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A 300-Metre-Long Inflatable Obstacle Course for Adults Is Coming to Australia

The Beast is set to take over Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth in summer 2020.
By Libby Curran and Samantha Teague
May 27, 2019
By Libby Curran and Samantha Teague
May 27, 2019

Whoever said bouncy castles were just for kids clearly never encountered The Beast. Clocking in at over 300 metres and boasting 40 different obstacles, this thing is calling itself the world's largest inflatable theme park. Oh, and it's casually touring Australia next summer, hitting up Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.

Setting up in yet-to-be-announced locations in the hot months of 2020, The Beast is the bouncy castle experience of your wildest kidult dreams. Punters are invited to run, jump, dance and scramble their way through the course, which is opening predominantly for adults (with a limited number of sessions for littluns in each city).

The obstacles you'll conquer in the bouncy theme park include a 20-metre Mega Slide and the ominously named Bouncy Cage of Doom. There's also something called the House of Hell, which, while suitably vague, we think may make you fear bouncy castles for life. Attempting to run from clowns, ghosts and ghouls in an unpredictably bouncy corridor is what nightmares are made of.

Dates are not yet announced and details are slim, but we do know that the pop-up will be heading to each of the above cities for at least a few days. You can sign up for pre-release tickets here, which you best do because space will surely be limited.

Published on May 27, 2019 by Libby Curran
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