The Biggest Bounce
The world's most over-the-top jumping castle – all 1500 square metres of it – is inflating in Australia this summer. The Guinness World Record-certified "bounce house" will be joined by a 300-metre-long obstacle course called The Giant, and a three-part space-themed wonderland with a giant five-lane slide, three ball pits and an 18-metre-tall maze.
The world's biggest bounce house is more than 10 metres tall in some parts and has a range of themed zones. There'll be giant slides, obstacle runs, ball pits, climbing towers and basketball hoops, as well as giant inflatable characters. At the centre of the "house" will be a DJ playing music tailored to each age group. Look out for the accompanying confetti cannons, beach balls and giveaways.
Over at The Giant you'll find 50 inflatable obstacles, including a series of red balls to scramble over, rainbow spirals to crawl through and a monster slide. And at the Airspace zone there'll be a huge five-lane inflatable slide, three ball pits, an eight-metre-tall alien and a maze that stretches for 18 metres.
Jump into one of four sessions: toddlers, juniors (four to seven), bigger kids (eight to 15) and adults only (16+). Each session runs for three hours.