The drum rolls as you make your run-up. Will you pull it off? The crowd goes wild as you execute an Olympic-standard double flip. Or maybe it’s a slam dunk. Or a dive into the foam pit. Or maybe you’re really good at chomping down on ice-cream cake.
For each superhero, acrobat, ninja or sportsperson, there is a trampoline park to suit your family. Every trampoline park Sydney has on offer brings a unique flavour of high-octane fun. Tiny tots and thrill-seeking teens (and, of course, their accompanying grown-ups) will love jumping straight in to this list of top trampoline parks in Sydney.
Pull on your super-grip socks ($3 at most of the centres mentioned) and get bouncing!
SkyZone – Alexandria
You can jump at SkyZone in Alexandria as soon as you can walk. SkyZone has designated areas for little jumpers so they don’t get squashed, as well as Little Leapers drop-in classes for under 5s. SkyGuards supervise all jumping areas to keep everyone safe.
Now for the fun bits. The centre has dodgeball zones, foam pits, Sky Slam (a trampoline basketball area), the Wall and a Stratosphere just for jumping. Access to the Enduro Warrior Course is included in your one- or two-hour jumping pass. Think balance beams, trapeze, zip lines, monkey bars and more.
Sessions start every hour on the hour, so arrive with time to spare. If jumping is not your style, you can pick the climbing package instead. A 1-hour jump or a 1-hour climb package is $18. A 2-hour package for either is $36. You can arrange a special deal that includes both a 1-hour climb and 1-hour jump.
Party packages include food, cups and plates, access to the party room, two complimentary coffees for the grown-ups, socks and a 1-hour jump or climb for guests.
Unfortunately, SkyZone Miranda has closed.
Flip Out – various locations
With centres all over Australia, you are guaranteed to find a Flip Out close to home. Each one brings something slightly different to the table. At Flip Out Castle Hill, for example, you’ll find a dodgeball court, 7 Olympic trampolines, a parkour arena and 6 wall runners. Caringbah has a two-lane foam pit and two super bounce pyramids. Penrith has a new café, under 7s area and disco lights with a DJ on Saturday afternoons.
Most Flip Out centres have indoor and outdoor arenas and classes for adults and kids. Learn front flips, back flips and twists with expert trainers at Little Ninjas. Play with hula hoops, parachutes and balls at designated adult and child Playgroup. Register for sensory-friendly Flip-ability. Book a minimum of 10 kids into a catered party package.
Sky High Indoor Trampoline Park – Bankstown
The Sky High tramp park located in Chullora is great at age-specific fun. Jumping is available for ninja warriors aged 2 and up. This includes grown-ups of course, although there is a raised viewing platform and café if chilling is more your style.
Channel Michael Jordan in the main trampoline zone with basketball hoop. Test yourselves on the Ninja Warrior-inspired course. Dive deep in the foam pit with rock-climbing wall. Party with the added bonus of no minimum number of kids. Birthday packages include ice-cream cake, slushies, pre-printed invitations and time playing in the party room. For a bit extra, you can add a pizza!
General admission is $14 for 1 hour and $20 for 2. Children under 3 and their accompanying adult enter for $10 per hour. Enjoy special group prices for four or more jumpers.
Looking for more fun? Onsite you’ll find Aapes, Australia’s largest indoor parkour and freerunning centre. This is a separate business to Sky High.
Ultimate Family Fun Centre – Northmead
Did somebody say four-lane trampoline foam pit? Did I hear mention of 60 metres of interconnected trampolines? Northmead’s Ultimate Family Fun Centre is the largest indoor play centre in Australia. Its state-of-the-art facilities include a dodgeball zone, climbing wall, dodgem cars, slip-and-slide and littlies’ jungle gym.
There is also a café and chill zone if the adrenaline gets the better of you!
Planet X Entertainment – Richmond
Zoom into outer space and land on Planet X. Gravity goes out the window on their Olympic-grade trampolines. You’ll discover some of the longest continuous tramps, a parkour wall for brave freestylers and basketball hoops for the perfect slam dunk. Area 51 is a special games room with air hockey and arcade games.
Grown-ups can enjoy barista-made coffee, and everyone can fuel up on snacks and refreshments for the trip back down to earth.
Special tiny tot sessions for kids 6 and under run between 10am and 12pm during school term. Accompanying adults jump for free.
Entry costs $15 per person per hour, with sessions starting on the hour. Party packages cost $35 per person for 1 hour of jumping, 30 minutes of party room hire, food, drink, lolly bags and an icecream cake.