Yes! All rides at Adventure Park are included in the cost of entry. For more information on Adventure Park rides including height restrictions please click here.
Adventure Park does not offer spectator passes.
Adventure Park does not have heated water. For more information on the dry rides available please click here.
Yes! Over half of the rides at Adventure Park require no contact with water and are a perfect way to spend the day when the weather is a bit colder. You are also more than welcome to use wetsuits on the water rides in order to stay warm.
Holders of a valid Australian Government issued Disability Pension Card (DSP) or Seniors Card (AGE) are eligible for a concession rate. Carers must be in possession of an Australian Government Carer (CAR) card, We Care Card or Companion Card and be caring for someone also entering the park with them. These cards will need to be presented at entry. Please note Adventure Park does not accept Australian Health Care Cards.
Groups of 20 or more are eligible for a great group discount or alternatively you can buy bulk tickets for 30 or more guests at a discounted rate. Group bookings need to be booked and paid in full no later than 14 days before the booking date. For more information on Group Bookings please click here
All children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 16 to gain entry to Adventure Park.
Due to capacity limitations and contact tracing requirements, all tickets must be pre-booked in advance for a specific date, subject to availability. The sale of tickets is limited to the patron capacity applicable to Adventure Park at that time and may sell out. Sold out days will be indicated within the online checkout.
Lockers are available for hire at a cost of $12.00 per day from several locations around Adventure Park. Locker hire machines accept coins, notes and cards.
Yes, we have a number of food outlets within the park serving a great range of meals, snacks and drinks. For more information on what food outlets will be open during your visit please ask a member of the ticket gate staff on arrival.
You are more than welcome to bring your own food and drinks into Adventure Park, picnic-style food items are recommended, keeping in mind all Adventure Park terms and conditions of entry. Commercial food is not permitted (McDonald's, Pizza, Fish & Chips etc) and BYO alcohol, glass and knives are not permitted in the park.
Due to COVID restrictions BBQs are not available in 2020-21.
Due to current COVID hygiene procedures, our communal BBQ stations are not in operation. Please keep this in mind when planning your trip to the park. No personal BBQs or stoves are permitted within Adventure Park grounds due to OH&S policies.
Yes, we have a comprehensive registry of lost and found items. If you have lost an item at Adventure Park please complete our Lost & Found report, providing as much detail as possible. We will contact you if we believe we have found your item or need any further details.
As per our COVID safe plan, we cannot or retain lost property items for health and safety reasons. Valuable Items such as jewellery or car keys only will be retained for a period of 7 days.
We will re-instate our lost property procedures as soon as COVID restrictions are lifted.
Pavilions and picnic tables can only be reserved as part of a Group Booking or some Birthday Party packages. Cabanas and Sun Beds are available for hire from $59.00
All other seating within Adventure Park is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
You are permitted to bring your own tent/marquee into Adventure Park. It cannot exceed dimensions 3m x 3m and it cannot have any pegs that go into the ground or ropes that could cause other guests to trip.