Who doesn’t love splashing around water? Kids specially water games, getting wet and spending time in these amazing water parks. Sydney, with its splendid weather, magnificent beaches and is the perfect place to spend your time, especially during the holidays.
List of Amzing Water Play Parks Near Sydney
Here is a brief of some of the amazing water parks of Sydney.
Livvi’s Place The Hills:
An amazing park with a universal design – kids simply love this park! It is completely fenced with a huge water play area. There are six water jets and plenty of play equipment for complete entertainment.
Location: Kellyville NSW 2155
Photo by Terry Su
This beautiful Park is located at Pirrama Rd and is spread over 1.8 hectares. There are several sprinklers and fountains to splash in. The park is open 24 hours and is perfect for parents as well.
Location: Pirrama Rd, Pyrmont NSW 2009
Photo by Alon Berman
Nurragingy Reserve Water Park:
Do not forget checking out the timing when you choose to visit the water park since it is not open through the year.
The free water play area in this Doonside reserve, located next to the Wren picnic area, is a magnet for kids and features a large windmill, a water wall spray fountain, jets, cannons and bucket dumpers.
There are several shady sports where you can stay for a picnic all day long.
Location: Knox Rd, Doonside NSW 2767
Photo by Jose George
Mary O’Brien Reserve:
This is not just a water park, it is much more than that! There are two playgrounds in reserve, which are suitable for kids aged above 8 years.
The shooting jets are there to set the ambience and add to the fun. A must visit if you are a water park lover.
Location: Knox Rd, Doonside NSW 2767
Photo by Craig Spraggon
Blaxland Riverside Park:
Blaxland Riverside Park Play Space: An Adventure at Sydney Olympic Park
Located strategically just along the Parramatta River, this riverside is a favourite family park. This is the perfect place to visit on a hot day when you simply need to cool off. The park takes pride of its architectural equipment, huge outdoor water play area and a multi-level tree house.
Location: Jamieson St, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127
Photo by Grant A
Ian Potter Children’s Garden Centennial Park Sydney:
Opened in the year 2017, Ian Potter Children’s Garden has become quite a kid’s favourite in a short time. This wonderful park has a beautiful water area. There are some shooting jets for that extra thrill! The garden is open from 10:00 am -5:00 pm daily.
Location: MLC Centre, Sydney NSW 2000
Photo by InfoKids
The Playground, Darling Quarter:
The Playground is widely popular for its playground! Excited children of all ages love to spend time in the park, which boasts of a water wheel as well. There are 7 water switches and also 5 water gates. Do not forget to carry an extra set of clothes, when you are visiting the park!
The park gets really busy over the weekends, so keep an eye on your little ones!
Location: 1-25 Harbour St, Sydney NSW 2000
Photo by Neil Caldwell
Taronga Zoo, Mosman:
This is a great water area for the barn, which is a wonderful water area for kids. This is a wonderful area for kids, with plenty of pumps and channels. The park is always brimming with preschool aged kids and toddler. Do not miss the wading pool which is located in the bottom tier. A perfect place for all kids who wish to stay away from the crowd!
Philip Ruddock Waterpark:
This beautiful waterpark is the destination for fun things to do with kids, thrill and entertainment. It has several interactive features; there are tipping buckets, water jets and fountains to keep you engaged!
Location: Yates Ave, Dundas Valley NSW 2117
Photo by Allan Hutchinson
Situated along Parramatta River, this delightful Putney Park is a beautiful expanse of natural grass. The playground has a stunning play area, which is just suitable for young kids.
Location: Pellisier Rd, Putney NSW 2112
So, when are you planning your visit these fun water parks?