We pride ourselves on doing everything we can to minimise your risk, but of course despite everything we do, there is still a risk of injury.
The team at House of Bounce has taken every necessary precaution to ensure your safety. We pride ourselves on doing everything we can to minimise your risk, but of course despite everything we do, there is still a risk of injury.
Our House of Bounce staff complete daily inspections to ensure our equipment is secure and safe for use. The staff are always present to make sure you’re following the rules and not hurting yourselves or others. You must follow the instructions of House of Bounce staff closely. If you have any questions they’re very friendly and approachable. If you disregard any of our rules or disrespect our team members, other guests or equipment we will kindly ask that you exit the premises and you will need to comply.
In order for everyone to have a great time we ask you to follow our safety regulations which will keep everyone bouncing safely today and most importantly tomorrow!
You must be at least 3 years old to enjoy all the fun at House of Bounce.
Based on our trampoline manufacturer’s safety standards, the weight limit for an individual bouncer at House of Bounce is 110 kilograms.
House of Bounce Rules
- Wristband must be clearly visible at all times.
- No pushing, tackling, running, racing or messing around of any kind. You will be asked to leave if you are seen tackling, pushing or hurting anyone else.
- No wrestling or landing on your head.
- Bouncing off the walls is fine, but no climbing the walls or the netting, or no hanging from the top pads. Do not bounce, land, or climb on blue padding – it is there for your safety
- Do not touch any part of the basketball backboard or netting.
- Do not touch or hang on to any of the top pads on the court.
- Exit the trampoline areas cautiously and when it is reasonable for you to do so.
No waiver no bouncing
Before you bounce you must sign our waiver, simple, no waiver no bouncing.
Safety is our highest priority, which is why we have trained all our staff to ensure you stay safe. We have safety information all over the park to serve as reminders, in case you forget while you’re having too much fun.
House of Bounce grip socks must be worn at all times, they are specifically designed to provide grip and reduce slips giving you a safer bouncing experience.
Be alert & aware
People of all ages and sizes visit House of Bounce. We do our best to make sure House of Bounce guests are separated by size. But ask that you always avoid doing things that might harm anyone else and always keep an eye out for others.
Empty your pockets
Empty your pockets and make sure you remove your jewellery and watches – keys, belt buckles, phones, cameras key chains or any sharp objects of any kind are to be removed when bouncing as these objects pose a threat to other bouncers.
No double bouncing
Double bouncing is dangerous so no double bouncing.
No double flips
Single flips, yes. Double flips, no. Double flips are extremely dangerous and can be fatal. As a safety measure to all our guests we prohibit double flips.
Flips in a row
No more than two flips in a row.
Stay in the centre of the trampoline when bouncing, this maximizes your height potential and enjoyment. No landing on the safety padding, that’s what the tramps are for!
We only have the best quality foam in our pits to allow you the softest of landings. But, we don’t allow any head first diving into the pits.
If you are tired and need to rest, hang out at our cafe. If you sit or lie on the court, people might land on you and that’s probably going to hurt.
No alcohol or drugs
Bouncing while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs is prohibited. Consumption may impair a bouncer’s coordination and overall perception, thus increasing potential injury.
Skill level & control
Make sure you are always in control. Know your limits and don’t try bounce beyond your skill level.
House of Bounce staff have undergone First Aid training as well as our own emergency procedures to assist in minor incidents which may occur.
Lost or stolen
We are not responsible or accountable for any lost, stolen or damaged personal property brought into or stored on the premises.