Jamberoo Action Park, Jamberoo
(3.5/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
For inland watery fun and excitement, head to Jamberoo Action Park. The biggest theme park in New South Wales offers 40 hectares (99 acres) of water slides, airborne attractions, and landscaped gardens. Take a thrilling 18 m (59 ft) plunge down the Surf Hill waterslide, splash around in waves up to 1.5 m (5 ft) high in Outback Bay, and race down the Bobsled alpine slide. You can also relax by Billabong Beach or aboard the Chairlift. Shady picnic areas provide comfortable places to enjoy lunch if you choose to bring your own. Try to arrive early if you visit during the Australian summer as midday lines to enter can be long. Our Jamberoo trip itinerary builder makes visiting Jamberoo Action Park and other Jamberoo attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • We have season passes and for some reason my husband had swapped his for my 7 year olds- when we arrived with my husbands card and not my child's they told me I had to pay $10 for a replacement even t...  more »
  • We get season passes. It really is the only way to go. This means we can go as many times we like. If the kids enjoy seeing the park several times a season then it's really good value. 
  • We had a fantastic day and will definitely return hopefully next time with the grand kids. This park is not just for the young but also the young at heart 
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  • Although it was a bit cooler there in November it is still much better than Wet'n'Wild Sydney! The wave pool puts the one in Wet'n'Wild to shame and there is fun for all ages! Park is tidy and well laid out with plenty to do for all levels of thrill seekers! No one is left out!
  • Great for all ages, wish they were open on hot days during school hours lol like today is hot! Would love to go but because school holidays are over, they are closed during the week 👎 Also dissapointed that pregnant people who arent aloud on 90% of the rides still have to pay full price. Its not right. Something should be changed about that. Surely people with certain disabilities have discounts due to limitations with what they can and cant do. I would love to bring my grandparents to watch my daughter play in kiddy area. I know they would just sit on the chairs and watch, they wouldnt swim. Surely there is a no rides or swimming rate? $55 (or there abouts) is a bit much to sit and watch. I think that is the only down side.
  • Can't beat the setting of this waterpark. And it's great that they are expanding. The best thing about it is that you don't have to get wet to have fun as they have mini golf, a chair lift, and toboggan ride (which is AWESOME!)
  • Best amusement park I've ever been to. Lots of great rides - my faves were the Rapid River, Banjo's Billabong and Splash Out. Great staff and food - the ice-creams are MASSIVE!!!
  • Good place to have a picnic - with specially built shelters for a comfortable place to eat and drink and have a party.. Spend all day going back and forth to the beach - complete with real sand, and a waist high wading pool which becomes a tremendous, squally sea every 5 minutes or so. Features scary rides with imaginative names like Funnel Web and Taipan. No WiFi. Friendly staff - hats off to the gardener for maintaining some lovely flowers.