Perth’s only theme park, Adventure World is home to all you would expect from a large water and amusement park. You’ll find everything from water slides to kid-friendly rides to thrilling roller coasters and swing rides, plus the Aussie Wildlife Experience to provide some local flair.
Admission to Adventure World gives you access to more than 25 rides and attractions. Ticket options include 1-day entry, return entry, a season pass, and a fast-track pass to skip lines at some rides. Purchase your admission in advance so you won’t waste time standing in the ticket line.
The park is designed to appeal to the whole family, from tiny tots to grandparents. Created for young kids, Dragon’s Kingdom features eight rides and attractions. Water features include the Kraken funnel slide, Tidal Wave slide, and the relaxing Lagoon. For an adrenaline rush, check out the Abyss, Black Widow, Rampage, and Goliath.
Things to know before you go
- Kids under 12 years must be accompanied by an adult (16 or older) at all times.
- The park will close during inclement weather such as lightning, thunderstorms, and strong winds or rain.
- You may bring your own homemade picnic to enjoy on one of the park’s grassy areas.
- Food and drinks are also available for purchase.
- Visitors with disabilities can talk to a staff member at the guest services desk to find out which rides and attractions are suitable.
How to get there
Adventure World is located in the suburb of Bibra Lake, about 12 miles (20 kilometers) south of the Perth Central Business District; the drive takes roughly 25 minutes. It is also accessible via the Mandurah train line to Cockburn station and the #520 bus.
When to get there
The park is open September to April from mid-morning to early evening. It operates seven days a week during the Christmas school holidays in December and January: check the calendar at other times, as at some periods it is only open at weekends.
Aussie Wildlife Experience
Favorite Australian animals such as kangaroos, wombats, and koalas can be seen in this section of the park. Learn about the wildlife during a Keeper Show or meet an emu.