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Monster Jump: an action packed school holidays in Newcastle

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Slide, climb, run, jump and race your way around one of the region’s largest inflatable courses when Monster Jump reaches Newcastle for the first time these school holidays. 

With more than 30 different obstacle adventures to choose from, the impressive structure that stretches more than your average skate park is sure to bring spills and thrills to suit every age group. 

The inflatable course will be set up at Stockton’s Griffith Park from April 17th to 28th. 

For less than the price of a coffee each day of the holidays, parents can tire out kids aged four to 14, with a two-hour, or all-day pass between 9:30am and 3:30pm. 

Monster Jump is suitable for everyone from children to adults. 

For the competitive types, the course offers the chance to race mates in a battle against the clock for the fastest time. 

The slow and steady types can stroll their way through, stopping to enjoy their favourite sections. 

With obstacles that include sliding, climbing, and bouncing, Monster Jump offers something the whole family can enjoy. 

Tickets are available online, with pre-booking encouraged to avoid disappointment. 

Tickets are available at the gate on the day pending availability. 

Spectators are free to enter. 

A two-hour pass for ages five and over offers access to the Monster Jump Course during the designated session time for $35pp. 

A two-hour Toddler Ticket for youngsters aged five and under and one parent/caregiver is $35. 

An All-Day Upgrade Ticket costs $10 and upgrades a two-hour pass into an All-Day Pass. 

Passes are based on set session times: 9:30am – 11:30am, 10:30am -12:30pm, 11:30am -1:30pm, 12:30pm – 2:30pm, and 1:30pm – 3:30pm. 

For more information visit the Monster Jump website. 

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