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Bounce in to fun at Westfield Miranda’s Sky Zone


Kids bouncing off the walls? Then take them to Westfield Miranda’s brand new Sky Zone to bounce off their walls… and just about any other surface you can imagine.

While they are at it, they can also strike killer mid-air poses, do somersaults, dodge balls, go into battle, slam dunk and climb high into the sky at the 3,800sqm indoor trampoline park, the largest in the southern hemisphere.

My kids were in bouncy heaven when we attended the opening of the innovative centre and spent hours bouncing on, up, down and around the 100 interconnected trampolines, squealing with laughter all the while. When they weren’t bouncing, they were refuelling on Slurpee’s from the upstairs café, ready for more trampoline-induced acrobatics.

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My eldest also attempted to walk the tight-rope, battled his dad with foam clubs at The Pit, took a flying leap on to The Big Bag – a giant inflatable bubble nestled in a sea of foam, and attempted a basketball slam-dunk, ably assisted in getting air by the trampolines underfoot at Sky Slam.

We stopped bouncing long enough to head to Sky Climb, Sky Zone’s unique sky high climbing circuit, where we climbed the walls and scaled the skies. Whether you’re just learning the ropes or an experienced climber, there are more than 10 high-altitude adventures to suit every level as well as an Enduro Ninja Warrior course, where they all come together to create the ultimate obstacle course.

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The Sky Drop, where you’re holding on to a handlebar and pulled up the face of a straight drop for free-falling “fun”, proved a little intimidating for our clan, but my brave little warrior was ready, willing and able to take on the Leap of Faith. For adrenalin junkies only, this sky-high pole climb takes climbers to a jumping platform from which they leap through the air in an attempt to catch a dangling punching bag several metres away before dropping to the floor. Which he did over and over again, while I stayed below and shuddered.

Parents who aren’t keen on getting involved can sit back and relax in a coffee shop that offers views over the action, but I dare anyone to resist joining in the bouncy fun!

When she’s not treading on Lego and being forced to watch Frozen on loop, Aleney de Winter is a travel, food and parenting writer. She shares tales of travelling and eating along with the hilarious antics of her globetrotting six-year old foodie son and daredevil three-year old daughter on her blog, Boy Eats World.

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