I will seriously consider this for his 5th birthday next year, there was a party there and it looked like they were having a ball and I could see a party room all set up for them post bouncing.
You can bounce for an hour with each session booked and your wristband indicates the slot you have been given. You can pay for more at a reduced rate but I think most will be bounced out by then. Each booking starts on the hour.
There are a few price ranges ($10-$16.50) but I think they are pretty reasonable and there is no entry for those left watching, you can even sit and watch from their café on the first floor.
They are also a few things to try, free jumping, a bit of dodgeball, a foam pit area or a couple of options for advanced jumpers (this looked scary but impressive).
Bounce has great opening hours opening every day at 10am and staying open on some days until 11pm. A perfect way for older kids to get a decent session or the bigger kids in all of us.
Dad bounced with my son on this occasion and I think he had just as much fun!
Serious Bouncers Only - I was scared but impressed!
I just went with my 5 year old on Thursday and we had a blast. Of course I was worn out well before him! On your first visit you buy special non-slip socks for $1.50 that you keep and use again for subsequent visits. I plan to go back.
And the young boy in the first photo in a blue top happens to be my dearest grandson Mitchell ( he and his brother have autism) they absolutely love Bounce and have got many of their friends hooked as well.