Water Parks on the Sunshine Coast | Free and Paid For Swimming Options

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Did you come here searching for “water parks Sunshine Coast”? Get ready to make a SPLASH on the Sunny Coast with this detailed list of the best water parks on the Sunshine Coast for your family!

Water parks Sunshine Coast

There are a number of water parks in the Sunshine Coast region. Some are free standing or attached to public pool facilities, some are in theme parks and some are attached to the bigger hotels and resorts. Hopefully you can find something in this list worth making a dive into!

Oaks Oasis, Caloundra

This is the MOTHER of all water parks! It’s attached to the Oaks Oasis Resort and you have to be staying at the resort in order to gain entry. We LOVE Oaks Oasis and we definitely recommend you take a trip there!

You can find out more about staying at the Oaks Oasis by clicking here.

Kings Beach, Caloundra

Kings Beach Caloundra - water playground

There’s a free water park here available for some seaside splashing. You can read about it here.

There is also a tidal saltwater swimming pool to swim some lazy laps.

Kings Beach Caloundra

Coolum Aqua Park, Coolum

coolum aqua park

This is a great secret in the calm waters of Coolum! Coolum Aqua Park offers inflatable CRAZY fun for primary school kids and older. This will really wear them out!

Address: Coolum Aqua Park, Sunshine Coast, 60 Junction Dr, Coolum Beach QLD 4573

Website: aquaparkcoolum.com.au

Aussie World

In addition to the regular madcap fun at Aussie World, there’s also a water play area! It’s not quite a splash pool or water slides but there’s definitely great chance to get splashing and have some fun!

Address: Aussie World, 1 Downunder Drive, Palmview QLD 4553

Website: www.aussieworld.com.au

Bli Bli Watersports Complex

This is a similar set up to Coolum Aqua Park. There are a range of inflatables set up on calm water. Parks like this require upper body strength and swimming skills so you may not want to head along if you’ve only got little ones. Of particular interest is the launchpad style inflatable – see how much air you can get!

We wrote a review of the waterpark here.

Address: Blu Bli Watersports Complex, 367 David Low Way, Bli Bli QLD 4560

Website: www.blibliwatersports.com.au

Thrill Hill

It’s near the Big Pineapple! Thrill Hill offers the kind of heart-pumping, old-fashioned water slide fun that you remember from being a kid. They’re open 10am-5pm daily and you pay for either a one or two hour session. This is DEFINITELY old-school cool!

Address: Thrill Hill Water Slides, 74 Schubert Road, Woombye, QLD 4559

Website: www.thrillhillwaterslides.com

Water park Sunshine Coast

There are PLENTY of options for families to make a splash in the warmer months! Let us know if we missed your favourite and we’ll add it!

Travelling? Check out water parks in Brisbane, water parks in Ipswich, water parks on the Gold Coast and even water parks in Malaysia (we get around!) 😉

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