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The ‘Review Crew’ visit Gravity Tramp Park

We are excited to be sharing our views on cool activities for kids with the ‘review crew’.  Yep… these are thoughts & commentary straight from the kids (as well as some tips & insights from the parents).  This is the ‘real deal’ on what kids love!

So we’re kicking things off with one of the places my kids are constantly asking to go… Gravity.  It’s an indoor trampoline park in east Auckland.  In this ‘review’ we take you inside, get tips, flips and footage from the kids and interview the owner Kirk Bayvel.

What is Gravity?

Gravity is an indoor tramp park for all ages filled with fun and awesome activities including tramps, dodge ball and a ninja course.  It is independently owned by dad of two Kirk Bavel and his fiancee.  It’s a great place for people to have fun, get fit with friends or as a group.  They also have a lot of birthday parties as well as Christmas and church events. Gravity is based in St Johns on 77b Morrin Red (behind swim tastic). If you want to check a bit more about it go check out their page: http://www.gravitynz.co.nz/

What ‘events’ can people have at Gravity?

  • Birthday parties
  • Church groups
  • BMX clubs
  • Tennis clubs
  • etc

What we love about Gravity as kids  (Ruby’s words)

  • It has a lot of space and there is food and it is entertaining for everybody.
  • The staff members are really kind and help you with your tricks and are very supportive
  • The party space is really nice

 

“My favourite thing is the Ninja Course” – Jonah age 8

“I like jumping over stuff and doing tricks” – Xavier age 5

All in all the kids decided that they ‘Loved’ Gravity and gave it a 4.5 out of 5 Star Rating.

What parents love about gravity (Nat’s words)

Here’s my Facebook live from our Review-visit to Gravity.

-It’s a light and spacious building.

-It feels clean (and not scungy like some other indoor play/activity places).

-It’s a great balance of free-play and structured/safety for the kids.

-‘big kids’ aka parents can jump too – if they’re so inclined or sit at the table & chair area, drink coffee and read magazines


We’ve visited Gravity 3-4 times in the past 6 months so looking back I feel like the ‘concession card’ would have been the way to go!

Prices-

How do you book?   *Mention this blog and get 20% off your Gravity entry before Christmas 2016

You can book online or just walk in.  *Definitely book if you’re doing a group booking.

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All in all we loved Gravity and gave it a 4.5 out of 5 star rating.  If you want to book a party or just go along to have a jump, you can visit the Gravity Website for more info.

 

*This is a sponsored post. We only approach & endorse companies & products that we genuinely love and believe in. x the Review Crew

 

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Raised in Toronto Canada, Nat received the 'enthusiasm award' in Grade 7 and not much has changed. She has always loved bringing people together and challenging them to be more than they thought possible. Her background includes Personal Development, Corporate Team Building and Environmental Education. She now lives in Auckland New Zealand with her husband Matt (Nat & Matt) and their 3 children Ruby, Jonah and Xavier. Nat's excited to be blogging again (previously blogged for 'Eco Centric') and sharing parenting and relationship stories with others around the world.