Safety Rules & Guidelines

Safety is our #1!

Safety is our number 1 priority

Please understand the risks & take care. BOUNCE is an action sports facility where injuries can happen. Like all sports, participants need to decide if the benefits of involvement are worth the risk of injury. Jumping, rebounding using trampolines, creates the risk for potential injury even when being safe.
The potential for injury is greatly reduced when you:

Jump Safely
Jump within your skill level
Follow the rules
Watch out for other jumpers

The whole point of BOUNCE is to have as much fun as possible jumping around. A critical part of this is a safe and soft landing and a safe environment to enjoy a real sense of freedom in. Our rules and guidelines are designed to keep everyone safe and minimise the chance of injury. Rules are shown below in two main categories: General Safety Rules (applies to the whole venue) as well as Rules for Big Bag, “The Wall”, Performance, Slam Dunk & Dodgeball.
You will also find these rules displayed around the BOUNCE venue. Please read them carefully and follow them.

Photo of staff member helping kids

General Safety Rules

One person per trampoline
Jump within your skill level

Don’t jump or land on the padding
  • BOUNCE approved socks must be worn to ensure good grip on trampolines.
  • Don’t attempt any activity beyond your skill level.
  • Don’t jump or land on the padding.
  • Watch out for other jumpers & always allow smaller jumpers right of way.
  • Only one person on each trampoline at a time.
  • Safely land on two feet or your bum when bouncing.
  • No double bouncing, wrestling or rough play.
  • No food or drinks on or near the trampolines.
  • No jumping when under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  • No food or drink from outside of BOUNCE, except bottled water
  • Shopping carts is not allowed anywhere in BOUNCE
  • Strollers and alike is allowed in reception by designated area
  • Lockers in changing rooms are free to use with own padlock. Or buy your BOUNCE padlock in our reception.

Area Specific Rules


  • Take extra care – trampolines in this area provide superior height & a greater degree of difficulty & risk.
  • Jumpers must be over 110 cm in height.
  • Don’t jump or land on the padding – it is there as a safety precaution.
  • Don’t attempt any activity beyond your skill level.
  • Only one person on each trampoline at a time.
  • Never land on your head.
  • BOUNCE crew members monitor safety strictly & their direction must be followed.


  • Never dive head first into the pit.
  • Don’t enter if others are in the way.
  • Safely land on your bum or back.
  • Spread your legs & bend your knees when landing in the pit.
  • Don’t hide yourself in the pit as others may jump on you without knowing.
  • Remove all items from pockets.
  • Exit as quickly as you can.


  • Minimum 125 cm height required for all participants.
  • One participant per obstacle at a time.
  • Only attempt obstacles within your skill level.
  • Lace-up sports/skate shoes must be worn in the area.
  • Watch out for other participants at all times to ensure adequate spacing.
  • Give way to faster ninjaes.


  • The Wall is for advanced jumpers only.
  • Jumpers must be over 110 cm in height.
  • Only one jumper permitted on each wall trampoline at any time.
  • Ensure no one is on the trampoline bed before jumping off The Wall.
  • Only stand on top of the wall when you are actively using one of The Wall trampolines.
  • No climbing or scrambling up The Wall – if you can’t ‘run up’ develop your skills in other areas first.


  • No hanging off the hoop, backboard or support bars.
  • Stay on your track – don’t jump across padding.
  • No jumping or dunking from behind the backboard.
  • Only one person on each trampoline at a time.
  • Only attempt dunks within your skill level.


  • Max of 8 players per team.
  • You may deflect a ball being thrown at you by using a ball in your hands.
  • The court referee’s call is final.
  • Once out, exit and wait for the next game.
    “You’re out” if:
  • You’re hit by a ‘live ball’
  • You throw a ‘live ball’ that’s caught before it touches the ground or wall. (A ball is ‘live’ when it has been thrown and not touched anything.)
  • You hit someone in the head.
  • You cross or enter the neutral zone.
  • You hold a ball for longer than 10 seconds.


For jumpers 2 years and above but under 110cm in height (usually under 6 years old). Junior Jumpers can access most areas and have a dedicated section in the free jumping arena. For their safety, this area is restricted to jumpers under 110 cm only.