Whether you’re hosting a children’s birthday party, a school fair, or a community fête, hiring a jumping castle in Sydney is an awesome way to dial up the fun to eleven! At Jumping Rascals, we are committed to providing our customers a wide range of these inflatable entertainment amenities, ensuring that you’re able to select a jumping castle that is perfectly suited to your event.
Over the years, we have built a solid reputation among customers in Sydney for being a reliable supplier of safe, durable, and high-quality jumping castles for hire. Our service areas include the City of Sydney as well as Parramatta, Castle Hill, Blacktown, Bankstown, Liverpool, Penrith, and other surrounding communities in the Sydney metropolitan area.
How Do Jumping Castles Work?
Jumping castles are equipped with a powerful motorised fan or blower, which inflates the structure and causes it to expand and retain its full shape for the duration of its use. As air is pumped in, the same amount of air is also consistently leaked out of the jumping castle’s outlet holes, ensuring that the device is never overinflated while it is being used.
When you rent a jumping castle from Jumping Rascals, you’ll never have to worry about its set-up and operation. Our friendly and experienced team will be more than happy to take care of everything to get your jumping castle into proper working order.
Contact Jumping Rascals Today to Hire a Jumping Castle in Sydney
Jumping Rascals is a name that you can trust when it comes to jumping castles in Sydney. If you are in need of an inflatable entertainment device for your party, festival, carnival, fund raiser, or corporate event, we can help you.
Call us today at (02) 9625 2207 or 0425 331 227 for inquiries. You may also reach our customer service team by leaving a message on our contact page.
What Is A Jumping Castle?
Otherwise known as bouncy castles, bouncy houses, or closed inflatable trampolines, jumping castles are large, inflatable structures made of soft and durable materials like PVC plastic, vinyl, and nylon. They get their name from the fact that they used to be built in the likeness of medieval European castles—complete with spires and turrets. However, today’s jumping castles come in many other designs and themes.
Invented in 1959 by an engineer in Louisiana, United States, jumping castles didn’t take very long to achieve global popularity, eventually reaching the shores of Australia, where they are now considered an essential entertainment amenity in events like parties and festivals. If you’re looking for a dependable jumping castle, look no further than Jumping Rascals.