With the weather declining somewhat during the winter months, it's always handy to be aware of some of the brilliant indoor activity options available in Brisbane, and what better way to spend a rainy day then at an indoor trampoline park?
Kids can bounce and flip to their hearts content whilst parents can sit back and watch with a coffee or even get a slice of the action by joining in! Here are some of the best 'Indoor Trampoline Parks' Brisbane has to offer.
With over 50 interconnecting trampolines, running wall, soft landing areas and trampoline dodgeball courts, Bounce Tingapla is the the perfect day trip out for all of the family. Anyone aged 3 and over can join in, why not try a game of bounce basketball? Or simply freestyle it out in the free jump arena- if you're looking for the kids to burn some energy then look no further.
Booking online is advised as sessions tend to book out quickly. Each session runs in 60 minute slots and prices vary depending on age. There is also an on site tuck shop selling drinks and snacks as you're sure to work up an appetite during the hour.
Sky Zone, Macgregor Two awesome activities under the one roof, Sky Zone Macgregor has over 100 interconnected trampolines for kids to go crazy on as well as Brisbane's only 3 storey Laser Tag arena- what could be better? As well as the general jump arena, you'll find soft landing areas, running walls and slam dunk arena.
The best part? Take all members of the family as little jumpers can test out their bouncing legs in the "Toddler Arena".
Jumping sessions last for 60 minutes and cost $18 for general jumpers, however for $23, kids can enjoy an hour on the trampolines and a full game of laser tag- bargain!
Flip Out, Strathpine Flip Out aims to give kids healthy and awesome fun through their massive trampolines, ball games and events and they have worked hard to put together an activity that is perfect for everyone, whether it's kids, parents or even grandparents.
As well as the main arena, Flip Out Strathpine features a mini arena for under 10s and even an inflatable area for children under 5 who may not be comfortable on the larger trampolines. Kids can also wear themselves out on the wall runners, foam pits and basketball courts.
Spingloaded, Ipswich Springloaded, although an indoor trampoline arena, also has a strong focus on gymnastics and fitness- even providing their own gymnastics classes. The arena itself features an extreme zone for the most savvy of jumpers, dodgeball arena, tumble trampolines with soft land area, small children's arena and platform jumping.
Sessions start on the hour, every hour, at a cost of $15 per jumper and it's best to call ahead to book as sessions can fill up quickly. Outside food and drinks (other than water) are not permitted, however there is an on site cafe if the kids are feeling peckish.
Discover a day in the life of Guardian children by exploring your local Guardian Early Learning centre on Saturday, 23rd February. As part of the National Open Day, participating Queensland centres are inviting you and your family to visit and find out what makes learning at Guardian so special.