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Kids plus water equals hours of fun
Splash'N'Bounce Inflatable Water Park has arrived back in Adelaide's northern suburbs. This mobile park tours around Australian towns during summer, bringing water fun to hundreds of school-aged kids. Splash'N'Bounce will be set up in Adelaide's northern suburbs for one week only.
One of the large splash 'n bounce water play areas. Image from splash 'n bounce.com.au
Splash'N'Bounce has many huge inflatable pools, some with huge slides and other bouncy fun activities. The inflatable zones are in bright fun colours and children can go from one area to another during their pre-paid session. Kids love splashing about in the polar affair and the octopus dare. Everyone loves a slip and slide. Older kids love the challenge of the Godzilla steep slide. Sessions last for 3 hours so there is plenty of time to swim, jump, slide, splash and bounce around trying out all the play zones.
Hooray it's summer. Image by Holly Daniel on splash'nbounce.com.au
The management recommends the equipment is suitable for ages 4- 16 years, Children must be over 110 cms in height to use the water park. Although there is a small water play area especially for toddlers who come along with their older siblings. Parents or caregivers with a ticket are allowed in the pool play areas to supervise children but are not allowed on the kids' slides. So before you purchase your ticket, ensure your child will be okay on their own climbing to the top of the slides and sliding down by themselves. Remember they will be around children a lot older, so ensure they are feeling secure. All play zones are staffed and with lifeguards on duty.
Hurry only here in Adelaide for one week. Image from splashnbounce.com.au
It is best to pre-purchase your tickets here. Show your ticket on your phone for a wristband when you arrive. You can purchase tickets at the box office but the next time slot may have sold out. Management suggests families bring their own shade equipment such as a beach umbrella. Due to their size, the inflatables are set up in large open areas away from trees. So kids may appreciate a base where they can take a break and have a drink and snack in the shade. Remember to wear your bathers, slop on the sunscreen and bring old socks to slide in.
One of the large water play zones at splash 'n bounce. Image from splash'nbounce.com.au
School holiday activities are usually very limited during the Christmas to New Year week. Most activities and events do not start till later in January. So with the warm weather now here, this will be a popular activity for kids who are needing something active and new to try. Splash'N'Bounce Inflatable Waterpark is a fun activity your family will not want to miss these holidays.
For summer 2019 they will also be visiting Mt Gambier, Port Pirie, Whyalla in SA and Warrnambool, VIC. If you would like to know where Splash'N'Bounce is heading next, follow their Facebook page here for updates.