As a team of staff who LOVE corporate teams to have fun, we thought we’d put together our TOP 7 picks for team building activities in Melbourne. Check this out!
1. Escape from a Mystery Room
Play an escape room as part of a team building morning, afternoon or full day. The Mystery Rooms comfortably caters for groups of up to 60 players providing entertainment, facilities and team building activities for any group wishing to strengthen their team dynamics and have fun. Our standard packages provide a 3 hour team building challenge, prices start at $45+GST pp
2. Release that stress!
HAD a really bad day at work, a fight with your partner or just feeling like you have a lot of built up anger?
Well now you can deal with it by smashing crockery with a baseball bat.
It may seem crazy, but that’s kind of the point of a new Melbourne spot that gives you permission to break all the plates and cups you want and it’s surprisingly therapeutic.
3. Team building quest around Melbourne
Team up with your friends or families in teams of four to six people to race Melbourne city hunting for clues, solving puzzles, going nuts in flash mobs and completing perky challenges at the most amazing and fun Race around Melbourne – Urban Quest. Whether you are looking to do something that is lots of fun, engaging and competitive enough, physically and mentally challenging, easy guided through your smartphone and is very social, look no further. We’ve got all these covered for you in one – Urban Quest.
4. It’s a knockout
“It’s a Knockout! That’s the name of the game…”. Teams will enter the arena to the sounds of the hit game show of the 1980s.
With joker cards, outrageous activities and lost of laughter, this is a program that will be enjoyed by all.
The It’s a Knockout program consists of a number of recreational activities depending on the goals and requirements of your company. The emphasis is on fun and interaction, with the opportunity to incorporate specific team building activities on request.
5. Rap Jumping
The team at Rap Jumping will feed your employees’ sense of adventure with rap jumping and abseiling sessions that are held in Melbourne’s CBD. A team building activity with a difference, staff will leap from the top of a seven storey building and rappel down the side until they reach the ground. Those who love extreme sports and consider themselves adrenaline junkies can try the forward-facing rap jump method (often referred to as Aussie rappelling), while those who are a little unsure can descend via the traditional backward-facing abseil method. There is also the capacity for spectators on the rooftop, so those who’d prefer to watch rather than jump are also more than welcome to attend! Rap jumping is a great way to push your team to the edge and beyond – and it’s 100% safe. This activity requires a minimum of 10 people and sessions take approximately 2 hours.
6. Hollywood Movie Making.
If you’re looking for a creative team building activity, Hollywood Movie Making is an excellent choice. Teams create a short film under the guidance of a professional camera director and performing actor, allowing them to gain an insight into line delivery, the art of cinematography and film scripting. The event is often hilarious and memorable and comes complete with an awards ceremony and screening of films at the end. The program caters for 12 to 400 people and can be tailored to suit your desired timeframe.
7. Building teams over food
Are you looking for an absolutely fabulous personalised function, Christmas celebration or team building activity for your team or very special clients? Their corporate cooking classes south of Melbourne (located in Melbourne’s Bayside suburb, Cheltenham) are the perfect solution.
They can create an event perfect for your private group be it from a cooking class followed by an intimate dinner to corporate cooking team challenges which encourage communication, problem solving, productivity and group morale. Gathering together at their stunning long table instantly connects people. It is an incredible and unique experience and the benefits from such an event flow back to the workplace.