Free Kids Treasure Hunt App at Port Stephens’ Murray’s Brewery

Pirate Bob’s Scavenger Hunt App.
Pirate Bob’s Scavenger Hunt App.

 

WANT the kids entertained while you enjoy some grownup time.

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There’s an App for that.

Technology has found new ways to keep kids occupied but usually it’s sedentary.

Pirate Bob’s Scavenger Hunt is a new interactive App which has been launched in Port Stephens making Murray’s Brewery an incredibly family-friendly venue.

The interactive mobile app takes kids on a random treasure-hunt around the brewery grounds.

Murray Howe who owns Murray’s Brewery believes that a venue where kids have space to play is important to families.

Murray Howe told News Of The Area, “Developing the App is about giving everyone at the venue a quality experience and getting kids to connect with the outdoors.”

He believes when kids are engaged actively outdoors it can give parents time without any pressure on them to entertain their children for a few hours.

“The idea was also to encourage groups of children to connect and play together as they work toward solving clues,” he said.

As individual kids play, they start helping others, which in turn leads them to play more traditional games like cricket
and tennis together.

The app can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play to get the kids started, then you’ll be free to relax and shift gears into holiday mode while they chase after clues, all over the property.

Pirate Bob’s Scavenger Hunt is just one more reason to take a break at the award winning micro brewery, along the coast road on the way into Port Stephens.

With free live entertainment on weekends and an app to keep the kids busy, Murray’s is definitely a stop to consider during the school holidays for families.

 

By Marian SAMPSON

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