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School Holiday JUMP Camp

We’ve got everything you need to get the kids off the couch and active in the holidays!

Non-stop fun – Great Exercise – Awesome new friends!

Spaces are limited so be ready when October holiday bookings open here!!

JUMP runs a fun-packed and fully supervised 3-day JUMP Camp each week of the school holidays. Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to be active, JUMP with friends and give your mind a workout. JUMP is exercise in disguise.

Our holiday programme is designed for kids aged 5-13 years of age. They will enjoy a mixture of 4 to 6 hours of supervised trampoline park activities and JUMP time every day – burning energy whilst having the most fun you can imagine. When their bodies take a rest we’ll keep their minds working with engaging team activities.

Dates – to be confirmed:

JUMP runs 3-day JUMP.Camps each week of the school holidays. Book in for one to get an activity boost, or book in for both for the maximum fun:

Mon 2 Oct – Wed 4 Oct (JUMP Camp one) TBC
Mon 9 Oct –  Wed 11 Oct (JUMP Camp two) TBC

Times – to be confirmed:

Half day: 8.30am – 4pm (3 days)
Full day: 8.30am – 6pm (3 days)


JUMP Camp runs is expected to run at all JUMP parks – to be confirmed for October 2017.



Holiday Programme Conditions


Programme Content

Our programme content allows for choice. JUMP will plan a varied, child-focused and stimulating program that meets your child’s developmental, emotional, intellectual, cultural and physical needs. If you have any concerns regarding the programme content, please do not hesitate to contact the Holiday Programme Director.

How to enrol?

Click here to book. Bookings will be based on “first in, first served”. Registration will be confirmed on receipt of payment.

Ways to Pay

All payments must be made in full at the time of booking via credit card through our online booking system.

Signing In/Out

All programmes start at 8.30am – half day finishes at 4.00pm and full day finishes at 6.00pm. Children are not to be dropped off before 8.30am, the park will not be open. Drop off and pick up is the caregivers responsibility and signing the child in and out of the programme is required. Caregivers will need to indicate if someone other than those registered on this enrolment will be collecting the child.

Refund Policy

No refunds. However, if your child is unwell, on submission of a medical certificate your booking may be exchanged for JUMP credit to use at the park at your discretion. Absences must be advised as soon as possible and prior to 9am.

Accident & Injury

All care will be taken to provide a safe and well-supervised environment for children attending the programme, in accordance with national standards. JUMP will not be liable for accidents, injury or loss/damage to property. Duty of care is the responsibility of the individual.

JUMP Staff

All holiday programme staff are employed and vetted by JUMP and are experienced, qualified and trained to provide a safe and encouraging environment for your child.


Meals are not provided, at times the children may be treated with party food. Parents are required to notify JUMP upon registration of any food allergies or nutritional requirements their child has.

Health and safety

It is important all staff and children work and play in a safe manner. All hazards, accidents or incidents are dealt with according to the safety management policies and procedures. Each session will be overseen by a JUMP crew member with a current first aid certificate.


Our staff are trained in dealing with emergencies, such as fire and earthquake.

Illness and medication

Children who are unwell should stay home, especially if their illness is of an infectious nature. If a child becomes ill, JUMP will inform the Parent so they can be collected immediately. Medicine will not be administered unless a parent completes a medical consent form.


JUMP takes any complaints seriously. Parents are encouraged to bring complaints to the attention of either the Holiday Programme Director or the park manager.


Enrolment may be withdrawn if severe misbehaviour occurs regularly or if a child’s misbehaviour has created an untenable situation for others attending the program.

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