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Published on September 10th, 2016 | by skiandsnow

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PROGRESSIVE FREESTYLE TRAMPOLINE CENTRE

Queenstown is jam-packed with freestyle sport lovers, but there was no where for them to practice their tricks safely until SITE opened in 2012.

SITE quickly became Queenstown and Wanaka’s most popular training venue for freestyle athletes. After outgrowing its original location, SITE recently relocated to a bigger, better venue in Remarkables Park Town Centre.

With years of in-depth industry knowledge and experience, SITE is now a world-class venue.

No matter what your aerial or freestyle level, the new space has a trampoline and experience to suit you. Everybody can make the most out of what there is to offer! From athletes who are part of sports teams and camps, to kids who want to celebrate their birthdays and have some fun.

Supertramps

We are equipped with two super tramps, the largest most powerful trampolines in the world.

Olympic Tramps


With five olympic tramps, a double mini and a portable mini tramp, there are endless combinations into the foam pit and air bag.

To increase competitive edge and minimise the risk of injury, training on trampolines, with foam pits and air bags, has become a very successful way to achieve goals and nail new tricks. SITE has both.

“Top of the line facilities like this were previously only available to professional athletes, I am excited to bring SITE to Queenstown for everyone to enjoy. ”

-Jens Groot, Owner




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