Let’s face it, kids love to bounce. And it’s a great way for them to keep active – even in cold or rainy weather. So here are the best spots to do just that all around Sydney. 

Flip Out trampolining 1. Flip Out, 7 Sydney locations 

At Flip Out, the aim is to give you healthy and awesome fun through many massive trampolines, ball games, events and more … to everyone’s enjoyment!

FIND US: 4/6-8 Hudson Ave, Castle Hill. Westpoint Shopping Centre, 17 Patrick Street, Blacktown. 2/10 Short Street, Brookvale. 12 Parraweena Rd, Caringbah. 62/72 Batt Street, Jamisontown. 244/238 Hoxton Park Rd, Prestons. 5/1618 Canterbury Rd, Punchbowl, flipout.net.au

Ultimate Family Fun Centre 2. Ultimate Family Fun Centre, Northmead 

This is the largest Indoor play centre/jungle gym/soft play setup in Australia (split into 0-5 years and 5-12 years to keep the little ones safer). This venue features more than 750 square metres of trampolines for a bouncy great time. How high can you bounce?


FIND US: 5/1B Redbank Rd, Northmead, ultimate.sydney

 3. Sky Zone Trampoline Park, Alexandria & Miranda 

Sky Zone Alexandria and Miranda are indoor trampoline parks in Sydney. Each venue has more than 100 interconnected trampolines that let you literally bounce off the walls. If you haven’t been to a trampoline park before, or are a regular bouncer, see all the anti-gravity fun you can have at Sky Zone.

FIND US: 75, O’Riordan Street, Alexandria. Westfield Shopping Centre, Shop G121, Kingsway, Miranda, skyzone.com.au

 4. Flymotion Australia Action Zone, Moore Park 

Imagine the fun your kids would have jumping up to seven metres into the air off a trampoline, looking down on the crowd from more than two storeys up. Using multiple bungy cords, the traditional trampoline is super boosted to allow a gravity defying ride giving all the adrenaline of bungy jumping but none of the risks. Open Wednesday and Saturday, and everyday of the NSW State School Holidays (weather permitting).

FIND US: The Entertainment Quarter (formerly Fox Studios), Moore Park, flymotion.com.aueqmoorepark.com.au/kids-at-eq/ 

 5. Planet X Entertainment, Richmond 

This indoor trampoline park features some of the longest continuous trampolines you are likely to see. At 24 metres long, you can flip tumble roll and do insane aerials unobstructed with no need to stop. No cross bracing means safety is at a premium, so you are free to do the tricks you have always wanted to.


FIND US: 3/40 Bowman Street Richmond, planetxent.com.au

 6. Sky High Indoor Trampoline Park, Bankstown 

Centrally located in Southwest Sydney, this modern, state of the art facilities suit all ages and trampolining skill levels. Little kids will have a great time on the smaller trampolines and foam pit, while the older children and teens have the whole park as their playground. Parents and other adults are welcome on the trampolines, of course. If you prefer to watch, there is a raised viewing platform, plus there is a cafe for you to relax away from the trampolines, while still taking in the excitement.

FIND US: 1/4 Brunker Rd, Chullora, indoortrampoline.com.au/

 7. Boing Central, Baulkham Hills 

Bounce, flip and jump your way through Boing Central and the huge trampolining arena. With 80 trampolines (more than 1600 square metres of fun), you’ll be sure to have a blast. The trampolines are open to all ages – whether you’re two years old or 80. If you’re keen to jump, you can!

FIND US: Unit 5/6, 4-8 Inglewood Pl, Norwest Business Park, Baulkham Hills, boingcentral.com.au


Tell us, where do you like to bounce? And why is bouncing so much fun? Let us know in the comments below!

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