At Boing Central we strive to ensure safety
To reduce the risk of injury to yourself or other at Boing Central, Please;
- Jump only within your comfort zone and skill level
- Be aware of the other “Jumpers” around you
- Following ALL Boing Central’s rules
- Reading Boing Central’s terms and conditions and understanding your responsibilities onsite>
- Be aware of other jumpers and smaller people
Things you MUST have
- Read the Terms and Conditions and Waiver
- Wristband must be clearly visible at all times
- Jump socks must be worn
- Follow the instructions of Boing staff closely
- Valid waiver form
Things you CAN’T have
- NO food, drinks, gum, belt buckles, studs, keys, key chains, or sharp objects of any kind
- NO phones, cameras while jumping
- NO balls of any kind
Things you MUST do
- Empty your pockets before jumping
- Follow instructions and rules at all times
Things you CAN’T do
- Touch, climb, lean or hang on nets
- NO rough Housing
- NO double bouncing
- NO wrestling, racing, tackling, shoving or landing on your head
- No sitting on arena, please do this in our café or gaming areas
- No Jumping when under the influence of drugs or alcohol
- No double bouncing, wrestling or rough play
- Don’t Jump, land, or climb on blue padding – it is there as a safety precaution
- No sitting on trampolines
Australian Trampoline Parks Association
Boing Central are a member of the ATPA (Australian Trampoline Parks Association).
The ATPA is subgroup of AALARA (Australian Amusement Leisure And Recreation Association), the Australian body representing the amusement, leisure and recreation industries. The ATPA was established in October 2013 to ensure there are sufficient safety measures in place to protect all guests. As an industry organisation, the ATPA sets standards for safe operating practices and procedures within trampoline parks nationally. ATPA membership is subject to annual compliance with the industry standard, as independently audited by AM-SAFE. Audits are currently underway for our Trampoline parks, with accreditation and formal membership to be finalised by early December 2014
Terms and Conditions / Waiver
Jumping on trampolines can result in injury. Using the BOING CENTRAL facilities is undertaken in accordance with the rules and conditions displayed throughout BOING CENTRAL. When buying a ticket to jump at BOING CENTRAL you are deemed to have understood and accepted the terms and conditions outlined in the below Waiver which is also displayed throughout BOING CENTRAL.
BOING CENTRAL WAIVER
Exclusion of liability – waiver of right to sue – your assumption of risk – these conditions affect your legal rights! Steinbrenner Pty Ltd, trading as Boing Central as the supplier of Recreational Services, sells all tickets and supplies all recreational services and facilities to you (the Customer) including, but not limited to trampolining, trampolining lessons, rental and all associated activities (Recreational Activities) in the Boing Central Premises located at Units 3/5/6 4-8 Inglewood Place, Norwest subject to the following conditions:
- By using any of the facilities at the Boing Central Premises the Customer is deemed to agree to these conditions.
- These conditions affect your rights under The Australian Consumer Law (Victoria) in Schedule 2 of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) (the Act) to the extent set out in conditions 3 and 4 below;
- Boing Central, its employees, directors and agents (the Supplier) are not liable to the Customer, his/her dependants or legal representatives in negligence, breach of contract or statute or statutory duty (including for breach of consumer guarantees implied by the Act) for personal injury or death suffered by the Customer from its supply of Recreational Activities including the condition, layout, construction, design, maintenance and use of trampolines and surrounds or the presence of people or objects thereon or nearby or any associated sporting activities, or any similar leisure time pursuits associated in any way with being in the Boing Central Premises;
- The Customer acknowledges that the Recreational Activities are dangerous with many inherent risks, dangers and hazards and personal injury (and sometimes death) can occur and the Customer assumes and accepts all risk of personal injury or death from Recreational Activities, and hereby waives the right to sue the Supplier for any personal injury or death in any way whatsoever arising from such activities;
- WARNING: If you participate in the Recreational Activities detailed above your rights to sue the Supplier under the Fair Trading Act 1999, if you are killed or injured because the activities were not supplied with due care and skill or were not reasonably fit for their purpose, are excluded, restricted or modified in the way set out in or on this notice. NOTE: The change to your rights, as set out in or on this notice, does not apply if your death or injury is due to gross negligence on the Supplier’s part. “Gross negligence” is defined in the Fair Trading (Recreational Services) Regulations 2004.
- The Customer agrees to pay the cost of and authorises the Supplier to take all steps it considers reasonably necessary to protect his/her welfare in the event of personal injury, including the administration of any emergency medical treatment and ambulance transportation.
- Children must be at least 12 years of age to use the facilities at Boing central, unless supervised by a responsible adult. Where you are responsible for such children you agree to be bound by these conditions on their behalf and you will directly supervise them at all times.
- All tickets remain the property of the Supplier and cannot be transferred or resold. They are valid only for the date shown and are void if tampered with.
- The Customer must comply with all signs or other directions of the Supplier and the Supplier may suspend or cancel the Customer’s access to Recreational Activities at the Boing Central premises in its absolute discretion for non-compliance with these conditions, or for reckless or careless conduct.
- This agreement: a. is governed by the laws of the State of NSW, the Courts of which shall have exclusive jurisdiction, and b. if any part or provision is determined by a Court to be invalid or unenforceable all other parts and provisions shall still be given full legal force and effect.