The first Sky Zone Trampoline Park in Canberra will open its doors on Friday, 12th of December allowing residents of the ACT to defy gravity. The $2.5 million trampoline park, which occupies 1800m2 of Westfield Belconnen, is taking trampoline parks to another level.
Sky Zone Belconnen will be the first trampoline park in Australia to be housed within a shopping centre, allowing patrons to blend their visit with general shopping, entertainment options and more.
Sky Zone is the founder of trampoline parks worldwide, first launching in 2004 in the United States. “Sky Zone Belconnen is going to be fun on another level. We want to bring exhilaration, freedom and flight to the people of Canberra. Sky Zone Westfield Belconnen will be the perfect destination for people of all ages in Canberra to have fun, test their limits and engage their inner child,” says Michael Schreiber, CEO of Sky Zone Australia.
Boasting 117 interconnected trampolines, the world’s premier trampoline park will incorporate different zones throughout the centre including the ‘Stratosphere’ where people can free jump, ‘Sky Slam’ for the Lebron James wannabe, ‘The Pit’ which will be the ideal flip and fall destination and ‘The Wall’, for the serious jumper and adrenaline seeker.
“From teenage skaters who like nothing more than to flip out on their skateboards, children and families celebrating birthdays, fitness enthusiasts who want to burn calories by trampolining, dodgeball fanatics up for the challenge and adults ready to unleash their inner child, Sky Zone is an amazing and fun experience that really engages people from all ages in healthy, awesome, fun,” commented Mr Schreiber.
Sky Zone Westfield Belconnen will also have 3 dedicated party rooms, the ‘Altitude Cafe’ serving health focused food and beverages fit for budding trampoline stars, as well as cool seating options for parents in search of a pleasant relaxation area.
While fun is important at Sky Zone, so is safety. Sky Zone Australia has followed in the footsteps of the U.S. parent company and is setting the benchmark high for Australian industry safety standards. “We have a strong stance when it comes to safety and we are working tirelessly to ensure Sky Zone is a safe place where people can have fun,” concluded Mr. Schreiber.
(Sky Zone Media Release)