Bounce Melbourne – Trampoline Park & More
If you are looking for an all in one playcentre in Melbourne, Bounce is the place to go. There are various different locations around Melbourne so you are sure to find one near you. This review is of Bounce Heidelburg, formally known as Latitude Melbourne.
Bounce – Melbourne’s Playcentre that has it all
Bounce is a fun and exciting playcentre and trampoline park in Melbourne which has something for all ages.
You can bounce on the various types of trampolines and clip n climb the climbing walls. Older kids (and parents) can challenge yourselves through The X Park, and for the little ones, there is also fun indoor playground. Let’s forget to mention the café and restaurant, looking over the whole playcentre from above.
With a range of different activities on offer the kids could spend hours upon hours here without getting bored. And with an onsite café and restaurant serving up all your favs, it is easy to do so.
The photos below are from Bounce Heidelburg (Formally Latitude) however the layout for most locations is similar.
Jump on over 100 Trampolines
Bounce has over 100 interconnected trampolines, so the kids will be spoiled for choice. The trampoline area is the largest zone at Latitude.
With a giant airbag, basketball hoops, dodgeball courts, you could spend hours here. And it’s not just for kids either, parents can have just as much fun!
For those more experienced you can take it to the next level in the performance zone to practice backflips and other tricks. This area is restricted for those over 125cm for safety reasons, but the rest is open to all.
Climb 12 unique rock climbing walls
For little monkeys who love to climb, there are 12 diverse climbing walls try out. Just clip on and climb! For those looking for a challenge, try the speed climbing walls. Grab a friend and race to the top!
The climbing zone at Bounce is a little smaller than that at other places such as Go Climb, and Funtopia, however neither of those have the trampoline aspect, so we don’t mind as there is plenty of variety.
Brave the Sky High Obstacle Course
Kids will love this obstacle course that runs 8mtrs above the trampoline area. There are a number of obstacles to get through including a tight rope, swings, and more. At the end there is a large slide will have them falling into the foam pit.
Challenge yourselves at The X Park
For those looking for a challenge, there is The X Park. Just like a Ninja Warrior, put yourself to the test and see if you can conquer The Grid.
There is a spider wall, a tight rope, a wall climb, a zip line, and more.
Warning: This is not easy! And only for those over 125cm. My 7yo gave it a go and while he could smash through a couple of the challenges, he couldn’t run up that wall!
A special play zone dedicated to kids from 18mths to 5yrs and under 110cm, children will love this supervised area. With lots of soft play, kids can run, climb and jump with confidence while challenging themselves and learning new skills.
There is a large area for parents to sit, with room for prams too so easy to watch the kiddies close by.
Café / Restaurant
The large seating area upstairs is perfect to have a coffee and watch the kids if you have older ones. The area has a view of most of the trampoline area although is a little far from the climbing zone.
The restaurant has a variety of food and beverages. You can order hot food or there are also cold options such as sandwiches, rolls, and other snacks on offer.
590 Waterdale Road, Heidelberg 3081 AUSTRALIA
Monday – Thurs: 10am – 6pm
Friday – Saturday : 9am – 9pm
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