Perth loves a “pop up”! During summer months there are many pop up inflatable water playgrounds and water slides in and around the city for lots of wet and wild fun. Here’s the Buggybuddys guide to inflatable water parks in Perth:
Inflatable Water Parks – South of Perth
Perth Aqua Park, Baldivis
Perth Aqua Park is found at Perth Wake Park. Kids will love clambering over the massive inflatable, floating island that features over 100 inter-connecting obstacles. Suitable for ages 6yrs+ (6-9yr olds must be accompanied by a paying adult, with a max of 4 kids per adult.). As the water is very deep, park users must be comfortable in water and can swim confidently. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Perth Aqua Park at 482 Saint Albans Road, Baldivis.
The Big Wedgie, South Perth
Do you dare to ride the Big Wedgie?! This pop up Water Park at Sir James Mitchell Park is home to four fun waterslides that cater for big and little daredevils of all ages. The Big Wedgie is the world’s tallest and most extreme freestanding inflatable waterslide! Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find The Big Wedgie at Sir James Mitchell Park, Mill Point Road, South Perth.
Just4Fun Aqua Park, Mandurah
If your family loves thrilling outdoor water fun, then head to Just 4 Fun Aqua Park! This water park floats on the sheltered waters of the Mandurah estuary, and offers a range of family activities and inflatable equipment suitable for kids, teens and adults. A “Knee Deep Zone” is especially for little kids and toddlers. Open every day until the 31st of January 2020. Get more information on the website.
Find Just4Fun Aqua Park at the Western Foreshore, Mandurah. (next to King Carnival)
Inflatable Water Parks – North of Perth
Island Aqua Park, Hillarys
Island Aqua Park is back at Hillarys Boat Harbour this summer! The fun floating obstacle course has both kids and adults having a blast – slipping, sliding, jumping, bouncing, and swimming in the calm and protected harbour waters. All equipment is supervised by trained lifeguards. Open every day until the 31st of January 2020. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Island Aqua Park at Hillarys Boat Harbour, 86 Southside Drive, Hillarys.
Outback Splash, Bullsbrook
While Outback Splash at the Maze is home to many permanent waterslides (including four brand new slides), there is lots of wet and wild fun to be had on the inflatable “Plummet” too. The 10 meter high slide is open during peak periods only. Read the Buggybuddys review on Outback Splash here.
Find Outback Splash at 1635 Neaves Rd, Bullsbrook.
City Splash, Elizabeth Quay
Held every weekend on the 4th to 19th of January, Elizabeth Quay will be abuzz with squeals of delight as kids ride inflatable waterslides. There will be workshops to create and decorate sea creatures, as well as fun activities like motorised surfboarding and water pistol fights! Get more info on the website.
Find City Splash at Elizabeth Quay, The Esplanade, Perth.
Inflatable Fun at Perth Leisure Centres – North
Craigie Leisure Centre
Head to Craigie Leisure Centre and play on the super fun giant pool inflatable obstacle course, which is available every day during the summer school holidays (12noon to 3pm) in the outdoor 50m pool. Users must be able to swim in deep water and aged between 6 and 16 years. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Craigie Leisure Centre at 751 Whitfords Ave, Craigie.
Bold Park Aquatic, City Beach
Bold Park Aquatic has not one but TWO giant pool inflatable obstacle courses, which is available during the summer school holidays in the outdoor pool. The smaller “Croc” inflatable will be available from January and is exclusively for younger children aged 5 to 8 years. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Bold Park Aquatic at 215 The Boulevard, City Beach.
Inflatable Fun at Perth Leisure Centres – South
Fremantle Leisure Centre
The big pool inflatable will be floating in the outdoor pool during the school holidays (Monday to Friday, excludes public holidays). A session costs $2 in addition to the entry fee. Session times run 1pm – 2pm and 2pm – 3pm. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Fremantle Leisure Centre at 10 Shuffrey Street, Fremantle.
Rockingham Aquatic Centre
In summer, Rockingham Aquatic Centre holds “Fun Day Sundays”, where families can come along between 1pm-5pm and join in a range of fun activities, including playing on the fantastic monster-sized pool inflatable (for an additional $4pp fee). Dates the inflatable will be in action are 5 & 19 January, 2 February and 1 March 2020. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Rockingham Aquatic Centre at Council Avenue, Rockingham.
At Cockburn ARC, as well as the existing waterslides, either an indoor or outdoor inflatable will be available for kids aged 8 years and up to play on (use included in pool admission). Available in the summer school holidays on Saturdays and Sundays, 12.30pm to 3.30pm. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Find Cockburn ARC at Cockburn Aquatic & Recreation Centre, 31 Veterans Parade, Cockburn.
Found in the calm Geographe Bay waters, next to the iconic Busselton Jetty is the South West’s biggest pop up water park! Here for the school holidays, and selected weekends in February, there’s plenty of wet and wild action to be had for kids aged 5 years and up, on the various inflatables. Get more information on the website.
Find Aquatastic at Busselton Jetty, Geographe Bay Rd, Busselton.
Have we missed your favourite inflatable water park in Perth? Let us know in the comments below!
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