10 Biggest Slides in Perth’s North
Now it’s your turn northies! Want to know where to find the best and biggest Slides in Perth, north of the river? You’ll find a super slippery dip right here. Whether it’s found at a huge mega playground or a neighbourhood gem, there are loads of playgrounds north of the river with tall slides, and many of them are found in the Swan Valley.
If a long slide is your child’s favourite playground feature, they’ll love checking out these big slides in Perth. From themed playgrounds to slides found in nature play areas – we have the ultimate guide to the best and biggest slides in Perth. Check out our north of the river list here…
Sandy Beach Reserve, Bassendean
Sandy Beach Reserve, a natural open space, is now home to the impressive Sandy Beach Playspace. The centrepiece of the playground are two large towers with bridges and slides. One of the slides caters well for little thrill seekers! Read more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Sandy Beach Reserve at 203 West Rd, Bassendean
Weeip Park, Midland
Weeip Park has got everything from a nature playground to climbing equipment and a huge slide tower! The park was named after Weeip, the traditional leader of the Boora clan (Boya Ngura people) at the time of European settlement. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Weeip Park at 35 The Crescent, Midland
Luminous Park, Bennett Spring
You can’t miss the huge blue climbing tower at Luminous Park! The structure is easy for little climbers to navigate and features a giant tunnel slide. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Luminous Park on Luminous Boulevard, Bennett Springs
Honeycomb Park, Brabham
Have you heard the buzz?? The 1.4 hectare Honeycomb park features a bee themed 6-metre ‘honeycomb’ play structure. This includes a big, fast yellow slide. Kids with no fear of heights and fast speeds will love to play here! Read more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Honeycomb Park at Sideslip St, Brabham
Rickman Delawney Reserve, Balcatta
The playground at Rickman Delawney Reserve has a climbing structure with a huge slide! The newly refreshed playground features a tall tube slide. To access this, children must climb a web of ropes up to a covered platform and cross a rope bridge. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Rickman Delawney Reserve on Rickman Street, Balcatta,
Jungle Park, Brabham
The epic jungle-themed playground offers up a tall tunnel slide as a highlight kids will want to ride again and again! This Swaan Valley playground is always a winner. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Jungle Park at Whiteman Edge Estate, Everglades Avenue, Brabham
Treasure Island Adventure Playground, Alkimos
Dare to walk the plank at the terrific Treasure Island Adventure Playground! This playground, complete with ship, parrots, palm trees and big slide, encourages kids to climb, swing, slide, and seek treasure. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Treasure Island Adventure Playground at 27 Portside Prom, Alkimos.
Eden Beach Foreshore, Jindalee
The colourful Eden Beach playground features a quirky play structures and a huge slide. Being on the coast is perfect for a picnic/BBQ in one of the picnic shelters. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Eden Beach Foreshore playground at Reflection Boulevard, Jindalee.
Wellington Square Playground, East Perth
Perth’s biggest inner-city playground has to have some of the biggest slides in Perth! This playground has EVERYTHING – water play, a scooter track, flying foxes, a basketball court, lots of climbing and swings, as well as HUGE slides. It has to be one of the best parks in Perth. Read more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find the Wellington Square Playground on Wellington St, East Perth.
Pia’s Place, Whiteman Park
The immense Pia’s Place playground, complete with massive lighthouse slide, is fully fenced. It includes toilets, BBQs, picnic shelters and more, making it easy to spend the whole day there! Read more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Pia’s Place at Mussel Pool East, Whiteman Park.
Catalina Beach Park, Mindarie
Kids will love to climb to the top of Catalina Beach Park’s tower! The 8-metre tall tower, has one of the steepest slides we’ve seen. On the third level is the steepest slide, a tunnel slide with clear panels on the top. Both slides are extremely fast but “totally awesome”! Read more in the Buggybuddys review.
Find Catalina Beach Park at Aviator Boulevard, Mindarie
Aviary Creek Park, Aveley
At this playground, a giant water wheel with twisting tunnel slides takes centre stage. For the biggest thrill, head to the second level, which has a yellow tube slide and great views of the park. Read more in the Buggybuddys review
Find Aviary Creek Park at Hancock Avenue, Aveley.
Have we missed the biggest slide in Perth, north of the river? Let us know in the comments below!
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