At Boing Central, there is 1600 square metres of trampolines, padding and foam. My teen son and his baseball team arrived at Boing Central for their team presentation but most of all, to just have FUN.
These boys were revved up to get on the equipment and boing their way through Slam Central (basketball trampoline), Dodge Central (dodgeball competition), Foam Central (a huge foam pit to flip into) and Jump Central (a jump and flip zone).
There is also membership to Boing Central starting at $14.95 for 16 years and up. This includes trampoline fitness, Pilates and Boxfit classes. There is also membership for younger children. Not only this but Parramatta Eels members receive $10 per person entry per hour to Boing Central during the 2015 NRL season. Contact Boing for further details. They are open all year round, except Christmas Day.
There is so much at Boing Central, I needed a cuppa to calm my inner boing boing. There is a café serving the regular café food and if you climb the stairs, there is seating with a good view over the trampoline area. From this vantage point, I could see bodies working out, releasing themselves onto the padded mats, faces that beamed FUN (there's that word again).