersive pop-up mini-golf experience is made up of interactive holes inspired by the stories, characters and icons from some of Pixar’s most beloved films including Toy Story, The Incredibles, Monsters, Inc., Finding Nemo, A Bug’s Life, Wall-E and Inside Out.
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