Biggest Slides in Perth south

10 Biggest Slides in Perth – South of the River

The centrepiece of any big Perth playground is a HUGE slide! Whether it’s a destination mega playground or a neighbourhood park, there are loads of playgrounds in Perth with enormous slides.

If a long slide is the first thing your kids run to at a playground, they’ll love checking out these slippery dips. From themed parks to nature play areas and more – Buggybuddys has the ultimate guide to the best and biggest slide in Perth. If you want to head to a few slides, we suggest a trip to the many big slides in Baldivs! Check out our south of the river list here…

 

Explorer Park, Haynes

Sienna Wood’s Explorer Park beautiful ‘Tree of Life’, is an 8m high climbing structure with very fast tunnel slides which have to be amongst the very biggest slides in Perth. Reaching the bigger slide involves climbing ropes, making it trickier for younger children. The slides are super fun… definitely not for the faith hearted! Read more in the Buggybuddys review.

Find Explorer Park at the corner of Silverthrone Road & Duarte Way, Haynes

Explorer Park, Sienna Wood

 

The Nest, Port Kenedy

Found at The Links golf course in Port Kennedy, “The Nest” is found opposite Birdie café and restaurant, making it a great spot for lunch with the family. The huge slide is a load of fun – Little Chef tells me it’s pretty fast too. It could be tricky for little ones, as there’s netting and ladders to climb to the top. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.

 Find The Nest at The Links, Port Kennedy Drive, Port Kennedy.

 

Koolaanga Waabiny, Mandurah

Mandurah’s Koolaanga Waabiny, is nothing short of EPIC! Be sure to head here when you visit Mandurah. Found on the Western Foreshore, you can’t miss the Swamp Sheoak tree-inspired 12m high climbing tower and a fun spiral slide. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.

Find Koolaanga Waabiny at Leighton Pl, Halls Head

Koolaanga Waabiny, Mandurah

 

Mokare Reserve Adventure Playground, Mandogalup

The Mokare Reserve Adventure Playground has something for all ages! Kids will enjoy climbing the 12m treehouse tower to reach the slide.  The climb is made up of a mix of steps and rope ladders.  Smaller children may need a hand getting up the steps. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.

Find Mokare Reserve at Mokare Entrance (Rowley Rd roundabout), Mandogalup

Mokare Reserve Adventure Playground

 

Faulkner Park, Belmont

Fully fenced Faulkner Park aka “the Volcano Park” enjoyed an addition of climbing forts and huge blue slides to its rumbling volcano. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.

Find Faulkner Park at Progress Way, Cloverdale. 

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Bibra Lake Regional Playground, Bibra Lake

The Bibra Lake Regional Playground is loaded with unique features designed to keep kids entertained for four hours. The tree-top aerial rope walk leads to the dark the slide, which adds to the excitement! The huge playground has a  picnic area, BBQs and public toiletsRead more in the Buggybuddys review.

Find Bibra Lake Regional Playground at Progress Drive, Bibra Lake.

Bibra Lake Regional Playground

 

Brightwood Adventure Park, Baldivis

Brightwood’s Adventure Park is an EPIC $3 million playground that certainly lives up to its name with vibrant yellow and orange play equipment. Kids will love to scale the adventurous climbing structure. The 13-metre-high tower has two huge slides, including a 7.8m straight slide and a 13.4m twisting slide. Read more in the Buggybuddys review. 

Find Brightwood Adventure Park at Solis Boulevard, Baldivis.

Brightwood Adventure Park, Baldivis

 

Steam Train Adventure Playground, Baldivis

The Steam Train Adventure Playground at Millars Landing Estate in Baldivis celebrates the area’s train and timber milling heritage. The huge “water stop” tower, with 12m slide, has climbing nets and ladders, as well as an impressive view. Read more in the Buggybuddys review. 

Find Steam Train Adventure Playground at Kulija Rd, Baldivis.

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Rivergums Adventure Park, Baldivis

The monster-inspired Rivergums Adventure Park is a great place to let your child’s imagination run wild! Follow the huge monster feet to the “monsters nest” climbing tower with a 6-metre high slide and rope bridge. Read more in the Buggybuddys review. 

Find Rivergums Adventure Park at the corner of Avoca Chase and Crinia Drive, Baldivis.

 

Adventurescape, South Yunderup

Farmyard fun is what you can expect at Adventurescape! Kids will run toward the huge 9-metre-tall climbing windmill tower and slippery tunnel slide. There’s plenty to do, so pack a picnic lunch and spend the day. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.

Find Adventurescape at Inlet Boulevard, South Yunderup.

Adventurescape, South Yunderup  

 

Have we missed the biggest slide in Perth, south of the river? Let us know in the comments below!

Find more playgrounds in Perth here.

 

About Amanda Carlin

Amanda Carlin has her own food and travel blog. Established in 2013, "The Chef, His Wife and Their Perth-fect Life" has enjoyed an exciting name change in 2021, as "The Chef's Ex-wife" embarks on new adventures with Simply PERTHfect. Amanda loves getting out and about in Perth and WA, as well as brunching, tapas or something a little fancy in equal measures. With her son "Little Chef" in tow, Amanda always has plenty of family friendly eating options to recommend too! Be sure to check out Simply PERTHfect.

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