BHP Billiton Waterpark
Location: Elizabeth Quay
BHP Water Park is home to an interactive water feature that uses lighting and choreographed water jets to create an engaging, fun and family friendly community space. There's change rooms also conveniently located on the premises.
Yagan Square Playscape
Location: Yagan Square
Now the kids of Perth have their very own rooftop playground! The Yagan Square playscape is non-sand based and has been designed to celebrate the geological and rock formations found across regional Western Australia. Running throughout the playscape is a ‘river’ water play area for the little ones to splash around in.
Water LabyrinthLocation: Forrest Place
The Water Labyrinth is an interactive water sculpture created exclusively for Forrest Place by internationally renowned artist Jeppe Hein. Conveniently located right near the Perth train station, it's easy to get to and right in the heart of the city, so you can grab a cuppa and watch the kids play!
Matilda Bay Reserve
A natural bay in the Swan River, Matilda Bay Reserve offers endless hours of fun for the whole family. Bring a picnic and relax by the foreshore while your little ones build sandcastles, find jellyfish, play beach cricket and jump off the jetty if they’re adventurous!
Koolangka Koolangka Waabiny – NEW!Location: Wellington Square
Be one of the first to check out the new playground on the block! Koolangka Koolangka Waabiny is set to be one of the biggest and best playgrounds in greater Perth, with a wide range of facilities including a skatepark, parkour activities, a pump track, waterplay, climbing towers, picnic and BBQ facilities. Hints of WA will be found throughout the playground, with banksia woodlands scattered throughout and the Swan River providing inspiration for water play. The theme for the community playground is 'Landscape of Play' and the design is influenced by Aboriginal themes and Western Australian iconic landforms. The best play facilities to watch out for is the climbing towers with slides (one big enough for adults too!), a basket swing, flying box and trampolines to name a few!
Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park
Location: Kings Park
Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park is a special place for children to connect with nature and learn to appreciate Western Australia’s incredible natural environment. It is a dedicated nature space that encourages learning and discovery and gives city kids the opportunity to have a ‘bush experience’ in the heart of Perth. It’s surrounded by natural bushland and features large aerial walkways called The Python and The Bungarra, a creek and waterhole for wading in, a cubby-building area, tunnels, rocks and a web of climbing ropes called The Tangle.
FREE PARKING OPTIONS
It’s never been easier navigating into the city these April school holidays! Take advantage of the 3-hour free parking on weekends and public holidays until 30 June 2021 in three centrally located CPP car parks:
• CPP Cultural Centre car park, 2 Roe Street, Northbridge
• CPP His Majesty's car park, 377 Murray Street, Perth
• CPP Pier Street car park, 87-89 Pier Street, Perth
Visit cityofperthparking.com.au for full details on CPP locations and pricing.
With so much to see and do for the whole family, you won’t want to leave. Check out the huge range of exciting events and activities, plus our blog page for other itineraries packed with fun ideas to take the kids these school holidays. It's Playtime in the City! #seeyouinthecity