Excape is the Frankston’s premier escape room experience. Excape is an exciting real life adventure game where a team of players need to escape the room by solving clues and series of puzzles within 60 minutes.
Excape rooms are designed for people who love a challenge. It is an interactive game where people need to use logic, problem solving and teamwork.
Our experience is suitable for all age groups (min age 14).
Excape offers different difficulty levels and hugely unique experiences not restricted to just one ‘room’.
Located conveniently in South East Melbourne, in the heart of Frankston CBD and a short walking distance of the Frankston train station. We have the advantage of the nearby car parking.
You and your team are a handful of the lucky people who have managed to survive a recent Zombie virus plaguing Australia. You and your team are tasked with entering the house to search for any clues that will assist in curing the Zombie virus.
Can you find the cure and Escape with your lives?
Frankston Crime Investigation
Australia’s brightest minds are being brought together to identify a kidnapper and save the latest victim. The girl needs your assistance, become the savior in this Crime Investigators inspired Excape room.
Can you save a life?
Project 11 Excape
Professor Frank achieved many things in his life, his most ambitious project has been left unfinished! Can you do what no one else has been able to do or even thought possible, bring a localised thunder storm and rain to save the world from drought?
Do you have what it takes?! Things are about to get stormy!
It’s as easy as Base
Book a session online
Arrive to the location
Start solving clues
Escape the room
Students, Friends, Family. All are welcome in our sessions. Everyone brings their own thought process wich may greatly assist in the challenges you will face. Choose your team wisely
You will have either 60 minutes
to complete the rooms objective.
Work cooperatively to get
the best possible time.
Rooms are designed to make you think outside the box. Find the hidden meanings, avoid the distractions and misdirections. Keeps your wits about you.
Difficulty Level: Medium
Recommended Team Size: 4+ people (Minimum 2, Maximum 6)
Can you and Your Team identify the killer and save the victim?
There have been a string of murders happening in the past few months. Young girls are being kidnapped and brutally murdered. Tragically so far no victims have been found alive. The serial killer has been ruthless in taunting the public at the inability to catch them thus far.
The murderer has now setup a live feed of their new victim indicating that if they are not caught another person will die and you will be forced to watch.
Many suspects houses have been raided, the team needs to identify who the killer is and where they are keeping their victim. By the time the team gets together they have less that 60 minutes to save a life.
The FCI (Frankston Crime Investigation) Unit is bringing the top minds into one room in the hopes of saving the latest victim.
Can you help save an innocent life?
Very well thought out rooms to challenge the mind. We were a bit slow to get started but after a few little prompts from headquarters we were on track. We did the FCI room and it was certainly harder than we imagined, but so much...More
Owner was lovely and the experience was awesome.. The 4 x 13 year old boys that I took were challenged and I got to witness the boys work as a team which was impressive. Adrenaline rush in the ZOMBIE room. Loved it ! Would recommend...More
Something fun and different to do with friends we had an awesome time and can’t wait to do it again 🙂
EXCELLANT and mind spinning act to investigate the crime science. i treating tasks were faced. In a group TEAM work was in top proarity. understand between thoughts.
Excape was a great laugh with the family, the rooms are well thought out and set up, challenging too! We enjoyed both rooms and can't wait for the third to be Finished!!
Excape was incredibly accommodating for the 18 rowdy and loud ventures that came. It was incredibly easy to organise, as the coordinators were extremely friendly. It was easy to get to as it was just a short walk from the Frankston Train Station. Without giving...More