Looking for a big, fun, family day out in Perth? Then head to Adventure World Perth just 20 kilometres from the city.
This amusement park is packed with all-age activities, rides and attractions.
Make sure you get here early – it opens 10am – as there is a lot to see, do and experience. Pack sunscreen, hats, cossies and rashies, towels, and dry clothes for the trip home.
Adventure World Perth is closed during the winter months. It reopens late September in time for the school holidays.
Things to do at Adventure World Perth
There are 35 rides, including a roller coaster, sky lift and 16 water rides. They’re grouped by ‘scare factor’ so you can pick and choose according to children’s ages or daredevil levels.
Extreme Rides at Adventure World Perth
Two of the most popular rides are the Tunnel of Terror – a fully enclosed water chute – and the Bounty’s Revenge – a swinging boat ride that works its way up to 75 degrees. Neither of these are recommended just after a big lunch.
The three other extreme rides are the Power Surge, the Rampage and the Freefall.
Thrilling and Fun Rides
The Grand Prix Race Track is a huge hit with adults and kids alike, with speeds of 25 km/h on the authentic replica race track. Speed Slides are also a must. Lots of fun! You can get up to 66 km/h before splashing into the pool at the bottom.
Other thrilling rides include the Rail Rider, Water Mountain Mat Slides, Rocky Mountain Rapids, and Aqua Super 6 Racer – the longest and fastest in Australia at 110 metres.
For all the Family
Adventure World Perth offers 16 rides and attractions you can enjoy together, including ever-popular bumper boats, paddle boats, and the Sky Lift. Don’t miss the Aussie Wildlife Experience where you’ll see koalas, a wombat, a dingo and alpacas. You can hand-feed kangaroos with special food from the Gift Shop.
Fun for Little Kids at Adventure World Perth
Young kids will love the Kingdom Falls interactive aqua playground – it’s a great spot to cool down.
There are a number of fun, safe rides especially for young adventurers. They include the Dragon Express Rollercoaster and a journey through Dragon’s Kingdom in their very own safari car.
Fuelling the fun
Bring a picnic, water bottles and a stack of snacks from home so you can eat on the go and won’t have to queue for food and drinks during busy periods. Alternatively, you can get takeaways from the various kiosks and mobile carts, or sit down for a meal in one of Adventure World Perth’s cafes.