Why Jump

"Exercise in Disguise"

This fun and exciting entertainment activity has gripped the world and New Zealand is part of this!

When the founders of JUMP opened the very first trampoline park in New Zealand they knew the idea was a good one but were over whelmed by the support they had with getting kids active again. The idea around JUMP was to re-educate our community to stay active. With the growing interest and obsession with technology and rising rates of obesity they wanted to be part of the solution and not the problem. Nasa put out a study that 10 minutes on a trampoline is equivalent to 33 minutes of running! So, an hour (or two) at JUMP is so beneficial to all of our fitness and wellbeing needs.

Trampolines have been a part of Kiwi culture for many years with most of us having one in our backyard.

JUMP is very excited to turn this old ‘Kiwi favourite’ into an opportunity for everyone to experience and take it to a whole new level. It is no longer one trampoline anymore, it is an extreme version with thousands of square meters of interlocking trampolines covering the floor space and going up the walls and surrounded in safety certified padding. In addition we also have a 20ft foam pit area to JUMP into from a set of ‘runway’ trampolines, a trampoline dodge ball court, performance trampolines for the experienced to perfect their tricks and master ‘The Wall’ as well as other fun activities like a trampoline basketball hoop lane for extreme dunking, Battle beam and a Ninja Warrior course just like the TV series American Ninja Warrior and Australian Ninja Warrior where you can come and test your strength or fitness levels to see if you have what it takes to complete the course and make it to the top of the warped wall.