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Jump On Australia’s Biggest Trampoline At Bounce Essendon

Do your kids love to bounce like mine? With Melbourne’s weather invariably being cold and wet for six months of the year, we are regular visitors of Bounce Inc.

Bounce Essendon wide angle image

Bounce is a national chain of trampoline parks with several locations in MelbourneGlen Iris in Melbourne’s south-eastern suburbs, Blackburn North in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs and Essendon Fields in Melbourne’s north-west.

Bounce Essendon wide angle super tramp

Bounce Essendon is a huge indoor trampoline park inside a heritage-listed aircraft hangar, just a hop skip and jump from Essendon Fields Airport. In fact, you can see planes taking off in the background while you jump!

Bounce Essendon aerial shot girl bouncing on trampoline

Bounce Essendon Trampolines

Bounce Essendon Fields is home to the Super Tramp, Australia’s biggest trampoline. This 5-metre x 5-metre monster means that you really get some lift-off!

Bounce Essendon girl bouncing

In addition, like all Bounce trampoline centres, Essendon Fields Bounce has an awesome Free-Jumping Arena, Slam Dunk, Big Bag, Dodgeball and Wall tramps in the performance area.

Bounce Essendon girl bouncing on trampoline

Bounce Essendon sessions

Bounce Melbourne sessions are scheduled to start on the hour and go for 50 minutes, so get there a little earlier to take your shoes off, go to the toilet, and be ready to bounce right at the top of the hour.

Bounce Essendon free jump sign

Bounce trampoline park grip socks ($3) are required at all times – so if you’re a regular jumper, remember to bring your socks!

Bounce Essendon boy jumping on trampoline

Note that only kids 110cm and over are allowed on the main trampolines (that’s average 3+ years) and kids under 110cm have to stay in the Junior Jumpers area. There is a dedicated soft play area for them too.

Bounce Essendon boy and girl jumping

The jump sessions at Bounce Inc Essendon are all supervised so you don’t have to jump with your kids (unless you want to).

Bounce Essendon boy and girl jumping

Bounce Essendon facilities

You’re not allowed to BYO food (other than water bottles) into the trampolines or viewing areas so there is an onsite tuckshop for snacks and drinks. There are toilets on the first floor and numerous party rooms for birthday party celebrations.

Finally, note that the parking is limited around Bounce Inc at Essendon Fields– there is a dedicated dirt patch across the road but once it’s full you have to park on the surrounding streets.

As you can see from our Bounce Essendon photos, my kids love bouncing on the trampoline park – and I guarantee your kids will love it too!


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About Joyce Watts

Joyce Watts is a former intellectual property, IT and media lawyer turned serial entrepreneur.

As well as being the founder of TOT: HOT OR NOT she helps businesses with their SEO, email marketing & social media as BrightSmart.com.au; she owns an online bike store CycleStyle.com.au and develops and produces creative experiences for families via WheelieGoodFun.com. She used to publish another popular lifestyle and food blog called MEL: HOT OR NOT The decisive guide to Melbourne.

She lives in inner-city Melbourne with her husband, two children and seven bikes.

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