75 questions from our users
Is this product sold at Kmart in Midland, Western Australia
No we import our own product and sell directly to customers and don't engage in big box stores to sell our trampolines. Oz Trampolines
Hi I’m thinking of buying your 8 foot trampoline for my 2 year old. I’m tempted to get the trampoline with net on the outside of the mats as provides a bigger space to bounce and play. But do note many trampolines have nets on the inside now. Which is better?
we think the net on the outside is better as the kids have more room the use their arms to gain good balance, especially on smaller trampolines.
Re 6ft trampoline -Have a 7 and 9 year old who are both around 130cm tall- how far above top of poles(215cm) do you think are they getting when they bounce high-peering straight into the Neighbours if too high.
frame is 50cm from ground, net goes another 165cm, total 215cm. Sorry, but difficult question to answer on how much height your children will get from the ground, possibly 225cm from the ground.Craig
Can I get this in Bendigo
Hi Janine, Yes, We ship to Bendigo. Our FREE AND INCREDIBLY FAST courier, Direct Freight Express, takes only 2-3 business days to send your order almost anywhere in Australia.
You will be emailed...a tracking number as soon as it leaves our warehouse. The couriers have been instructed that if no one is home and it is safe to leave, they will leave the order at your listed address.
Is an 8 foot model suitable for a couple of 10 year olds? Big enough? TIA!
I have a 6 foot l am assuming that it would but trampolines should be used individually for safety reasons as outlined in my instructions.
Ok thank you
it would be ok but if you can consider the 10ft it would be better as weight capacity increases to 200kg from 150kg and more room for them to grow.
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I am looking to buy a trampoline for my 8.5 year old, but have a limited sized backyard. Measuring the available spaces shows me I have 270 cm width from one edge to another. Length can be a bit more. The only option by leaving the 50cm gap that you suggest on either sides leaves me with only one option - the 6ft summit round. But from reviews above you have mentioned that it`s for young children. What options do you suggest I can look into given the limited backyard space? Please let me know. I would really love to have something where my kid could play with a friend.
Also, if you think a 8ft can fit in this space, is it good for 2 kids?
answered via direct email, 30cm on each side would be enough room
I have exactly the same dilemma. backyard measuring 270cm but would really like the 8ft as my daughter is 8 years old. I think she will grow out of the 6ft pretty quickly. Is it safe for me to get the 8ft?
if the front of your 8ft is open and there is a fence on the back side, you really only need 30cm between the frame and some sort of obstruction. 8ft converts to 244cm so it sounds ok, The 50cm sugges...tion is safety advice but this can be shaved down to a 30cm gap between the frame and anything on the outside.The 6ft is really small. The mat size on the 8ft is 215cm in diameter. Oz Trampolines 1300 393004
Hi, Ive just put up the summit round 10ft trampoline and the edges of the mat do not flatten down properly which means the padding isnt laying completely flat in some parts. How do I rectify this?
Is it made to Australian standards
It is and I believe it may even exceed them
Yes its made to Australian standard. The springs are well covered by thick mat and net frames padded nicely. They are attached to legs so sturdy and strong but also well away from jumping area.
The Australian Standards is a voluntary code and something that we consider carefully when we design our trampolines.
As our range of Summit Trampolines are our own branded and designed trampolines ...we have control over every aspect of the trampoline and can then ensure they meet the current Australian Standard AS 4989:2015.
This might be a silly question.
We have the 8 ft round and I'm not sure how I'm meant to tie off the entrance so that my 3yo can't slip out when she bounces against that edge.
Hi thank you for your question. For instruction on how to complete tunnel entrance to make secure please look at the video part four safety net assembly https://www.oztrampolines.com.au/videos.asp
When we say 6ft or 8ft or 10ft, is it the height or the diameter?
It is the diameter. I would suggest going for a 12 ft as big kids or adults can use as well.
the measurement given is the diameter across the frame not the height, please call if you would like all height measurements as it does differ slightly as the trampoline sizes get larger
Bought a 6ft trampoline and finding almost impossible to get the last piece of the frame in place. Suggestions? Thanks
the entire frame should stay very loose until it is complete. If you have tighten each stage up you need to loosen them all off a lot so their is more flexibility. Go towards a fence or second person ...and get them to hold the frame firm on the other side from you and push to get it to join. If that doesn't work, undo one other frame piece, connect the opposite one first then go back to the other to join the last one that was already previuosly joined. The positive thing is that when it's together it is very firm. craig oz trampolines, 1300 393004
Can be difficult. Tried standing frame up its edge and then leaning on it. (I think the instructions mention to do this)
Hi, we purchased an 8ft round Oz Trampoline in January 2016. Over the last year the zip has slowly deteriorated to the point now that all the teeth have fallen off, and the material holding the clips has also given way. I assumed we were out of warranty and ordered a new safety net last week, but now reading the comments above think perhaps not? so my two questions are:
1. Is there warranty still applied to our safety net - especially now that we've gone and purchased another one
2. I'm unsure if we have set the 'tunnel entrance' up correctly on the new net - I've searched your site and cant find specific directions/pictures regarding this. Can you point me in the right direction?
We do love our trampoline and apart from the closure issue its been fantastic!
Hi thanks for the questions, we have a 2 year warranty on our products and to claim you need to email us photos so we can view the issue. As I am unsure of your purchase details if you can email us a...t email@example.com we can send you out the instructions for the net. Thanks
Hey I’ve just managed to get a 12ft trampoline however the springs need replacing. What size springs would I be able to fit for 12ft. I’m looking to get a lot of bounce.
to ensure they fit your trampoline measure the spring from tip to tip when the spring isn't under tension. tHis will give you a measurement in mm's ...Then to get the best bounce upgrade to our European made springs Thanks Oz Trampolines
Hi, I have a 16 year old son, weighs around 90kgs. He is a very strong boys, and loves all the flips and tricks. What would you recommend, and what is the delivery time to Brisbane Western suburbs? Thanks
Hi Delivery time is 2-3 days as all trampolines are in stock.
I would recommend either a 12ft, 14ft or 10a15ft depending on your yard size and also upgrade to the European springs for an even better bounce
Hi please quote for size and upgrade to European springs. Many tjanks
Hi Mumzilla, Did you go ahead with the upgraded European Springs if so how did you find it, ease of bounce ect........ love to know, thanks so much.
Hi, I have plenty of room but need to move unit when mowing back yard. Can you please recommend something?
I have 2 boys 7 & 5. But will need room for 4 kids
Hi Madeline, thanks for the question. I would look at either a 12ft, 14ft or a 10x15ft if you are after something with size. All trampolines need to be lifted when moved and can't be dragged. We al...so sell wheels that can help you with this. Hope this helps with your decision
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