Planet Commando

Yatala

Planet Commando at Yatala is the perfect activity for teenagers looking for a real adrenaline-filled adventure and fun challenge.

With more than 40 different obstacles and activities, the Commando Course, ranging from basic up to Navy Seal level is guaranted to push everyone’s mind and body beyond their limit, with a lot of fun and the highest safety standards.

Planet commando offers this unique and unforgettable experience this school holiday as a Full Day Junior Pass, or a School Holiday Pass valid from Monday 18 Sep until Monday 2 Oct.

Full Day Junior Pass  - $44 - 10% discount with the code Must Do Brisbane

Special School Holiday Junior Pass – unlimited entry valid from Sep 18-Oct 2 - $77

*Offers and Discount valid for Juniors (under 18yrs) during School Holiday until Monday 2nd Oct.

Must Do Brisbane readers can take advantage of any of these Passes. Just give the Must Do Brisbane code when booking. 

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Need to know: Teenagers under 18 will need to be accompanied by an Adult to be signed in.

Nice to know - Planet Commando is a brand-new indoor facility opened in 2016 and located in Yatala, 30 minutes drive from Brisbane CBD.

Planet Commando is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com

Planet Commando

76 Business St

Yatala

1300 848 641

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76 Business St Yatala

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