A huge inflatable obstacle course is popping up in Sydney this summer.
Summer is all about balance. So if you're feeling a bit flat after your Christmas indulgences, equalise that with a few spins around a mammoth inflatable obstacle course.
Popping up at Nolan Reserve in Manly from January 4–6 and then Centennial Park from January 18–20, Tuff Nutterz takes the adventure bouncing castle concept to a whole new level, clocking in at 270 metres long and boasting over 30 different obstacles. Organisers are calling it the largest inflatable obstacle course in the world, although it seems pretty similar in size to this one that popped up in Melbourne in early 2018.
You'll get to bounce off walls, weave through cones and battle over giant wheels in a mad dash to the finish line. Each lap takes around 30 minutes to complete and you'll score two goes with your $45 ticket.
Sure, it's meant for kids — but the website says that anyone over eight years old can participate. So if you're not taking children along with you, just be mindful that there will be lots of little people on the course, so you'll have to look out for them.
There'll be plenty of food trucks on site, slinging a tasty lineup of burgers, hot dogs, ice cream and coffee to ensure you've got enough energy to tackle all those crazy obstacles.
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