Slides, fountains, toddler pools and more. These water parks in Brisbane are just what your family needs to burn off some energy, keep cool and most importantly have fun!
If you’re looking for something a little wilder than your standard public swimming pool, you don’t need to travel far to find a great Brisbane water park. We’ve compiled a list of the best hot spots for cool fun – local style! We’ve included not only some Brisbane listings but also sites in the Moreton, Logan & Redlands areas too!
- If you are looking for water parks on the Sunshine Coast click here.
- Perhaps you are heading to a water park on the Gold Coast, click here.
- If you would like to find a water park in Ipswich, we know that too!
Water parks in Brisbane locations
Here’s the down low on how to cool down…
Chermside Leisure Centre Pool, Chermside
Where: 375 Hamilton Rd, Chermside
What: Open top slide through the jungle, twisting fully enclosed slide, tube tunnel slide, shotgun slide, jumping lily pads, calmer area for younger children.
Newmarket Pool has an Olympic sized 50m outdoor pool, a covered and heated outdoor 25m pool and an indoor heated programs pool. Children will love the animal-themed splash pad with water-drop buckets and fountains, the twisty slides and giant slides, and the wading pool with mushroom features.
If you want to make a day of it there are barbecues and picnic tables on site next to the playground and lawn area, a snack kiosk, and merry-go-round, or you could even indulge in some quiet relaxation on your own when you drop your children at the air-conditioned crèche!
The Plantation, Gumdale
Where: 1204 New Cleveland Rd, Gumdale
What: Activities pool, slides, pirate ship, play frames, toddler pool.
Rocks Riverside Park, Seventeen Mile Rocks
Where: Counihan St, Seventeen Mile Rocks
What: Shallow pools, water course, toddler-friendly paddling areas, fountains, shade protected areas.
Streets Beach, South Bank
Where: South Bank Parklands, South Bank
What: Patrolled beach, different depth pools, interactive splash n play area, tipping buckets, fountains, interactive water jets, water puzzles.
Wynnum Whale Park, Wynnum
Where: The Esplanade, Wynnum
What: Whales that kids can climb on with spurting water spouts, climbing frames, zero depth play area, tipping structures, fountains.
Moreton Bay Region water parks
Redcliffe Lagoon, Redcliffe
Where: Settlement Cove, Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe
What: Water jets, toadstools, water-shooting bugs, wading pools, children’s play areas, beach
The Mill Park and Waterpark, Petrie
Brisbane water parks – a cool way to have fun in the sun!
Get out and about and beat the heat, Brisbane style, at any of these fabulous family-friendly destinations!