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Bouncing into Wollondilly Leisure Centre this winter school holidays is Jump Fest, the ultimate inflatable pop-up park for the young ones. With both wet and dry activities, there's loads of fun to be had.

They can spring, slide, dodge and jump for joy with over 14 colourful inflatables that will eventually wear them out and give parents a well-earned break come end of the day. There's bouncy houses and jumping castles, giant slides and inflatable games.

Jump Fest, Wollondilly Leisure Centre, Picton
www.wclc.com.au


A very tricky and sticky Velcro wall will have them busy squirming and trying to break free, whilst a mega 23-metre long obstacle course will have them dodging and manoeuvring their way through various hurdles. They can also battle it out in the gladiator jousting arena and conquer the 9-metre dual lane cliff hanger slide.

The smaller jumpers can enjoy 3-in-1 sports fun with inflatable ball games, basketball hoops and an internal climb n' slide where they can bounce, balance and bound all day long. A selection of jumping castles too, with an enclosed jumping area, will keep them safe.

In the indoor 25-metre, learners and toddler's pools, swim-savvy children can keep up their progress in the water with the temperature set at a balmy 30degrees Celsius and those aged 4-12years can also sprint, splash or slide their way across a giant 12.5-metre water adventure inflatable.

Jump Fest, Wollondilly Leisure Centre, Picton
www.wclc.com.au


A kiosk is at one's disposal for when the hunger sets in, else you can bring a picnic lunch. Note, there is no glass or alcohol allowed and no food or drinks on the inflatables.

From preschoolers and up, all this fun can be enjoyed throughout the second week of the July holidays, Monday to Friday, from 10am to 3pm. Entry is $15 per individual or $50 per family of 4 and includes unlimited access to the inflatables, swimming and aquatic facilities for the day. Tickets can be purchased on the day at the reception. Spectators are free.

Check out the website for all the rules and FAQ's.
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When: 10am-3pm
Phone: 02 4677 1251
Where: 434 Argyle St, Picton
Cost: $15 per individual, $50 per family of 4
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