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  • JUMPING CASTLES

    Let the kids burn off excess energy! Our jumping castles are sure to be a standout in any backyard, no matter the size. Our inflatatable jumping castles include multiple activities and obstacles to keep the kids entertained. Why hire a jumping castle when you can have one in the comfort of your home all year round.

  • WATER SLIDES

    Turn your backyard into an oasis with our inflatable water slides in various sizes to suit any backyard. Slip and slide on our water slides, which are more than just that. They include water cannons, or multiple slides to maximise the fun.

  • ACCESSORIES

    Find a compatible accessory suited to your inflatable water slide or jumping castle. 

  • COMBO DEALS

    Maximise the fun with our combo deals! Turn your backyard into an adventure park where the kids will be entertained all year round. The kids won't be bored with this set up.

  • CAMPING TENTS

    Our camping tents have been built to last. Simply inflate and within minutes your tent is ready to be in use. It's as simple as that!

  • REPAIR TIPS

    Little Kids Jumping Castles is an Australian family owned and operated business.

    With over 15 years experience within the Australian market we pride ourselves on being highly knowledgeable and informative with the biggest range of Happy Hop inflatables.

    Repairing a tear

    Repairing a tear on your jumping castle or water inflatable is simple, please ensure you follow all steps below.

    What you will need

    • - Needle (not in repair kit)
    • - Cotton thread
    • - Coloured patches (if required)
    Step 1: Repair Kit
    You should have received a repair kit in your original packaging. If you have lost it you can purchase on from here.
    Step 2: Prepare
    Find the tear and select the correct colour cotton to match. If the tear is large consider using one of the patches in the kit.
    Step 3: Stitch
    Carefully stitch over the tear or around the patch to seal the tear.
    Step 4: Inflate
    Now inflate the castle and check that there is no air leaking through the seal.