Dragon’s Kingdom at Adventure World is an enchanted land full of fun and excitement for kids under the age of 6.
The area is themed with castles, oversized flowers, dragons and fairies – there is even a fairy garden is discover. There is lots of shade, you can set up a picnic rug or small pop up tent on the large grassed area. There are also cabanas available to hire.
Within Dragon’s Kingdom, there are 8 rides and attractions, including a couple that share similarities to some of the ‘big kid’ rides.
Kingdom Falls is like a little version of Kahuna Falls and includes a water playground with a slide, water spouts, climbing net and a tipping bucket.
On the other end of the pool is a tree slide, this was a big hit with my toddler! He loved sliding down the series of small slides all the way to the end which ends at another pool.
The second pool includes mushroom rain tree, small tipping bucket and water arches. The maximum water depth of both pools is 0.3m making it ideal for small toddlers to paddle around in. Toddlers and babies must wear aqua nappies at all times while they are in the water.
Little Leaper is a mini freefall ride, similar to The Inferno but in a much small kid-friendly way! The Little Leaper will take kids 6 meters up to the top of Rapunzel Dragon’s tower before dropping 2 metres per second. Children must be a minimum height of 90cm.
Yarli’s Barrel Spin is a fun little ride and suitable for kids of all ages, the best part is you can choose your own speed – as far or as slow as you feel comfortable. Children under 90cm must be accompanied by an adult.
Barnacle very similar to an old favourite of mine Bounty’s Revenge (no longer operating at Adventure World), the pirate ship will rock back and forth, around and around with a flick and a swirl through the magical oceans of Dragon’s Kingdom. Children under 105cm must be accompanied by an adult.
Dragon Express is perfect for young daredevils! hop into the belly of a purple dragon for the ultimate roller coaster ride! Children under 105cm must be accompanied by an adult.
Dragon Flyer can fly both adults and kids, you can control how high or low your dragon flies using a joystick. Children must be a minimum height of 90cm.
Yarli’s Safari is a ride for the whole family, each car can fit up to 4 people. On the safari there is so much to see, spiders, giant flowers and a dragon. Children under 90cm must be accompanied by an adult.
Aussie Wildlife Experience is a pretty amazing place to explore, there are kangaroos, dingoes, an Emu, a wombat and koalas to meet. Keeper Shows are available on weekends and school holidays.
The Dragon Bites Cafe is located near the large grass area where you can purchase hot chips, burgers, pizzas, wraps and salad, as well as a range of drinks. We opted to bring an esky with food and drinks.
There is also a toilet block located within Dragon’s Kingdom, these toilets are suitable for guests with mobility disabilities.
My toddler is under 90cm so he was unable to ride on all the rides but he still had an amazing time!!! My 7 year old also has a great time in Dragon’s Kingdom, she is able to confidently ride all the rides alone, and I feel at peace knowing she is safe and won’t get lost.
Children under the age of 4 are FREE.
Children 4 – 13, $53.00.
Adults 14+ $63.00.
Concession and senior discounts are avaliable.
Dragon’s Kingdom – Adventure World
351 Progress Dr, Bibra Lake
Open from September to April, visit the website for opening hours
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