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Trampoline Parks in Brisbane: Don’t Pay Full Price!

If you are looking for the best trampoline park Brisbane has to offer, then this article is going to give you the list you are looking for. We have listed ALL the the Brisbane trampoline parks in our article, and to help you find the one closest to you, there’s a handy map at the bottom!

Here are our favourite trampoline parks in Brisbane where you can go to catch some serious air, Brisbane style! (And if they have a discount on offer, we’ve added it here too!)

Trampoline Park Brisbane style!

There’s something about bouncing the day away on a trampoline that makes you feel like a little kid again (just one that sometimes has to be wary about their pelvic floor – try Modibodi!). And we know how important it is to get kids up and moving and not glued to screens all day!

There are a variety of activity centres across the greater Brisbane region that offer high quality trampoline experiences. Many of these places also have other facilities like cafes, ninja warrior courses, games and health and fitness activities. Score!

Map of trampoline parks in Brisbane

This map is interactive, use your fingers to zoom on the map (or mouse if using). Tap on each star icon to get driving directions!

The Jungle Adventure Play – Tingalpa

The Jungle Adventure Play

Trek into a world of fun at The Jungle – Festooned with fantastic attractions designed to be challenging, fun and to help your kids build confidence and strength, this giant indoor play centre is a world of different experiences for every age group.

Adventure Play wonders, sourced from around the globe, have been brought together under one amazing roof, awaiting discovery by intrepid explorers. Parents of play pioneers are able to join in, or just take time out and relax at Base Camp, their fully licensed café, or beneath the Jungle canopy at Vines Restaurant, knowing the hunters are safe out there.

Find out more about The Jungle Adventure Play here.

Bounce Trampoline Park Brisbane – Tingalpa & Macgregor


No matter where in Brisbane you reside Bounce INC has you covered with three amazing venues – one in Tingalpa, one in Macgregor and one on the Gold Coast. This is a wickedly fun trampoline park experience for young and old. We love that Bounce Inc cap the number of bouncers to ensure everyone is safe while having a wild time!

Bounce venues offer activities for everyone, from preschoolers in Junior Jumper areas learning the fundamentals of movement to freestyle athletes taking on X-Park adventure challenge course.

Each Bounce trampoline centre is an Adrenaline Playground comprising around 3,000 square meters of interconnected indoor trampolines, adventure features, padding and airbags.

Bounce has a diverse customer base that ranges from pre-schoolers and teenagers to elite athletes and corporate groups.

Bounce trampolines, padding and airbags create the perfect playground to develop and practice skills. Whether people trying to master their first flip into the Big Bag or learning how to run The Wall, it’s the ultimate environment to get a taste of Freestyle!

Do you have sporty little ones? Check out the trampoline basketball and dodgeball courts! We’ve got a comprehensive review of BOUNCE Inc. at Tingalpa here and BOUNCE Inc. MacGregor here.

Watch my Facebook live below to see what our visit to the MacGregor trampoline park looked like.

miniBOUNCE Carindale

minibounce trampolines

Just like its bigger siblings, miniBOUNCE is an active adventure-play centre, this time designed especially for pre-schoolers. Everything at miniBOUNCE is designed to offer fun, active-play experiences that help develop a positive relationship with physical activity for life.

The staff and play features of miniBOUNCE offer a universe of fun, freestyle, progression and development for walking age toddlers through to 6-year-old adrenaline hunters. There is a cafe on site, too, and free Wi-Fi.

Check out our review of miniBOUNCE to learn more.

*There is a discount for miniBounce here.

Inflatable World – multiple locations

inflatable world brisbane equipment

Inflatable World have a number of great venues in Brisbane as well as to the North and South. There are a number of high-energy and high-FUN activities available that include bouncing your heart out on trampolines.

Families tip: Some Inflatable Worlds share their venue with other indoor sport activities. Check their website and opening hours before setting off to be sure the inflatables are inflated!

Urban Xtreme – Hendra

Urban Xtreme Hendra Indoor play

Urban Xtreme in Hendra, Brisbane – Australia’s first indoor snow sports and adventure centre.

Activities include:

Kids love to flip and bounce on their trampolines, and there’s plenty of opportunity on the Xtreme Jump trampolines at Urban Xtreme.

Xtreme Jump is 500m2 of connected trampolines where the kids can show off their aerial skills, play dodgeball, and enjoy other fun trampolining games. Xtreme Jump is included in the Park Pass (see below for discount), and anyone over 4 years old can use the trampolines. The kids will literally be bouncing off the walls, and you’ll be happy to let them!

Check out our video review here then book your visit!!

Flip Out Trampoline Park – Strathpine

Flip Out Strathpine

Finding something to do that the whole family will love can seem like an impossible task, but thankfully, there’s always Flip Out Strathpine. With its huge trampoline arena, foam pit, special kids’ area, and a cafe to chill out in afterwards, they’ve got everything you could ever need for a fun-filled couple of hours. Flip Out is open 7 days a week; so get jumping!

Check out our Flip Out review here.

We have a discount for Flip Out here (check the T&C’s!)

Area 51 – Underwood

Area 51 Grand Opening

Area 51 is Brisbane’s newest indoor trampoline park, and it’s an amazing world of adventure for all ages! Not only are there trampolines, but rock climbing walls, bouldering, ninja and parkour course activities, inflatables, giant zip line, ball pits, basketball court, disco studio, Nerf games … it truly is “out of this world”!

Address: 51 Kingston Road, Underwood, QLD 4119.

Check out Area 51’s website here.

Jummps Indoor Trampoline Park – Parkwood

trampoline parks Brisbane

Located within the confines of Parkwood Village, Jummps Indoor Trampoline Park is an air-conditioned haven for jumping aficionados big and small. The facility boasts ample parking and a viewing area allowing visitors to join the action at least in spirit. Trained staff remains on hand to offer guidance and tips on how to perform gravity-defying tricks.

Address: Parkwood Village, 76-122 Napper Rd, Parkwood

Website: Find out more about Jummps here.

Revolution Trampoline Park – North Lakes

trampoline parks brisbane

Viva Revolution! This great spot for kids is open again! Head to 3 Flinders Parade to bounce into fun. You can find more details here and they’re open every day! 

Address: 3 Flinders Parade, North Lakes, QLD 4509

Trampoline parks that have closed

  • SkyZone Trampoline Park – Macgregor – permanently closed – now Bounce (see above)
  • Just Jump trampoline park – Redbank – permanently closed
  • Velocity – North Lakes

Why choose a trampoline park?

Trampoline parks are great fun. Besides the bounce factor they’ve always got the music pumping and it’s all indoors – perfect for the punishing Brisbane climate. The kids will get sweaty, excited and TIRED which means you’re probably in for a bit of a snoozy rest of the day… once you manage to drag them out of there, of course!

Have we missed your favourite trampoline park in Brisbane? Let us know in the comments!

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Janine Mergler

Janine Mergler is a veteran Queensland teacher, graduating from QUT with a BEd majoring in Social Sciences. After many years in the classroom, Janine moved on to academia. She has proudly trained new generations of teachers in her role as a lecturer at Queensland University of Technology Faculty of Education. She has also worked in the Queensland Government as an education specialist, developing education resources and delivering community awareness programs to help families conserve water. Currently she is the owner and editor of Families Magazine, a publication specifically targeted at parents who value a quality education for children.  Janine leads a team of professionals who write about family lifestyle, early childhood, schools and education information and family-friendly events.

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