Since 1981, Perth’s Outback Splash (previously ‘Outback Splash at The Maze’) has been providing outdoor entertainment attractions for Perth families and visitors to Western Australia. Situated in Bullsbrook, just over 30 minutes from Perth’s CBD, the park is a must-visit destination.
In addition to waterslides and other seasonal, water-based attractions (open September to April), it offers year-round family fun including mini golf, mazes, sensory play activities, children’s playground, Australian animal experiences and onsite food and beverage outlets.
As a proud partner of the Australian Koala Foundation, Perth’s Outback Splash gives visitors the chance to pat a koala and to meet resident kangaroos, an emu family and a special local, ‘Winnie the Wombat’.
An expansive lawn area is ideal for picnics and onsite food and beverage outlets, the Burger Bar and Snack Shack, serve fresh meals and locally-roasted Yahava coffee.
As well the place to go for a full day out with family or friends, Perth’s Outback Splash is a popular location for Christmas parties, birthday celebrations, school excursions and get-togethers with friends.
Perth’s Outback Splash opens its Summer season on September 28, ahead of the launch of the new waterslide tower on November 20.
Free-fall drops. Lightning-speed acceleration. Gravity-defying twists and turns. Mind-blowing lighting effects. Thrill seekers can expect all of this and more when riding the four new waterslides at Perth’s Outback Splash.
The fastest body slide in WA and one of the tallest of its kind in Australia. An open tube, solo waterslide, producing speeds of up to 75 kilometres per hour with the rush of 100 tonnes of water each hour. Riders plunge to the ground at what feels like a near-vertical drop. A true test of nerves for adrenaline seekers.
Named in homage to WA’s mining history, this solo enclosed body slide is one of the most exhilarating slide paths in the world. With a selfie-worthy glistening translucent design, it gives riders the ultimate rush, producing speeds of up to 60 kilometres per hour, combined with hysteric twists and turns.
A mammoth quarter-pipe, two-person raft slide and the only one of its kind in WA. Begins with natural light effects and gentle acceleration, before riders are thrust into blinding light and an almost free-fall plummet, followed by an 11-metre, near-vertical ascent.
A two-person raft slide that is the closest thing to intergalactic space travel in Perth. Features a ‘black hole’ with a sequence of pitch black, natural light and coloured light effects. Riders are taken on twists and high-speed turns with only a glimpse of daylight, before gravity kicks in and they unknowingly experience an epic final drop, like a ski jump, landing with a massive splash.