Leap Safety Rules

General Policies & Reminders

Are you wearing the appropriate coloured wristband? If not, please stay off all equipment or head down to reception to purchase a Leap session.
Parents are responsible for their children at all times while at Leap Dunedin.
If you are pregnant, have a pre-existing heart condition, a pre-existing back problem or any other medical condition we advise you not to participate in this activity.
The weight limit for the trampolines is set at 120kg per person for the safety of the participants.
Children, 14 years and younger, MUST have a parent/guardian present at Leap Dunedin.
All pre-school aged children MUST be actively supervised and accompanied by an adult caregiver (16 yrs or older) on the trampolines. We strongly recommend our little leaper sessions for pre-schoolers for great fun and value.
Trampolining is an extreme sport – flips and other tricks can be dangerous. If you decide to attempt these, you do so AT YOUR OWN RISK.

General Rules

Every customer MUST attend our safety briefing each time prior to the start of their session.
Listen to the Leap Dunedin Staff at all times.
Bare feet or Leap trampoline socks only.
Tie long hair back to ensure good vision.
No jewellery, mobile phones, handbags, belts, cameras or other personal items are allowed on Leap Dunedin equipment. Items lost may not be retrievable. Leap holds no responsibility for any damage to your personal belongings.
Wear comfortable, flexible and breathable clothing for your activities.
Do not enter the park while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Absolutely NO food or drink to be consumed on our equipment.

Leaping Rules

ABSOLUTELY NO DOUBLE BOUNCING, wrestling or playing rough on our equipment.
Consider all other Leapers around you – especially those smaller than you.
Only attempt flips and tricks if you have sufficient skills to avoid injuring yourself and others.
Leap within your own ability.
Always land on both your feet, bottom or back when Leaping and remember to look where you are landing.
Avoid landing on the red, yellow and green pads – the solid trampoline framework and springs are under these. Try to stay in the center of the trampolines.
We allow a maximum of 20 Leaper in the main Leap area at any one time – we will run rotations to enforce this.
The black wall, boxes and platforms are solid and NOT bouncy – keep this in mind when Leaping onto them.
When Leaping down from the black wall – you MUST land on the trampoline directly under the wall.
Do not climb on top of our equipment, netting or railings.
Do not swing from the basketball hoop(s).
Only one Leaper per trampoline at any one time.
Exit the equipment if you need rest – do not lie or sit down on our equipment.
Be careful when leaving any equipment – you are moving onto a solid surface.

Stunt Bag Rules

When Leaping onto the stunt bag, leap over the yellow line and land on your bottom or back or feet.
Avoid landing in the stunt bag head first or on your tummy.
When leaping onto the stunt bag – wait your turn- do not leap onto other leapers.
Exit the stunt bag swiftly to avoid holding up the next leaper.
Only 2 leapers on the stunt bags at the same time.
Enter the stunt bag from the trampolines ONLY – do not leap onto stunt bag from the coloured pads.
When leaving the stunt bag, ensure you are not in the way of other leapers about to land.

Inflatable Rules

Wait your turn – the green light means go!
Do not climb over other leapers.
Slide down the slide on your bottom.
Do not climb over the sides of the inflatable.

Dodgeball Rules

All standard leaping rules apply plus:
Aim below the shoulders.
Be careful of head or face shots.
Watch where you are leaping, do not land on the dodgeballs.
Be considerate of others – no pushing, shoving or aggressive behavior will be tolerated.
Trampolining is an EXTREME SPORT, ensure you look after yourself and others while having heaps of fun at Leap Dunedin!