Adventure World, Bibra Lake

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Theme Park
Just 18 km (11 mi) away from Perth, Adventure World is crowded with kids of all ages. A big draw is exciting rides such as Kahuna Fall, the largest water playground of its kind in Australia, plus pools and attractions. White-knuckle rides include Bounty’s Revenge, a swinging pirate ship. Be ready to fall from a height of 52 m (170 ft) should you dare to go on Freefall, a shot-and-drop ride. See Adventure World and all Bibra Lake has to offer by arranging your trip with our Bibra Lake vacation generator.
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  • My first experience of Adventure World. And I couldn't have picked a perfect day to go. Easy access to parking and at this time of the year April the weather was perfect. Not to crowded and short queu...  more »
  • Visited a couple of weeks ago with a friend. Had a super good time on the waterslides, especially the Kraken and the 6-lane racing slide. The racing slide has a timer so you can try and beat your prev...  more »
  • It was a wonderful day... willing to make another visit. The children were very excited and had a lot of fun....  more »
  • So I have travelled a lot, been to all of the Gold Coast parks and even some Disney worlds but I always have fun here, it's over priced if you don't live here and don't wanna fork out on a season pass. But I do get a season park and I never get sick of it. They are getting more and more rides and the abyss was a great addition to the dry rides I never buy food here I think it's over priced so I pay $152 a year and go more than enough to make up for it. The water slides are cool, better if you have a fast pass.
  • It is alright. The food is nice, the rides are fun, and there is nice staff. The thing I don't like about Adventure World is the lack of rides compared to other theme parks. I believe that Adventure World is very poorly designed, and a lot of space is wasted due to the rides being awkwardly placed. Other world class theme parks have rides very close to eachother, and therefore they have more rides. Tickets are also very overpriced. Everything else about Adventure World is fine and I will definitely be going back in the Summer.
  • Its crazy how since even Grade 1 that Adventure Worlds newest rides have been a giant topic! Whenever I go there is a lot more to experience, have fun on the rides I have already experienced and get tumbled around at crazy heights. Its awesome how you get to have unlimited rides as it makes some of the parents go on the "scary" rides. So far I have been on the Black Widow x10 and the rampage x1. Next is the Abyss! I have been with nearly all my family and some of my friends and it has been awesome! Keep those new rides coming!
  • Awesome Theme park. I am from Perth and I can say that this is an amazing theme park for a city that's not really related to tourism. Rides are good, while there are plenty, customer service top notch, plenty of food outlets and very big!
  • Aĺways a fantastic day out here, rides are thrilling,even for this 51yr old and lots of other Mum's and Dad's too I saw lots of Parrnts and Grandparents riding everything,food is good,the park is always clean and tidy and its a huge day of fun especially the water slides,all families love this place,remember the sunscreen as its a long day in the sun in only swimming costumes and or shorts and singlet's or tshirts so without wearing and re-applying sunscreen,you will get burnt..If you are on a budget too,may I suggest taking a medium sized eský or soft cold storage bags with pre-FROZEN DRINKS OR WATER bottles and plenty of snacks for all of your family and sandwiches etc and when you arrive and pay admission then just inside the entry is a locker station where you can 'hire a small medium or large locker ' for a reasonable charge for the day and store all of your food and èsky (depending on its size)& just all meet up for lunch at a designated spot on the grassy area or at the provided picnic table area...If you do wish to spend money on food or drinks or souvenirs,at the same locker store counter,you can deposit money onto your wristband so there's no need to carry cash or valuables on your person etc ...lastly when riding on the rides or slides, NO SUNGLASSES,HATS,MOBILE PHONES,THONGS,SHOES OR TOWELS are peŕmitted to be on your person etc,but there are plastic containers etc to leave these items before getting on your ride/slide etc and grab them when you finish that ride and so on...enjoy your day at the park,and I'm quite sure ýou will go back again & again...