Aquasplash

Redcliffe

Aquasplash is Redcliffe’s mammoth new inflatable water park located in the clear blue waters off Clontarf’s Pelican Park.

Highlights of the floating adventure playground include a ninja racetrack, with two 35m long side-by-side courses perfect for races, as well as the largest on-water swing in Australia and a giant slide.

Aquasplash Redcliffe

Suitable for ages 5 years and over, Aquasplash caters for up to 120 people per hour, with ages 5-9 required to be accompanied by an adult and life jackets provided for all users.

Aquasplash Redcliffe

Sessions are timed at 50 minutes for a single session, with both single and 2 hour passes available for all ages and day passes for those aged 14yrs +.

Need to know – Induction training is included with all booked sessions. Children aged 5-9 years must be accompanied by a paying adult (ratio 1 adult to 2 children).

Aquasplash Redcliffe is due to open on November 3rd.

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Aquasplash Redcliffe

Pelican Park

Hornibrook Esp

Clontarf

3153 4131

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Pelican Park Clontarf

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