Bounce Australia is set to open a giant new trampoline and “adrenaline playground” in Morayfield – creating up to 100 jobs.
Plans were lodged with Moreton Bay Regional Council last month for a Bounce centre at 168-172 Morayfield Rd, opposite Morayfield Shopping Centre.
Bounce co-founder Ant Morrell said, if all goes to plan, work could start towards the end of next month and Bounce Morayfield open in June.
It would have a mini bounce court, dodge ball trampoline courts, free jump area, basketball jumping court and high-performance trampoline areas.
The development application also included an X-Park with parkour, rock-climbing walls, and ninja warrior warped walls.
Adding a mezzanine level with a café and commercial kitchen would take Bounce Morayfield from 1500sqm to 1800sqm.
Mr Morrell said the new centre would likely employ around 80-100 young people with a “layer of leadership”.
“After 10 years we’ve (Bounce) got a good handle on the population needed to support a venue,” he said.
“Morayfield came up as a high-scoring location for the right age group, families and young people for these activities.
“Our postcode data from Tingalpa also showed a lot of people from Morayfield were making a 40-minute journey down to that centre.”
Bounce Morayfield would likely open seven days a week, 9am-9pm. The site has 112 parking spaces.
Bounce Australia started in 2012 and now has 33 trampoline centres in 16 countries in four continents.
The centres cater for all ages from pre-school children to school groups, families and athletes.
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