Trampoline park has Ipswich bouncing off the walls
It's the new high-adrenaline attraction that has Ipswich trampoline lovers jumping for joy...literally.
Redbank Indoor Sports Centre is now home to Queensland's first trampoline park.
The playing area, which opened recently, consists of numerous trampolines, all joined together with soft padding to form one massive trampoline surface.
To add to the experience, the space is enclosed with angled trampolines which allow users to literally bounce off the walls.
Youngster Jayden Lippi visited the park with friends on Monday afternoon to celebrate his 11th birthday.
In between a series of acrobatic jumps, the birthday boy said the park was a lot of fun and recommended others try it out.
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Redbank Indoor Sports Centre manager Rachel Campbell said she had been surprised at how popular the new attraction had become in such short time.
"I had prepared myself for a slow start, but already we're seeing the park get booked out, particularly on weekends," she said.
"There's been a lot of positive word of mouth as it was getting built; people were driving from as far as Brisbane's north side just to get a sneak peek."
Ms Campbell said the park could be enjoyed by adults as well as children and that trampoline exercise programs were being created.
"Research has apparently shown 10 minutes worth of jumping is the same cardio workout as 30 minutes of running," she said.
The park costs $12 per hour and is supervised by staff. For information or to make a booking, phone 3437 8588 or visit justjumpqld.com.au.