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The Great Escape Hillarys Boat Harbour

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The Great Escape
22 Southside Drive
Hillarys Boat Harbour
WA
6025
Tel: 8 9448 0800

Where are we going today?

Features at The Great Escape include rock climbing, high ropes, 18 hole wacky putt mini golf, trampolines, plus Jungle Mountain play climb tower and Kiddeez Zone amusement rides.

The water slides include the long Hydro Tube, the fast Speed Twisters, and they also have a 16m rapid river you can ride tubes down. The hydro tube can be used by children as young as 3 if riding with an adult, but the others are for 6s and over.

You must be over 10 to do the High Ropescourse, Rock Climbers must be over 22 kilos (3.5 stones), mini golfers and trampoliners have no lower age restrictions. Amusement riders must be under 12.

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsSpectators, such as parents or supervisors, can enter the fun park for free as they operate a user-p
  • ChildrenVary on activity, Pay and Play.
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Opening and closing hours change to accommodate seasonal demand.

I'm Hungry!

Beach Club Cafe offers a wide range of hot and cold snacks and drinks. Picnic welcome but only homemade, no outside meal packages..

Any Top Tips?

Open park policy means you can come and go as you wish. There is a protected beach adjacent..

More information

Birthday parties available..

What people are saying?

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    The Great Escape is a great place to cool off and have fun. The thing I don't like about it is that there's no actual trill rides they don't have any tall and scary rollercoaster. And there new ride extreme super nova its a good ride but doesn't even go in loops. The Great Escape is not a place for trill seakers but is still a great place to cool off and have fun.

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    Such a let down. Overpriced everything. Lines were so long at amusement rides and waterpark rides. Was there for about 5-6 hours went on 3 rides. The frustration of waiting just made me say the hell with it. Maybe only letting a certain number of people in the park per day would help with that, IDK. I'd prefer Six Flags LaRonde outside of Montreal. Scenery is much better up north anyway.

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    We had a great time! Our 7 year olds could go on all the rides. Highly recommended to families with kids!

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    I'm not a huge fan of roller coasters, but there are so many other attractions here that it will make up for it. Splashwater Kingdom is a blast and on a hot summer's day, there is nothing better (short from a dip in Lake George). The food is typical with nothing really standing out. All-in-all it's a fun place to spend the day!

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    Good amusement park. Things to do for all ages. Fright fest is a must, nothing like a zombie with a chainsaw sneeking up on you to give you a fright. Food and parking is to expensive. Worth getting the season pass and dinining plan if you visit at least four times. There public relations could be better. I have been going here for years and will continue to do so.

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