about our hunts

Hunts are usually the taster for our events. If you want to start off small and ease into our other events then this is where you should start. We have a variety of different hunts that can be customised for you. Each one will follow some simple rules but will deliver maximum fun!

To give you an idea, here is what you’ll experience on one of our hunts. Firstly, all the guests will gather at our chosen location be it a park or a bar or wherever. After everyone has arrived and been greeted, we will divide you into teams. We will then hand each team a list of items they’ll need to find/take photos of. Then off you go! Usually everyone will meet back at a bar or restaurant and chat about their experience as we tally up the scores and figure out who placed. We’ll then make an announcement on the winners, present them with a prize, and then you and your guests can enjoy the rest of the night chatting away. 

What do we do? Well we are a full service which means that we’ll scout and secure the locations, create and print the lists and then oversee the running of the hunt.

Our mission is to create a spectacular day for you and your guests. We want to connect people through events.

our hunts

Photo Hunts

Upon arrival, we will divide you into teams and you’ll be given a photo list. This list will comprise of things you’ll need to find and things your team will need to do. Simply, it’s a race to complete the list first. 

Scavenger Hunts

For this hunt, not only will you need to find items on a list to take photos of but you’ll also need to hunt for things. This hunt can be done in public areas or in your own office.

Treasure Hunts

This is a bit different from the other hunts. For this one, we will hide a trove of treasure and you’ll need to find it. There will be a treasure map and clues you’ll need to follow and of course if you find the trove first – the treasure is YOURS!

Frequently Asked Questions

What's involved in a hunt?

**Incase you skipped the blurb at the top of this page ;)**

Firstly, all the guests will gather at our chosen location be it a park or a bar or wherever. After everyone has arrived and been greeted, we will divide you into teams. We will then hand each team a list of items they’ll need to find/take photos of. Then off you go! Usually everyone will meet back at a bar or restaurant and chat about their experience as we tally up the scores and figure out who placed. We’ll then make an announcement on the winners, present them with a prize, and then you and your guests can enjoy the rest of the night chatting away. 

How long are the hunts and what's their difficulty?

Scavenger and Photo Hunts run for an hour and are quite easy to do. Treasure Hunts go for about 2 hours and are a bit more difficult with their puzzles and brain teasers. 

How many people do these hunts cater for?

Any size is fine for these hunts. Totally adaptable for any party size.

How much does this cost?

Depending on the size of your party and your after party location, the cost for this will change. Usually the Photo Hunts and Scavenger Hunts will cost around $30pp as an estimate. 

The treasure hunt will cost around $50pp. This cost will cover our time creating the clues, designing the map and having our team stationed at certain points to supervise the clues and the participants. We will have a consultation for this event and after we speak more about it, we will be able to send you a more accurate quote on what it will cost.

How far in advance should we book this?

A couple of weeks would be ideal as there’s quite a lot of details to arrange before the hunt. But shoot us an email if you are short on time and we will see what we can do on our side. 

Do you sell your photo hunt and scavenger hunt lists separately?

We sell our photo lists and our scavenger hunt lists in packs of 30 for $120 excluding shipping which is $4pp. This includes the list printed on beautiful paper and instructions on how to do the hunt. Just send us a message if you’d like us to arrange something for you. 

Happy Hunting!

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