The best trampoline parks in Melbourne was hard to choose, because there's so many, they seem to be popping up all the time, bigger and better than ever before.
After following our detailed 29-point inspection process, we managed to settle on our top 5 local businesses that fit this business model.
Trampoline parks are big business and offer kids and adults a like, a safe way to bounce around like kangaroos, perform backflips and bomb into foam pits.
Plus, it's an affordable activity for a cold or rainy day, making it perfect for the whole family.
So without further a do, here's our top picks.
Best Trampoline Parks Melbourne
1. BOUNCEinc Glen Iris
If you’re in search of a fun-filled way to relax through physical activity, BOUNCE trampoline centre can help you to let go and express yourself.
BOUNCE opened its doors to families, youth and schools for the first time at its 2012 Melbourne opening and since then, the trampoline centre has focused on providing freestyle, fun human connection in over 33 indoor centres across the world.
Featuring air bags and padding with their trampolines, BOUNCE centres offer the perfect environment to practise and develop freestyle skills.
The value BOUNCE places on Freestyle activity is part of a growing movement that appreciates the diversity of sport, making their centres a comfortable environment not only for children, but also athletes and youth seeking to get their bodies moving.
Noah Roos left this google recommendation:
“The bounce crew are really fun to be around and they often are more than happy to teach on how to get that next trick you want... I come here a lot with all my friends and almost always have a great time.”
2 Weir St, Glen Iris VIC 3146
1300 000 540
Classic bounce parties, junior bounce parties, freestyle parties, general sessions, bounce freestyle academy, mini bounce squad, bounce squad, flight squad, ninja squad, holiday camp, team events, school events, venue hire.
2. Latitude Melbourne
For a centre that has it all, Latitude Melbourne is the perfect choice. Combining the areas of bounce, fly and climb, Latitude has something for fun-seekers of all ages and abilities.
Latitude does a great job of combining physical activity with fun; over 100 interconnected trampolines used in basketball and dodgeball games, 12 rock climbing walls, a bungee tower and obstacle courses will give anyone a good time.
They specialise in personalisable birthday parties, giving the perfect gift to a child of any age.
What’s more, Latitude also offers exercise for the mind, giving children a mental test in the ninja-parkour obstacle course.
This google review was left by a customer:
-“Excellent place to take friends and family. 1 hour isn't long enough to fully experience everything here. I recommend getting 2 hours if you are able to. I would definitely go here again.”
590 Waterdale Rd, Heidelberg VIC 3081
1300 123 528
Bounce, climb, grid and kids zone activities, birthday parties, school groups, student groups, 10+ groups, venue hire, friday night session, saturday night hangout, lights out activity.
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3. Airborn Indoor Trampoline Park
If the health benefits involved in trampoline exercise are important to you, Airborn Indoor Trampoline Park should be at the top of your list to visit in Melbourne.
Airborn seeks to provide improved cardiovascular health, detoxification, stress relief, increased leg strength and weight loss for its customers.
Bringing your family and friends to Airborn for a range of activities including dodgeball, basketball and elite trampolining will be sure to make you feel good about physical activity.
Think your work family could benefit from trampoline exercise too? Airborn understands the bonding, team-building and stress relief involved in their park activities and provides corporate parties for this reason.
Andleeb Randhawa left this google review:
“Great place and nice people. Real fun for kids as well as grown ups they have quite a spacious area with different size of trampolines suitable for of all ages.”
2/195 Somerton Rd, Roxburgh Park VIC 3064
(03) 9303 9032
Maincourt, dodgeball, air-bag, air-dunk, elite trampoline, great wall and launch pad activities, children’s parties, corporate events and school bookings.
4. Rush HQ
Rush HQ is a great all-rounder centre with a wide variety of activities for a range of ages, focused on delivering a safe and friendly atmosphere facilitated by expert staff.
If you’re looking for high quality facilities, Rush HQ has premium interconnected trampolines and high performance trampolines.
Even more impressive, Rush HQ’s ‘Mt. Madness’ boulder climbing activity has been designed by an Australian national climber, offering the best quality facilities.
Rush HQ offers the perfect mix of trampoline, climbing and obstacle activities that will entice any fun-loving person looking to blow some steam.
Brian Fordham left this positive google review:
“Great time for both young and old. Friendly staff. Good for kids parties with fun activities for all ages. Best to go off peek as it does get busy on weekends and school holidays.”
39 S Corporate Ave, Rowville VIC 3178
1300 747 576
Mt. Madness, gauntlet, ninja hq, dodge it, junior jumpers, jump factory and jump and slam activities, parties, school groups, groups of 20-200, full venue hire, cafe and games/arcade centre.
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5. Jump Central
The best trampoline centres are founded on good intentions and proper research. Jump Central provides just this; developed by a couple who, together, have been to 7 Olympic games and have designed the perfect trampolining environment for families.
Jump Central strives to ensure safety through high quality construction and staff instruction, leaving you worry-free and fit for fun.
Their focus on fitness and health through trampoline exercise means people of all ages are welcome at the Jump Central Centre and encouraged also to engage in tennis, netball, soccer and futsal activities.
This google review was left by Rachel Wheeler:
“We went here for a child's birthday party. Challenging activities. Liked the food. Not too many people so not too noisy. Finished up with a great soccer game with dad's and sons at the end.”
2/117 Cochranes Rd, Moorabbin VIC 3189
(03) 9555 3900
Freestyle, half-pipe, dodgeball, slam dunk, foam pit, airtrack activities, birthday parties, group bookings and additional mixed sporting activities including soccer, tennis, netball and futsal.
How Much Do Trampoline Parks Cost?
Trampoline parks charge a range of different prices and they may update at any time, so we didn't include specific pricing.
You will nearly always get the best price online before you arrive, by booking a time slot. This is to encourage more people to attend when it's quieter.
After much research, you can usually bounce off-peak Monday to Friday for $12-$17 depending on the facility for adults. Kids are around $10-$15.
On the weekends and during school holidays the price increases and could be anywhere from $15-$25 per session for adults, students and children.
During peak times, there's not usually any difference in price for adults or kids, as kids are usually the ones who are bouncing during these times.
Adults may prefer to come during the week day to get more space to themselves. Usually you get one hour to bounce, but some companies offer multiple hours or discounts for longer access.
Make sure you factor in the cost of grip socks which cost $3-$5 depending on the company. These are yours to keep and you can likely use them in the future.
Some companies such as BounceINC offer adult parties on Saturday nights with a live DJ and these usually cost around $23 per ticket, available online only.
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Last Updated: June 6, 2020 by Rhys