Water Parks in Sydney

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From the Sydney Opera house to the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Bondi beach to the famous Seafood Centre, Sydney offers an extensive list of tourist attractions that propose the Outer City Wonders. But (Read More) on hot days, the water parks of Sydney can provide an escape from the scorching heat of the summers. From splashing through the curvy waterslides to leaping around in inflatables, the water parks in Sydney pose as the perfect getaway adventure with family and friends.

Here is the list of 6 Water Parks in Sydney

1. Raging Waters

Raging Waters

Formerly known as the Wet ‘n’ Wild, the Raging Waters of Sydney enclose an expansive area of 62 acres, housing 42 slides, a giant wave pool known as The Beach, and a Surf Life Saving Club. It is also famous for its Tornado Wave Slide, known as the Bombora, and the ProSlide Tornado 60. The Rattler - Typhoon, Constrictor - Tropical Cyclone, and the set of Master Blaster slides - The Breakers, stand magnificently durable inside this AUD 80 million water park. Food, beverage, and retail outlets are available within the premises, with a children’s area for amusement.

Opening hours:
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM | Saturday, Sunday & school holidays
Open until 7:00 PM on weekends in February
Open 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM in January
Open 12;00 PM - 8:00 Pm on 1st January
Open 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM weekends in March & April
Closed on Christmas Day

Cost: Day ticket (ages 3+) AUD 59.99 | under 110 cm AUD 54.99 | Kids under 3 free

2. Manly Waterworks

Manly Waterworks

Featuring three slides, an onsite coffee shop, and heated water, the Manly Surf n Slide is a go-to hub for kids. It is located on the harbour at Manly in New South Wales, Australia. It is appropriate for birthday gatherings, parties, and picnics where the adults can supervise from the spectator decks.  

Opening hours: Saturdays 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM | Sundays 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM | School Holidays 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
                                     (Closed on Christmas and Boxing Day)
Cost: Individual AUD 20 (1 hour) or AUD 30 (2 hours) | Family (4 people)  AUD 70 (1 hour) or AUD 100 (2 hours)

3. Cables Wake Park & Aqua Park

Cables Wake Park & Aqua Park

The waters of western Sydney present a wide range of activities to indulge in, including kneeboarding and water-skiing, taught by the professional team of the Cables Wake Park & Aqua Park. Training for beginners is offered in obstacles and wakeboarding, along with world-class facilities for the pro players. Structures like the massive inflatable slides, runways, and jumping pillows, form the interiors of the Aqua Park. Free entry and access to the cafe, basketball court, and sheltered BBQ areas are available for every family member.

Opening Hours:
Cables Wake Park - 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM | 7 days
Cables Aqua Park -
(November, February & March)
Thursdays & Fridays | 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Saturdays & Sundays | 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
(December & January)
7 days | 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday to Sunday | 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Entry Fee: Combo Passes
Super Pass - One day access to both the Aqua Park & Wake Park for AUD 110/pp
H20 Pass - 1 hour Cable pass & 1 x 50-minute Aqua Park session for AUD 65/pp
Jungle Float

4. Jungle Float

Jungle Float

The Jungle Float is the only floating water park in all of Australia to station 3 multi-level jumping platforms, a rope swing, a high and low trampoline, a waterslide, and a diving board. Each boat can take up to 38 jumpers for a single session of an hour. Two lifeguards are available on board, along with jackets which are available free of charge. There are two locations for on-site jumping - Balmoral and Clontarf.

Opening Hours: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Balmoral/Clontarf Beach
General Entry tickets - AUD 30
Exclusive - AUD 800

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5. Aquatopia Water Park

Aquatopia Water Park

The 10 m and 20 m high giant slides are the primary hotspots of the Aquatopia water park located in Prairiewood Leisure Centre on Prairie Vale Road. The adventures tower part of the park infrastructure has about 79 awesome elements ready for discovery. The toddler pool and the Wave rider are the other attractions of this water park.

Opening hours: Sessions from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Price: Single ticket (5+ years) AUD 20, a family of four AUD 67. Kids under 5 are free.

6. Steel Park Water Play Park

Steel Park Water Play Park

Fountains and sprinklers adorn the interiors of the Steel Water PlayPark. It is open during the warmer months and includes a ‘source’, ‘rill’, and ‘estuary’ representing the water flowing from mountains, water flowing in a river across plains, and a collection of jets and sprays, respectively. It was designed to encapsulate the water cycle through these depictions. A salt marsh on the banks of the Cooks River is a man-made feature that helps in enhancing water quality in the Cooks river, filtering nutrients and run-off. Undercover picnic tables and onsite car parking is available for visitors.

Opening Hours: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM | October to April

This post was published by Shivanshi Tyagi

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