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Reboundland is an indoor play centre that's not just for kids. With16 giant inflatable obstacles adults (under 90kg) are welcome to take up the challenge, although most of us are happier looking on from the sidelines. Young children are catered for too with a dedicated under 5's area 'Misty Kingdom' comprising a ball pit, jumping castle and inflatable caterpillar.
Socks must be worn on the inflatables and if you forget to bring some, they can be purchased on entry. There are no other dress rules but I would recommend loose, comfortable clothing that is easy to move around in. There is no air conditioning but the building has large openings to the outside and plenty of fans to keep you cool.
The centre is well supervised with friendly staff so you can let your children play without standing over them. I like to sit up on the mezzanine level so I can keep an eye on them and enjoy a coffee at the same time. Café Reboundland serves a fair cappuccino and assortment of snacks so parents can sit back and relax while the kids wear themselves out.
I recently had my son's eighth birthday party at Reboundland and it was a resounding success. Although they offer a party package, you can bring your own food and drink, so we opted to self-cater. Table bookings are only available if you buy the party package however, so if you do opt for self-catering get there early. Unlike trampoline parks you do not need to pre-book admission and at $16 for three hours, Reboundland gives you more bounce for your buck.