Six Of The Best Places To Bounce in Sydney

  • Family
    Kids

By: Serina Hajje, ellaslist 

Jumping is a euphoric sensation, a moment of temporary weightlessness and flight. When the weather is terrible but your little ones are full of energy, then the only place to take them is to a trampoline park. Jumping has many health benefits and it’s perfect for almost all ages. Sydney has some excellent trampoline parks for kids and parents, and we’ve listed all of them with their perks and special offers.

1. Boing Central Trampoline Park


Boing Central has an area for preschool jumpers called Tiny Tot Central! It’s perfect and safe for little ones. Aside from the largely covered trampoline area that all trampoline parks have, Boing also has a basketball area, foam pit and dodgeball competitions! If you’re a parent that is not too keen on jumping, then have no fear, there’s a cafe for all your coffee and snacking needs.

 

Where:Unit 5/6 4-8 Inglewood Pl, Norwest Business Park, Baulkham Hills, 2153
Cost: Toddler: $5.00- first hour, $3-second hour
4yrs – 6yrs: $5 first hour, $7.50 second hour
7yrs – 15yrs: $12.00-first hour, $10.00- second hour
16yrs- Up: $15.00- first hour, $12.00- second hour
$2 for socks
More Info Here.

Boing Central Trampoline Park

2. Sky Zone

Sky Zone is the world’s first indoor trampoline park, located at Alexandria and Miranda. Hundreds of trampolines, all connected to form one massive trampoline that literally allows you to jump off the walls. Little Leapers sessions take place for under 5s and parents from Monday – Friday (10am – 1pm). And did we mention the special prices? On Monday there’s unlimited jumping for $10! Tuesdays have a buy one jump hour, get one free! These aren’t available on holidays so school days may need to be missed to catch these specials.

Where: 75 O’Riordan Street, Alexandria and Westfield Miranda
Cost: General: $18 per hour inc. socks
Little Leapers: $10
More Info Here.

3. FX Zone Sports Centre and Trampoline Park

FX Zone has everything a kid wants from a trampoline park: a foam pit, dodge-ball trampoline area and a playground for little ones! Mums and toddlers get in at a discounted rate and there’s a nice cafe inside for parents. The best part about FX Zone is that it has a sports centre with baseball batting cages nearby. But you have to pay a different fare to get a chance to swing bat.

Where: Uhrig Rd, Olympic Park
Cost: Adults : $13 per hour
Over 6 yrs:$13 per hour
Under 5 years: $10 per hour
All day: $30 per person
More Info Here.

4. FlipOut


Flip Out has branches of trampoline parks all across Sydney. With a basketball area for under 10s, foam pits and plenty of trampolines, FlipOut will make any jumper happy. But if you’re in the Caringbah and Castle Hills area then you’re extra lucky because Friday and Saturday is disco night!

 

Where: 12 Parraweena Rd, Caringbah,
5/1618 Canterbury Road, Punchbowl
31 Mount Erin Road (Blair Athol), Campbelltown
Unit 2 – 238 Hoxton Park Road, Prestons
Westpoint Shopping Town, Level 4, Shop 4020 Patrick Street, Blacktown
4/6-8 Hudson Ave, Castle Hill
Unit 1-2 / 10 Short Street, Brookvale
Cost: 3-7 yrs: $14- first hour, $12-second hour
8-16 yrs: $14-first hour, $12- second hour
17 yrs and up: $14- first hour, $12- second hour
More Info Here.

5. Planet X Entertainment

With an alien theme, this place is definitely out of this world. Grab your under 6 kids because Planet X has emptied their place on Thursday and Friday at 10am-12pm for your jumper and at just $10. The coolest thing about this place is it’s combination of games and jumping. Aside from the standard features that all trampoline parks have, Planet X also has a skate park and jumping castles! But if you’re not interested in that, there’s also an arcade, with the latest machines kids love.

Where: Zoe Place, Mount Druitt NSW 2770
Cost: Under 6s: $10 (Tiny Tots session only)
Gerneal: $15 per hour
2 hour skating session only $15.00 per person including skate hire
More Info Here.

6. Flymotion – Entertainment Quarter

This isn’t a trampoline park but if you’re looking for a place to jump higher than you’ve ever been, in the most safest way possible then Flymotion is here for you! Jumpers are strapped in a harness that’s attached to two lines. With a single trampoline, the jumper takes one leap and they’re brought higher than they could ever jump! The adjustable harness allows jumpers to move around and experiment in acrobatic moves. Despite the height, it’s actually much safer than trampoline parks and kids from 2 years can go on.
Open Wednesday and Saturday and everyday of the NSW State School Holidays (weather permitting) from 10am-4pm

Where: 220/122 Lang Rd, Moore Park NSW 2021
Cost: 2yrs and over: $10 – 4mins
More Info Here.

 

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