Bounce Inc Australia

The world has discovered Bounce Inc, make sure you book your time slot before you go!

Join the free jumping revolution at Australia’s first indoor ‘trampolining universe’ playground where you literally bounce off the walls!  **Check our 2015 review here**

Where:  Bounce Inc, 2 Weir St Malvern, click here for map. (Also Blackburn and Essendon)

When: Check the Bounce Inc website for full details, click here.

Cost: $15/hr, plus initial outlay for Bounce Inc socks ($1.50), Junior Jumper sessions $7  Book online here. (current at time of publishing in 2012)



It’s HIGHLY recommended book your session time in advance via the website online booking system – as we witnessed by the time our 12-1pm session came to an end the place was suddenly really busy.  Also there is a maximum number allowed in the venue at one time so you wouldn’t want to turn up and find it fully booked.

There is also a minimum height on weekends and school holidays – 110cm.  Charlie (4) just scrapped in.  During the week between 10am – 3pm children under 110cm (aged 3+) are welcome.

Sessions start on the hour every hour.

We went with some friends and the kids had an absolute ball.. after a 10 second hesitation they were off and charging around for a full hour… at the end of our session they were slightly sweaty and very flushed!  Although maybe the kids might be a bit warm bouncing in long pants they have more protection from minor scrapes on the trampolines when landing at high speeds.

My friend Tracy and I both agreed – how much better than a grotty play centre!  And with a 1 hour booking you have a beginning and an end.  And next time we’re going to get in on the fun too… those foam pits look ace, and there were loads of teenagers and adults getting into the action.  Actually there were only a few littlies – thankfully there is a dedicated section of the free jumping arena for little kids.

The cafe had really yummy looking food on offer, with the most expensive item $8.50 it was really reasonable.  We had a coffee and it was really decent.