Rebound obstacle course bounces into Tamworth | Photos

TIME OF HIS LIFE: This local was one of many testing out the slide, standing 15m high and 85m long, during the obstacle course. Photo: Peter Hardin 170916PHE067

TIME OF HIS LIFE: This local was one of many testing out the slide, standing 15m high and 85m long, during the obstacle course. Photo: Peter Hardin 170916PHE067

HAVE you even been told you’re too old for a jumping castle? 

Well locals proved them all wrong over the weekend when the world’s largest inflatable obstacle course bounced into Tamworth.

The five-kilometre race saw residents put to the test on various obstacles that included foam, suds, balls, slides and plenty of laughs.

Bicentennial Park was transformed by giant inflatable obstacles – from a ‘Stairway to Heaven’ slide to a Swing It maze and Foam Me Up hurdle.

The course saw many take advantage of the warmer weather as family, friends and work mates battled it our during the course on Saturday.

The action was cut short on Sunday afternoon with heavy rains and possible flooding forecast.

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