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Big Bounce Australia world’s largest jumping castle is coming back to Australia

The world’s largest jumping castle is coming back to Australia for summer – here’s everything you need to know

  • The Biggest Bounce, the world’s biggest jumping castle – is returning to Australia
  • Big Bounce Australia is set to launch the event around the country over summer
  • The  1,500 square metre jumping castle has been certified as the world’s largest


The world’s largest jumping castle is returning to Australia – complete with a 300-metre long inflatable obstacle course, giant slides, a ball-pit and a DJ.

Adults are invited to embrace their inner child as The Big Bounce Australia is set to launch the action-packed event around the country over summer. 

Dates for Sydney, Wollongong, Newcastle, Melbourne, Adelaide, Canberra and Geelong are yet to be announced but the three-hour event will head to Perth from November 26 to 28 and between December 3 to 5 and 10 to 12.

The event is expected to head to Brisbane in January between 14 to 16 and 21 to 23.

Offering family passes and adults-only tickets, Aussies get all access to three attractions – The World’s Biggest Jumping Castle, ‘The Giant’ and ‘Air Space’.

The 1,500 square metre jumping castle has been certified as the world’s largest by Guinness World Records and includes climbing towers, a giant slide that lands riders in a ball-pit, over-sized couches and a 70m tall, multi-coloured rabbit to climb.

The world’s largest jumping castle is returning to Australia – complete with a 300-metre long inflatable obstacle course, giant slides, a ball-pit and a DJ 

Adults are invited to embrace their inner child as Big Bounce Australia is set to launch the action-packed event around the country over summer

 Adults are invited to embrace their inner child as Big Bounce Australia is set to launch the action-packed event around the country over summer

The Biggest Bounce insists there are just two rules for bouncers - wear socks at all times and 'behave like an overgrown child'

The Biggest Bounce insists there are just two rules for bouncers – wear socks at all times and ‘behave like an overgrown child’

The 1,500 square metre jumping castle has been certified as the world's largest by Guinness World Records

It includes climbing towers, a giant slide that lands riders in a ball-pit, over-sized couches and chairs and a 70m tall, multi-coloured rabbit to climb

The 1,500 square metre jumping castle has been certified as the world’s largest by Guinness World Records and includes climbing towers, a giant slide that lands riders in a ball-pit, over-sized couches and chairs and a 70m tall, multi-coloured rabbit to climb

The event first came to Australia in early 2020.

Guests can expect DJ blasting music tailored to each age group, party games, confetti blasts, snow machines and dodgeball competitions taking place. 

Aussies can also enjoy two other attractions: The Giant and the Air Space. 

The aptly named Giant is a 300 metre long inflatable obstacle course inspired by Ninja Warrior.  

The aptly named Giant is a 300 metre long inflatable obstacle course inspired by Ninja Warrior

The aptly named Giant is a 300 metre long inflatable obstacle course inspired by Ninja Warrior

There are 50 different obstacles for visitors to run, jump, crawl and flip through before they reach a giant slide at the end

There are 50 different obstacles for visitors to run, jump, crawl and flip through before they reach a giant slide at the end

Offering family passes and adults-only tickets, Aussies get all access to the world's biggest jumping castle, 'The Giant' and 'Air Space'

Offering family passes and adults-only tickets, Aussies get all access to the world's biggest jumping castle, 'The Giant' and 'Air Space'

 Offering family passes and adults-only tickets, Aussies get all access to the world’s biggest jumping castle, ‘The Giant’ and ‘Air Space’

There are 50 different obstacles for visitors to run, jump, crawl and flip through before they reach a giant slide at the end. 

Air Space is described as an ‘out of this world’ experience with ‘aliens’, space ships, moon craters and space-inspired inflatables. 



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