Is your backyard too small for your child’s dream jumping castle? Here’s a few solutions
At Bubbling with Energy Entertainment, we receive thousands of enquiries every year and one of the most common questions we get is “What can we do if we don’t have enough space for the jumping castle or inflatable our child wants”.
Well there are plenty of solutions and this blog aims to give you the ideas to make your next child’s birthday a huge success.
- Contact your local council as they oversee many community centres, halls, centre and parks. These options may charge a small rental fee but provide services and space to fit large inflatables. It is always important to remember quiet often parks don’t have access to power and generators/petrol blowers are an extra $135. Contacting the facilities department of your local council is the best way to discuss your needs.
- Local Bowling clubs are growing in popularity for children’s birthdays. Food, drinks and plenty of space creates an excellent venue option. One of our customer’s favourite venues is Gladstone Park Bowling Club who host four children’s birthdays regularly over the weekend and even Friday afternoons.
- Websites such as Event Birdie provide an awesome directory for a range of venues. Whether you’re looking for a classy venue for your child’s birthday or an outdoor park with plenty of space for them to play.
- Gladstone Park Bowling Club, Balmain
- Cooper Park Community Hall
- Doltone House, Sylvania Waters (Castles under 2.5 high)
- Twin Shade Sails, Sydney Olympic Park
- Western Sydney Parklands, Abbotsbury
- North Sydney Community Centre, North Sydney
- Oran Park Community Hall, Oran Park
- Punch Park, Balmain
- Robson Park, Haberfield
- Glenmore Park Community Centre, Glenmore Park
- Seddon Park, Glenfield
- Blair Athol Community Centre, Blair Athol
- Campsey South Bowling Club, Clempton Park
- St Johns Park Bowling Club, St Johns Park