The best trampoline parks in Melbourne

Bounce off the walls at these indoor trampolining parks
Bounce Essendon
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By Rebecca Russo |
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Unless you're game to jump out of an airplane, hitting up an indoor trampoline park is probably as close as you’ll ever get to flying. Take a leaf out of House of Pain’s book and ‘Jump Around’ at these indoor trampoline parks across Melbourne.

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Trampolining parks in Melbourne

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Latitude Heidelberg Trampoline Centre
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Latitude

icon-location-pin Heidelberg West

Boasting over an acre of indoor aerial activities, Latitude offers a world of aerial entertainment for little kids and big kids alike. There’s more than 100 interconnected trampolines, a performance area, a giant airbag, dodgeball courts and basketball lanes in this indoor centre. After you bounce, go for a round of climbing at Latitude’s rock climbing walls or tackle the six-section sky-high obstacle course. There’s fun for the littlest bouncers too with Latitude’s dedicated Kids Zone, designed for kids aged 18 months to five years.

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Bounce Essendon
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Bounce: Essendon

icon-location-pin Essendon Fields

Bounce – the springy land of pure joy – is an indoor trampoline park inside an impressive heritage-listed hangar. You've got dodgeball courts, basketball hoops and giant airbags, but in addition, the Essendon location is the first to get the one and only Supertramp. Yep, this five-metre monster is the biggest in Australia. Also available in Glen Iris and Blackburn North.

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Rush HQ Rowville
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Rush HQ

icon-location-pin Rowville

Rush HQ packs a lot in: there’s the central trampoline area, four trampoline catwalks that lead to basketball slam dunk areas, a dodgeball court and super-fun foam pits to plunge yourself into. After jumping, visitors can try Mount Madness, a high-octane climbing wall that cantilevers above a foam pit, or the Gauntlet, a two-tiered obstacle course set above the ground.

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Xtreme Air Keysborough
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Xtreme Air

icon-location-pin Keysborough

This place well and truly lives up to its name. With wall-to-wall trampolines, a foam pit and dodge ball trampolines, Xtreme Air is Melbourne’s largest trampoline centre. A great venue for jumpers of all ages, it has a large free jump court featuring more than 60 interconnected trampolines as well as six foam pit lanes, three dodgeball courts and four slam dunk lanes. Let this place be your go-to for family events, birthday parties, corporate events and more. 

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79 Jump Street
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79 Jump Street Trampoline Park

icon-location-pin Sunshine West

Located in Sunshine West, this modern indoor trampoline park suits all ages and all trampolining skill levels. As well as a punny name, 79 Jump Street has more than 50 trampolines (including two professional Olympic tramps), which gives you the freedom to take off and get airborne in a safe and secure environment. You can keep your heart rate up with dodgeball or a round of basketball down Basketball Boulevard. 

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Airborn Indoor Trampoline Park Roxburgh Park
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Airborn Indoor Trampoline Park

icon-location-pin Coolaroo

With over 1,300 square metres of custom made trampolines spread across the floors and walls, Airborn has something for everyone. Launch yourself into Airborn’s blown up airbag, or slam dunk yourself into a frenzy on their specialised slam dunk basketball trampolines. Have a go at the many dodgeball competitions run on Airborn’s tramp floors too. 

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