My daughter, who loves to jump, took one look at the massive range of trampolines at Sky Zone Miranda and set off like a rocket.
We’d been invited to check out the revamped Sky Zone at Westfield Miranda and she was prepared to give everything a serious workout.
I got a workout too, just following her as she whizzed around. She doesn’t miss a trick, especially when it’s a midair one.
So here follows all you need to know about Sky Zone Miranda.
Sky Zone Miranda – Top 5 Reasons To Visit
- It’s a massive space with many play zones
- The Enduro ninja warrior course is found only here
- Sky Climb zone is big and colourful, it was my daughter’s favourite zone, she says
- Suits children of all ages, from soft play to superfit teenagers
- The Sky Zone Cafe has been made over with kids and adult-friendly menus. The cafe has a nice ambience, it’s an easy place to relax and watch the kids if they are old enough to jump and clim without you right by their side
Sky Zone Miranda – The Info
G121 Westfield Miranda, 600 Kingsway, Miranda
Age groups: Walkers can jump, there’s a Little Leaper area of the trampolines kept free for children aged 2+. The soft play area is terrific for your toddlers.
Sky Climb is for children aged 5+ or over 110cm height.
Opening hours: Sunday – Thursday 10am – 8pm
Friday- Saturday 10am – 10pm
Sky Zone Pricing:
Jumping: One hour $18, two hours $25
Climbing: One hour $18, two hours $30
Specials: there are daily deals, check the website for current offers
Top tips: Book online to keep life simple. Go early to avoid the crowds. Climbing books out quickly so always book ahead.
How to find Sky Zone
Sky Zone is on the ground floor of Westfield Miranda, right beside JB Hifi and Lincraft. It is alongside the pedestrian entrance from Urunga Parade. Find a map of the shopping centre here. The parking accessed from Jackson Avenue is closest.
Sky Climb Miranda
My Ms Almost12 said that this was the best best best part of her visit.
Extras at Sky Zone Miranda
- You can do a couple of extra adrenalin-fuelled jumps and slides at the climbing zone.
- There are classes and holiday camps available
- School groups can be booked in too
- Parties, this is party central of course
- There’s a great dodgeball zone, and competitions are held
Sky Zone Cafe
The cafe has great views of the jumping and climbing areas so you can keep an eye on kids, if yours are old enough to be let loose alone.
The new menu features some healthier choices like berry and yoghurt, passionfruit yoghurt, pastrami baguette, quesadilla ham, tortilla chicken wrap.
Sky Zone – Any downsides?
I find a lot of noise hard to endure so always take the kids to indoor spaces first thing to avoid the crowds. Always have done.
If your kids are little, you do need to walk around with them, or even better pay up and jump with them. The staff are good and there are lots of them, but little kids do need you to be around.
If you have a few kids, then this can be a pricey day out, going for the two hours to make it worthwhile is a great idea. Then make a day of it with a picnic in the park or at the beach – that’s free!
So that’s the scoop on Sky Zone. My son is desperate to go and totally annoyed that he had soccer on and couldn’t make this visit with his sister.
Sky Zone makes a terrific school holiday special day out, don’t worry son, you will get there.
Love the image below, and the sentiment!
Is Sky Zone on your to-visit list?
This post is brought to you in partnership with Sky Zone. All opinions are our own and my daughter’s are loudly expressed.