BOUNCE Greenacres | Indoor Adventure Playground | Review

Latitude Greenacres has joined the BOUNCE tribe!

by Sharon Harrington

Latitude Greenacres is now a part of the BOUNCE Tribe! Never fear, it still has all the same great activities you’ve come to expect and they will add their Freestyle Academy skills training courses to the mix in term four.

For those that haven’t yet ventured to this amazing indoor adventure playground, BOUNCE Greenacres has a stack of high-energy activities for all ages.  There are around 50 interconnected trampolines, a rock climbing section, sky-walk, ninja warrior course and a dedicated little kid’s zone to name just some of the activities.

Activities for children 110cm+

As my daughters are now 5 & 7 years old, they were able to tackle some of the more challenging areas of BOUNCE and had a brilliant time!

Rock climbing wall

First on the list of activities to tackle was the epic rock-climbing wall. This area alone could occupy all your children’s time. This was Miss 5 year old’s first time in the rock climbing section and she was able to get about halfway up many of the walls. She was a little nervous at first but it didn’t take long for her to get into it.

Miss 7 year old has been a few times before and can climb to the top of most of the walls. Her favourite part was jumping off the 8-metre high bungee platform. Adults can join in too if they are game!

Sky Walk

This was Miss 7 year old’s pick for best activity in the center. The sky walk is an obstacle course set 8 metres above ground level and is not for the faint hearted! Participants walk the beam, balance on a tight rope and swing their way through the challenge. 


The free jump area is especially good for younger children aged 5+ years who are not ready for more difficult sections of the centre. Kids can run up vertical trampolines and bounce to their heart’s content. As well as younger kids having loads of fun bouncing and running, I saw some spectacular backflips from older skilled teenagers.

Dodge Ball

There is also a dedicated dodge ball area that is great for parties and groups. Two teams throw soft balls at each other as they jump around the court.

Foam Pit

This area was a total hit with primary school aged kids. Whether they are battling each other on the beam with foam logs, leaping into the foam pit or just lining up the cubes of foam, kids can spend ages in here.

X-Park (ninja warrior style obstacle course)

Those 125cm+ can enjoy this ninja warrior inspired obstacle course. Miss 7 year old was just tall enough to enter and enjoyed much of it, but it really is designed for older kids as in some parts being taller and stronger would be helpful. There are trampolines, vault boxes, monkey bars, warped walls and a flying fox to name some of the challenges.

Slam Dunk basketball area

This area looks fantastic for those into basketball. It features full-height basketball rings above runway trampolines surrounded by padded walls and floor mats.

Dedicated kid’s zone for children under 5 years

I have fond memories of the kid’s zone from when my daughters were little. The area is separated from the big kid’s area for peace of mind and contains trampolines, a foam pit and a play area. This is a great place to come for a mid-week play date and a coffee while the littlies play. This area is suitable for ages 18 months to 5 years.


BOUNCE is a popular choice for birthday parties, providing a dedicated host and party room to celebrate in after all the bouncing fun.

Freestyle Academy coming to BOUNCE Greenacres in Term 4

Extract from BOUNCE website:

The BOUNCE Freestyle Academy is a skill development coaching program. The Academy harnesses balance, coordination, strength and agility in a way that focuses on fun, creativity and self expression.”

“The Freestyle Academy is made up of 4 specialised programs that develop skills from walking age toddlers through to Freestyle athletes.

Café overlooking all the action

Parents can grab a coffee and something to eat and watch the action from up high.

BOUNCE is a great place to visit to get the kids active while having lots of fun. Whether you have little kids, big kids or teenagers, there is something for everyone to do!

Things to consider:

  • Grip socks to be worn on trampolines and play area
  • Closed shoes to be worn for rock climbing, X Park & Sky Walk
  • Kid’s zone is suitable for children aged 18 months to 5 years
  • Children outside of Kid’s Zone required to be 110cm+
  • X Park participants to be 125cm+
  • Online bookings recommended
  • It’s cheaper to book online and there are value options available for groups of 4, multi passes and Friday evenings.





things to do in Adelaide for families

For more information and all enquiries please visit the BOUNCE website here.

What:  BOUNCE Greenacres

When:  Mon to Thu: 10am – 6pm, Fri: 10am – 9pm, Sat to Sun: 10am – 6pm, public holidays 10am – 6pm (may vary), closed Christmas Day & New Years Day

Where: 13-15 Fosters Road, Greenacres 

Who:  18 months – adults

All photos by Sharon Harrington for Play & Go Adelaide 

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