Perth’s Outback Splash Extends Summer Season.

Don’t pack away your swimmers just yet… Perth’s Outback Splash is delighted to announce an extension of the summer season, beyond its original close on 14th April. Due to the exceptional warm weather Perth has been receiving, season pass holders and general admission guests can enjoy an additional two weekends of fun, with the park now staying open on Friday 19th – Sunday 21st and Thursday 25th – Sunday 28th April.

The extra two weeks is no extra cost for season pass holders – it’s a way to thank guests and the local community for its ongoing support and enthusiasm. The introduction of the latest attraction this season, The Lagoon, has led to record breaking visitor numbers this summer.

During these bonus weekends, Outback Splash has partnered with Buggy Buddys to offer an exclusive 25% discount on general admission tickets. To take advantage of the family-friendly fun for great value, simply follow Buggy Buddys’ social media platforms for discount codes and special offers on tickets, cabanas, and shades.

Perth’s Outback Splash will be open all of April school holidays. Over the Easter long weekend (19th – 22nd April), guests are invited to join in on an egg-citing ‘Pluck-A-Duck’ Easter hunt. Embark on an adventure through the park each day to find five specially themed ducks, each cleverly hidden for you and your family to discover. Finders of our hidden Easter ducks get to spin the prize wheel, and with every spin, you’re guaranteed to win! Prizes range from family day passes and splash cash vouchers to exclusive merchandise and sweet treats.

This summer marks the last opportunity for guests to experience The Plummet, the beloved, and well-worn, inflatable waterslide. Don’t miss your chance to ride the iconic blue full-of-hot-air slide one last time.

Perth’s Outback Splash has been proud to welcome guests year-round since 1981. However, moving forward, the park will now transition to a seasonal operation, remaining open primarily during the warmer months. This shift will allow the venue to focus on enhancing the guest experience, with exciting plans already in motion for a unique non-water concept for winter 2025.

By |2024-03-25T04:20:18+00:00March 25th, 2024|Categories: News and Media|0 Comments
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