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Escape room(s) by Lost Australia Station

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"We're all in this together. We will get through this and we will leave no one behind, that is a promise."_x000D__x000D_ There is an abandoned prison on...
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Aokigahara, also known as the Suicide Forest, is a 35 square kilometer forest located at the northwestern foot of Mount Fuji in Japan. The forest contai...
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The Exodus will show how the children of Israel will leave slavery in Egypt by the power of Yahweh, the God who chose Israel as his people. Enslaved and...
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Dr. U is a famous biochemist who has dedicated his entire life to researching an anti-aging virus, but the company abandoned his project after the failu...
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Since the famous Yuan Ming Yuan tragedy, which occurred in the 1860s, the 12 statues of the heads of the zodiac mysteriously disappeared from the imperi...
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Have you ever asked yourself what the true meaning behind LOST is?_x000D__x000D_Well, LOST is an abbreviation for Lost Operations Special Training. You ...
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Reviews for escape room(s) by Lost Australia Station

10 players have written ratings on the escape room(s) of Lost Australia Station.
Level 6
Melbourne
At the beginning of the experience I liked best to press a button to get into an elevator. _x000D_ _x000D_ The puzzles in the room were very different, e.g. the use of moving props, interaction with technology, non-technology and the surrounding space, working with dials and buttons, working with images, sound, letters and/or numbers. The format of the locks was also different. Most of them required entering numbers into a keypad, while others did not. Perhaps you should also consider traditional combination or key locks as well as letter locks in future escape rooms, if this has not already been done? I have been in escape rooms where puzzles were constantly being read on paper and traditional locks were being opened, so I liked the range that LOST Australia Station provided in this room. _x000D_ In my opinion, there were puzzles that were difficult, reasonably challenging and uncomplicated, but took time to solve. So this put me under pressure, led to triumph and pushed me to think about alternative approaches at different times. This is what I enjoy from escape dreams, especially when one manages to escape._x000D_ _x000D_ There were two of us, and we got a lantern. It would have been more convenient to find a normal flashlight somewhere, but that was no big deal. If there were 3 or more people, I think it would have been better to have another portable white light - even if it had to be found somewhere in the rooms._x000D_ _x000D_ When we unlocked the door in the last room, we hoped it would open to another room where we could solve more puzzles. We did it in less than an hour, but the staff told us in the last 13 minutes that we could take our time to finish the room. Maybe because there were no bookings after that, but I thought that was nice of them and really appreciated it : ) It was a really good experience and I would definitely like to try the other rooms.
28 months ago
Aokigahara
Melbourne
Went into an escape room with a total of 6 people and it was quite interesting. It was not a scary escape room, but the success rate made sense. Although we were planned for 75 minutes, it took us 3 hours (180 minutes) to complete the escape room. The seller was nice and also called us in advance that the escape room was difficult. It was worth it, but it definitely wasn't the first escape room we should try.
28 months ago
Castiglione
Melbourne
A room for fun (Castiglione) and perfect for a first-time visitor (my partner). We arrived on Saturday. The waiting room with the billiard games was great!_x000D_ _x000D_ I have now made six rooms and would suggest making the intercom more accessible - it was difficult to go back through the tunnel and crawl back when we had to ask a question or check how much time was left. Walkie-talkies would work better._x000D_ _x000D_ Also, the hostess was lovely, but she didn't watch us while we were doing the room (something I haven't experienced in any of my previous rooms) - so when I went back to room 1 to ask for a clue, I had to explain/confirm which part we were doing before I got a clue (also, her accent was quite thick and it was sometimes difficult to understand what she was saying)._x000D_ _x000D_ Overall a very good room, and we would return to
28 months ago
Castiglione
Melbourne
We tried the Castiglione room for an appointment in the escape room. That room proved a little too hard for total novices like us. In the first room we had a flying start, but after that we were heavily dependent on the advice of the helpful staff. We both had a lot of fun, lots of cool equipment and effects. In the end we slowly "escaped", but only because nobody booked the room afterwards, so that we were kindly given a little bit more time for the last puzzle. We definitely want to do more of that in the future.
28 months ago
Castiglione
Melbourne
We did the Castiglione room. It was beautifully decorated and had a lot of clues. The props and furnishings were well thought out and seemed to be of good quality._x000D_ _x000D_ We had a great time. The lady who worked there was really nice and helpful. _x000D_ _x000D_ The only small suggestion I have is to provide a flashlight. The rooms are dark or atmospherically lit and it's great, but a flashlight would make it much easier for those who need reading glasses (which is pretty much everyone over 40, as well as younger people who have poor eyesight) to read documents with clues and see the numbers on the padlocks.
28 months ago
Alcatraz
Melbourne
I did Exodus and Alcatraz here. Apparently Alcatraz was the hardest room they have, it requires at least 3 people. I found that Lost Australia rooms are very different from other escape room providers because Lost Australia rooms are very technologically advanced. They use things like RFID whenever possible. Also, not everything you have to do in the room is a puzzle. Certain activities will make you laugh. The Exodus room was really big and had an amazing use of technology. Personally, I found it more difficult than the Alcatraz. The Exodus was about the story of Moses. You don't need to know about history, but you get to know the whole story there. Remember to be very attentive!_x000D_ _x000D_ Alcatraz was about the classic escape from prison, where we have to escape from prison before the guards catch us. We loved every bit of that experience. I'm going back to do the other rooms.
28 months ago
Alcatraz
Melbourne
My friends and I came across this place by chance after we had dinner just around the corner on Lygon Street. The three of us had already completed many escape rooms and decided to go to Alcatraz, a classic jailbreak-themed room that many escape rooms seem to prefer._x000D_ _x000D_ The Alcatraz of LOST, however, was unexpectedly different: the puzzles were a challenge, but they were fun, and it was obvious that a lot of thought and effort was put into creating puzzles of such a great level._x000D_ _x000D_ I can definitely see where the worldwide success behind LOST comes from. You're doing what every escape room does, only better. The technology adds magic and thrills to the completion of escape rooms, making the whole experience much richer and more realistic. _x000D_ I am very excited to see what else LOST will bring to Melbourne! I will definitely come back!
28 months ago
Alcatraz
Melbourne
New place for escape fans, near the melb uni so easily accessible. Lost was the most unique escape experience I have ever had. The theme rooms of Alcatraz and Egypt. Would come back for the last one. Easy recommendation.
28 months ago
Exodus
Melbourne
It's our first time doing something like this, and we loved it! We found it really challenging, although we would like to go back and do it better. We did the Exodus room, and it was really high-tech and fun. The staff was great. She helped us because it was our first time and she made us feel at home.
28 months ago
Exodus
Melbourne
My friends and I played in the 'Exodus' room, which had some difficult challenges and made us work all the time. We got stuck on one particular challenge that was causing us to fall behind, but we still got to the final challenge. The staff was friendly. I would definitely go again!
28 months ago