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    Ask your local toy library...some hire them for around $80.

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    I recommend Castle capers because they give me excellent service. http://www.castlecapers.com.au You can contact them whenever you want

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    Default Jumping castle hire in Adelaide

    Hi I often hire jumping castles for my kids birthdays and find they are a great and relatively cheap way to entertain a lot of kids for a long period of time. I am in Adelaide and here they start at around $160 - about $300. My kids just jump and jump all day and are out of my hair. We normally use Castle Capers, their kids castles can be seen at https://www.castlecapers.com.au/category/castles-kids-under-12


 

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