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The Big Bounce National Tour
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The Big Bounce is the largest touring inflatable event in the entire world! That's not just marketing either - they have a Guinness World Record to prove it.

This incredible bouncy castle is designed for everyone babies, kids, teens and adults. Parents - no more standing around waiting for the kids to have a go - this one's for you too. Even Great Grandma can have a bounce if she wants.

The Big Bounce is heading to 5 Aussie capital cities in 2020 but tickets are already on sale for some cities, so you need to act quickly.

Melbourne tickets on sale now
January 3 to January 19, 2020 (Flemington Racecourse)
Sydney tickets on sale now
January 24 to February 9 (St Ives Showground)
Adelaide February 14 to March 1
Brisbane March 6 to March 22
Perth April 3 to April 19

The Big Bounce National Tour
The Big Bounce Sarasota Experience

The Big Bounce is basically a bouncy theme park, with three enormous attractions. Tickets provide a three-hour session, and there are separate sessions for different age groups, so you don't need to worry about your toddler being trampled by a twenty-something posing for Instagram (and you will want to pose for Instagram, believe me).

Sessions include:
Babies and toddlers (up to 3 years old, plus accompanying parent)
Juniors: 4 to 7 year olds
Older kids: All kids under 15 and their parents (ie the family session)
Adults only: sessions for 16 years and above.

The Big Bounce National Tour
The Bounce House

The Bounce House is over 1,500 square metres. It towers ten metres off the ground, with turrets that soar even higher. It is filled with crazy inflatable obstacles such as confetti cannons, inflatable chairs and couches, basketball hoops, climbing towers, and ball pits. There is even a huge inflatable rabbit you can explore. From the inside. At the heart of The Bounce Heart is a custom-made stage with a DJ who will keep the party going with music, competitions and giveaways.

The Big Bounce National Tour

AirSpace is three parts of awesomeness that includes an 18-metre high space-themed maze, a 5-laned racing slide and a massive moon crater filled with balls. This is where your Instagram account will get a workout, thanks to the aliens, spaceships and craters. Yeah, baby!

The Big Bounce National Tour
The Giant

Finally, the Giant where everything is BIG. Running to a massive 300 metres long, this is certainly one of the most popular attractions, especially with Ninja Warrior wannabes, with more than 50 inflatable obstacles and a monster slide at the end. Race Great Grandma to the end. And then do it again.

When you need a break there will be shaded chill-out zones and a variety of drink and food trucks.

Tickets are already on sale in Sydney and Melbourne and will be available elsewhere soon. It's expected sessions will sell out long before the Big Bounce hits town, so sign up here to make sure you're the first to hear when tickets go on sale.

The Big Bounce National Tour
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Tickets will cost:
Toddler Sessions - aged 3 and under $29pp (must be accompanied by paying adult)
Junior Sessions - aged 7 and under $45pp
Bigger Kids Sessions - aged 15 and under $45pp
Adult Only Sessions - aged 16 plus $55pp

Big Bounce will be open Fridays 1-7pm, Saturdays 9am-9pm and Sundays 9am-5pm. All sessions run for three hours.

The Big Bounce National Tour
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Why? The biggest, best bouncy castle of the century for the whole family
When: January to April 2020
Where: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth
Cost: Toddler tickets $29pp to adults-only $55pp
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I hope this is cancelled when there is strong winds. Are the adult and a toddler supposed to get on this together. It is not recommended on trampolines for safety reasons. Is this safe??
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