15 Water Parks in Perth for Kids

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Consider this your one stop shop for water parks in Perth! We have compiled a list of the best water parks available for both free and paid experiences, with a variety of different water activities on offer to suit all ages and confidence levels. There are water park experiences all across Perth, with something sure to be in close vicinity to where you are.

Check out our amazing list below!

Free water parks open to the public in Perth

Below is a list of waterparks that are all free to access! Perfect for those on a budget. All that’s required is yourself and the willingness to get wet and have fun.

1. Whiteman Park Water Playground

If you are after a very simple area for the kids to splash, Whiteman Park is a fantastic spot to go to. It has a 30cm deep splash area, surrounded by shaded areas with sun loungers, benches and free space to throw your towel down. It is fully fenced and gated, and there is also a playground nearby.

Check out Whiteman Park here

2. The Lido, Mandurah

A calm and shallow area of water that is perfect for the kids to take a dip. The bigger kids who are stronger swimmers, can swim out to the pontoon that has 2 slides or have fun jumping off the floating pontoon. While not boasting with slide options, The Lido is simple but effective.

3. Kwinana Adventure Park, Calista

In Kwinana you will find play opportunities of all kinds – sand play, tree maze, a junior area, action play and a splash pad! The splash pad has interactive spouts, showers, sprays and jets for the kids to enjoy!

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4. Rainbow Waters Playground, Ellenbrook

Rainbow Waters is a fantastic free water park, with lots of spray guns, cannons and water tunnels. With no pools of water, parents can relax a little knowing that little ones can enjoy getting wet without the safety concern. There is limited shade, so remember to wear a hat and sunscreen!  

5. Cockburn Central Water Playground

If you are looking for a simple water play area, Cockburn Central is great place to take the kids for them to run around on the splash pad, where they can dart through the water jets. There is lots of shade and grassed areas which make it a lovely place to relax. Alongside the water park is Mooba café and an outdoor table tennis.

6. Maylands Waterland

For a free water park, this place is incredible. It has a beautiful nature playground, picnic shelters, free BBQ’s for public use, large grassed areas, changeroom facilities with both toilets and showers. It even has a dedicated party space that is available for hire! But best of all, is the water play here. There are waterfalls, water runs, splash pads, sprayers, a tipping bucket, bubblers and a pond of water. Just water play galore!

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7. Kingsway Regional Playground

Fully enclosed and shaded, aren’t we off to a good start! Kingsway is a wonderful free to access aquatic space for the kids to burn energy. It has three different playgrounds! With a splash pad, sprays, water jets and a tipping bucket, there is guaranteed smiles all round. There are multiple playgrounds and walks for those opting to stay dry as well.

8. BHP Billiton Water Park

This simple water feature provides lots of fun for kids! It has an island like design, where the water operates every 15 minutes and slowly builds, from a puddle of water, it then begins to mist before it eventually sprays like water jets out of the ground! The finale is lots of jets spraying from the middle of the water feature.

Check out BHP Water Park here

9. Hyde Park Water Playground

This water park is surrounded by large shady trees and lots of shade sails, making it great for those super sunny days. It is zero depth, making it perfect for lots of splashing, and features sprays, tipping buckets and cannons. With access to toilets and changing facilities, Hyde Park is a great spot to burn some energy and cool off.

Check it out here

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10. Perth’s Outback Splash

This is the ultimate location for a day at a water park, Perth’s Outback Splash has everything you need for a fantastic day out. Splash Island is a three storey water attraction, boasting water slides, sprays, cannons and instruments. You could get an adrenaline rush on The Plummet by going down the giant inflatable slide with a 7 metre drop!

There is plenty of other water fun rides, The Wall, Blackout, Gold Rush, and The Wedgie – what a choice! For the little ones (under 10 years), Octopus Bay is perfect, with a shaded splash pool, and plenty of age-appropriate water activities like a mini tipping bucket and mini water slides. They also have year round attractions like mini golf, mazes and playgrounds to name a few. Fun for everyone!

Book your fun day out here

11. Xcape at the Cape Fun Park

Xcape at the Cape is full of attractions! For the water park fun, they have a 60 metre megga slide, for the thrill seekers and a h20 water park with waterslides, a waterwheel, fountains, cannons and a 1000 litre tipping bucket! On top of all the water based play, they have climbing towers, trampolines, jumping castles, putt putt, a mini train and an adventure playground. Guranteed smiles all around for a super fun day out.

See all the attractions for yourself here

12. Beatty Park Leisure Centre

Check out Beatty Park Leisure centre for some indoor water park fun. This water playground has a tipping bucket, spray curtains, fountains and hoops. You can also check out the indoor slide pool for some water slide fun, choose one of the two slides to go down! Or you can choose to have some standard swimming fun in one of the many pool.

Check out Beatty Park facilities here

13. Mandurah Aquatic and Recreation Centre

The indoor leisure pool and kids water playground is the main attraction at Mandurah Aquatic and Recreation Centre. There is an interactive children’s play area with a beach entry, perfect to let the little ones play. The fun continues in the kids pirate water playground, where the kids can splash and laugh amongst the fountains, dumping bucket and down the slide. The centre also has constant flow inflatables, with the Aquatron suitable for 5 – 12 years and the MARCzilla for 8 years and above.

Check out Mandurah Aquatic and Recreation Centre here

14. Kalamunda Water Park

At Kalamunda Water Park, you can have a fun and affordable day amongst water play. Kalamunda has amazing water slides, but these are unfortunately closed for the 2023 season. Keep an eye on the website for when they will re-open! There are more than just the slides, the kids can enjoy swimming fun in the 40cm or the 80cm deep pools. For the toddlers, there is a fantastic splash pad where they can stomp and splash making memories. Be sure to make use of the kiosk and shaded areas to rest!

Find out more here

15. Perth Aqua Park

Home to over 100 interconnected water based obstacles, Perth Aqua Park, located in the suburb of Baldivis, provides a super fun day out. It is the place to be for an inflatable water park. For 6 years plus, there is slides, trampolines, rope climbing, jumping pillows and much more. If you have little ones under 6, they now have a Kids Funland zone, a mini inflatable fun area that is safe for the tiny tots! The park also has plenty of undercover areas and a café.

If fun and fitness sounds fun to you, be sure to check out this Baldivis aqua park here

Perth is brimming with water parks!

With an amazing broad range of free and paid experiences, it will sure be a hard pick of where to head with the kids. Will it be a thrill-seeking day going down slides or a more relaxed splash amongst nature? The best part is you don’t need to choose just one, with so many options you can fill your weekends and time over the warm months with lots of water fun! Be sure to let us know your reviews!

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Alex Mergler

Alex has been writing for his mum's website since he was 10 years old and now he runs his own website, Get Out with Kids. He attends high school and works part time at McDonald's. Born in the UK but growing up in Australia he has a passion for travel, and has visited more than 25 countries. He has a Cert III in Hospitality and holds the Responsible Service of Alcohol certificate. With this background he is well qualified to write the website's restaurant reviews and travel articles. When he grows up he aims to be a pilot and is currently studying for his Recreational Pilot License.

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