A Guide to Sydney's Best Waterparks for Kids This Summer 2016-17

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When the summer heat is on, the best way to keep cool is to hit the waterparks. Besides the permanent thrilling waterslides and Water Play Parks in Sydney, there are some awesome pop-up water playgrounds this summer. Here is our guide to the best waterparks for kids and families.

Waterworld Central: Entertainment Quarter


When: 3rd January 2017-29th January 2017, daily from 10am-4pm
Cost: $25 for a 3 hours unlimited rider wristband. $10 for adult entry to Dino Slide & pool
Where: Entertainment Quarter, Lang Rd, Moore Park NSW 2021
More Info about Waterworld Central.

A mobile water park is coming to Moore Park, where children aged 2-16 will enjoy Shark World, Dragon Pool, Dolphin Slide, a wading pool, a Hippo Slide and running on water inside Water Zorb balls! Epic inflatable fun! Parents are invited to Dino Slide for some water fun too.

waterworld dino slide

Waterworld Central: Bateau Bay


When: 27 December 2016 -29 January 2017; 10am-4pm daily
Where: Bateau Bay Hotel, Central Coast Hwy & Lumby Dr, Bateau Bay
Cost: $25 for a 3 hours unlimited rider wristband. $10 for adult entry to Dino Slide & pool

A mobile water park is coming to Bateau Bay, where children aged 2-16 will enjoy Shark World, Dragon Pool, Dolphin Slide, a wading pool, a Hippo Slide and running on water inside Water Zorb balls! Epic inflatable fun! Parents are invited to Dino Slide for some water fun too.

waterworld bay

Slideapalooza, Hunter Valley


When: Friday 27 January- Sunday 29 January 2017; session times available here
Cost: Child from $24.95 to $34.95, Adult from $59.95 to $79.95 & Family from $134.95 to $174.95
Where: Calais Estate, Hunter Valley 151 Palmers Ln, Rothbury
More Info, visit their website.

On the Friday & Sunday that Slideapalooza is operating, there will be family days where children are welcome to non-stop slide for a super fun 3 hour session! There will be family-friendly live music as you slide, food stalls, and slides ranging from 50m to 400m! Note: Saturday is strictly 18yrs+

slideapalooza

Wet’n’Wild Sydney


When: 10am – 8pm (times and dates vary.)
Where: 427 Reservoir Road, Prospect, NSW
More Info about Wet’n’Wild.

Visit Sydney’s best water park with its impressive collection of massive slides, 10 kid-friendly water slides including miniature versions of the larger slides like T5 and the H2GO Racers and Nickelodeon Beach, a wonderful play area for under 5s, with water slides perfect for mini-adventurers. There is also a splash play area, a huge beach and a massive wave pool. New to summer 2016-17 is the Dinosaur Lagoon where you will come face to face with fierce and interactive creatures from the prehistoric past, more umbrellas throughout the park, Tap’n’Play so you can wait less and play more, and more cafe and dining options. We are particularly excited for Cinema in the Sand, the FMX Showtime Summer Slam and the Live Summer Music Series.

Wet'n'Wild Sydney

Aquatopia, Prairiewood Leisure Centre


When: Open 7 days, times change daily and are available here
Where: Prairie Vale Rd, Prairiewood
More Info

A brand new water park has opened, a $7.5 million investment from Fairfield Council. There are grassed areas with complementary inflatable rides, cabanas available for hire, 10m high giant slides, an interactive baby pool and a Stingray Surfing and skim boarding half pipe ride coming in 2017. It’s super cheap too- local residents can get in for just $14 each or get a family pass for only $45- cheaper than a day at the movies! Watch out for selected twilight evenings where you can enjoy the park in the evenings.

aquatopia new

Water Slides


Moany of these waterparks are leaving the city by the end of January, but there’s still a great selection of water slides for kids in Sydney all year round. Find out where they are here.

 

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