Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq
Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq is your one-stop entertainment destination at Melbourne Docklands' The District.
With six bowling lanes, 67 arcade and ticket games, our XD Theatre and dodgems, we've got hours of entertainment available.
Throw our full service cocktail bar, gourmet kitchen and function spaces into the mix, and the fun's covered for everyone.
We've got games galore, fabulous fun and a dazzling diner for everyone!
Bring your smallfry, bring your largefry. We've got things for young and old from the old and fun! Dodgem cars, carousels, crazy shakes and prizes prizes prizes.
We're not your average arcade
Step right up, we've got games galore and plentiful prizes to be won.
Swipe your cards right and perhaps you'll acquire some of the coveted collectables that sit atop our jackpot!
You choose the amount and we'll throw in a little extra for free! Just tap away on any of the games. What you choose is up to you!
Ready to be bowled over?
There's no better place to bowl than down our alluring alleys.
Bring over drinks from our bountiful bar and snack on delicious delights from our dazzling diner.
With top tunes to keep you tapping your toes when you're waiting your turn, it's perfect fun for young and old!
The Big XD Screen
Immerse yourself in an all-encompassing gaming experience.
Our XD Theatre lets you sit back and relax in the comfort of a cinema... while hanging off the edge of your seat with the excitement of a virtual reality thrill ride.
Shoot away as zombies look like they're literally coming for you, hold on tight as your train carriage derails itself and look out for things lurking from above.
Buckle in and play like you've never played before!
PARTIES & FUNCTIONS
For the best birthdays and special celebrations, there's nothing like an Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq party!
From corporate functions to kids birthday packages, we're sure to dazzle and delight!
Roll Up, Melbourne's Getting A Giant Amusement Park Bar
The guys from Funlab are at it again. Fresh off launching B.Lucky & Sons in the CBD, these guys are dropping a giant, theme-park-slash-bar-slash-cinema thing in Docklands.
That's pretty much the only way to describe Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq. It doesn't fit neatly into any pre-existing mental category.
It does feel like something shifting in Docklands though, don't you reckon? Just last week we had Urban Alley open its brewery doors. There's a new distillery popping up there, not to mention the giant fresh food market (and then there's everyone's favourite, Costco). If it sounds like the government is throwing a bunch of stuff at Docklands to see what will stick, you might be on the money.
Chances are good this place will stick. It's basically everything modern-day adults are looking for: 67 different arcade games (including Mario Kart), theme park activities (think Dodgem cars), a bowling alley, cocktail bar, restaurant and interactive XD Motion Theatre.
Like B.Lucky, you'll be able to trade in tickets from the games to buy a whole bunch of wacky stuff. B.Lucky famously stocks Botox vouchers, so who the hell knows what to expect here.
The cocktail bar at Archie Brothers has been tricked up to look like a vintage carousel. They'll be serving up 'loaded shakes' (ie. loaded with booze). We don't have the full menu yet, but cop an eyeful of the so-called 'Shark Tanq': Tanqueray Gin, blue liqueur, lime, coconut syrup, egg whites, orange bitters and berry Red Bull, shaken up and topped with gummy shark lollies.
Pretty sure that's what Bond used to drink...
This will be Australia's second Archie Brothers (there's already one keeping Sydney sugar-buzzed). The concept should be pretty much the same: anyone can walk-in, or you can book out certain areas for functions. They're even taking orders now for Christmas parties.
Here's the big question: exactly what will it take for you to consider Docklands as a legit social option? Breweries? Arcade bars? Dinosaurs? Eternal youth? Only time will tell if Archie Brothers works out, but you can't knock their ambition. This place sounds one hell of a good time.
Where: The District Docklands
When: Opening 18 October 2018
Source: Roll Up, Melbourne's Getting A Giant Amusement Park Bar
By James Shackell - 17 Sep 2018 | theurbanlist.com
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❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ 440 Docklands Drive, Docklands | Map
✆ 1300 888 386
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❊ Also See... ❊
→ B.Lucky & Sons
→ Melbourne Docklands
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