Theme Parks

Adventure World Perth

Where is it at?

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Adventure World
351 Progress Dr
Perth
WA
6163
Tel: 08 9417 9666

Where are we going today?

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No...it's Adventure World!

For over 30 years, Adventure World has been giving families just like yours the thrills and spills that fill those summer days perfectly, and now it's your turn!

Adventure World is WA's premiere theme park. It's a great place for the whole family, because there really are a range of rides to suit all.

Those little adventurers in the family will love Dragon's Kingdom, which is an enchanting medieval land where kids can meet Yarli the very loveable dragon, and his cheeky little sister! Kids can enjoy flying high on the dragon's back, to scaling the top of a tower, or trying to dodge those tipping buckets!

Kids - don't forget you can enjoy a safari in your very own safari car, where there are giant flowers, dragons, and fairies!

Those little ones under 6 years can enjoy Kingdom Falls, perfect to cool down on those summer days with interactive water playgrounds, mini bucket tips, and a mushroom rain tree! Pretty COOL!

For the family there are rides, from bumper boats to Sky Lifts where you can enjoy it together, and of course, there are those rides not for the faint of heart! Are you brave? 

We don't want to give away any surprises...but with rides named such as the "Abyss", "The Black Widow", "The Rampage" and "Freefall", you will be surprised how brave you will need to be! You can do it!

Do you think you have what it takes to those thrill rides at Adventure World? Good luck everyone! 

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$50.40
  • Childrenfrom $43.40
  • Free Under: 3 years.
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

Seasonal opening, usually 10am to 5pm but check.

Season opens September to May

I'm Hungry!

There are burgers at Dragon's Bites, salads and burgers at Kahuna Cafe, donuts at Surf Shack, and hot dogs at Below Zero...you won't be going hungry any time soon!.

Healthy Eating!

You may bring a homemade picnic but not exterior brands. They also sell salads in the cafes. .

Any Top Tips?

Adventure World offers Guests who approach Admissions or Guest Relations Administrators, a standard Return Visit Pass, on days when rainfall is deemed by the Park Manager to have fallen constantly for a period of one hour or more during standard operating hours..

Doing our bit

They are all about safety, so they have height restrictions for some rides for a reason - follow them and you will stay lovely and safe!.

Need a little extra help?

Speak to Guest Relations when you arrive to get a list of all the rides that they can help you out on .

Can I get one of those?

You can buy official merchandise inside the park!.

More information

On Adventure World you pay one entry fee then you have access to all of Adventure World's rides and attractions..

What people are saying?

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    Return Pass tickets what a waste on money they were!!!! Although I knew the terms and conditions of these tickets ie they were non transferable I had assumed like other established businesses that special circumstances might be taken into account . When I requested that I be allowed to use my husbands ticket instead following an injury( just so I could drive and supervise my kids) I was point blank refused by the telephone operator. When I asked to speak to someone else who might listen to my request I was refused and when I wrote a letter...Read More

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    My family are locals and have purchased the Adventure World season passes every year since moving here.
    Yes there is that initial outlay, but we prepare for it and consider it money well spent.
    A season pass gives you access to seven months of unlimited fun and half price entry for any mates we invite as well.
    We take picnics in and stay for hours or just pop in for a swim between work and school.
    Season passes also mean you tend to visit out of 'rush hour' times so long queues and parking blues aren't such an issue. Plus you don't have the pressure...Read More

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    i love it!!!!! soooooo fun!!!!! i don't wanna leave!!

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    Not bad. Way too overpriced though.

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    BEST PLACE EVER

    so fun i went with my best friend and we had soo much fun. Heaps to do. Best when not busy and its a bit to expensive

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by Alice Taylor

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Return Pass tickets what a waste on money they were!!!! Although I knew the terms and conditions of these tickets ie they were non transferable I had assumed like other established businesses that special circumstances might be taken into account . When I requested that I be allowed to use my husbands ticket instead following an injury( just so I could drive and supervise my kids) I was point blank refused by the telephone operator. When I asked to speak to someone else who might listen to my request I was refused and when I wrote a letter to managers I am still waiting for a reply(1 month later) This kind of customer service is bad and their entry policies inflexible. Ask yourself first if its worth the risk before you buy as they will not heed any requests you make!

by Vanessa Kerdemelidis

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My family are locals and have purchased the Adventure World season passes every year since moving here.
Yes there is that initial outlay, but we prepare for it and consider it money well spent.
A season pass gives you access to seven months of unlimited fun and half price entry for any mates we invite as well.
We take picnics in and stay for hours or just pop in for a swim between work and school.
Season passes also mean you tend to visit out of 'rush hour' times so long queues and parking blues aren't such an issue. Plus you don't have the pressure to try and do everything in one marathon session and end up queueing for ages or travelling home with grumpy sunburnt kids.
If you use it as often as we do, it works out the same price per visit as entrance to the local public swimming pools that don't even have a water slide. That is without including the unlimited dry activities like go-karting.
We have always found the the grounds and ablution blocks well tended and staff professional and friendly.
I agree some of the rides are hard to fit an adult in but hopefully the long awaited Abyss will deliver an adrenalin rush and more generous adult seat size! Cheers

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