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Lakes Entrance Aqua Park opens as part of Summer Carnival 2022
Prepare for balancing, climbing, dodging, weaving and plenty of splashing because Lakes Entrance Aqua Park has just opened!
The water-loving town of Lakes Entrance has welcomed its newest lakeside venture, the Lakes Entrance Aqua Park, a 1400 square metre inflatable water park. With the annualLakes Entrance Summer Carnival currently in full swing (until 26 Jan), there's a festive vibe in this much-loved holiday town.
Lakes Entrance Aqua Park is located on a quiet cove next to the surf end of the iconic Cunninghame Arm footbridge, a location that is popular with the locals and tourists
Lakes Entrance Aqua Park at a glance
Lakes Entrance Aqua Park is open daily from 10am to 8pm. Sessions start on the hour, and the final session for each day will commence at 7pm.
- Where: 429 Main Beach Walk, Lakes Entrance (on the southern side of Cunninghame Arm across the footbridge)
- When: 10am - 8pm, 7 days per week until March
- Cost $25 for a single session (50 min)
- Ages: 5+ years only
It's recommended you arrive 30mins before your session to allow time for ticketing, getting your life jacket and the safety briefing. To learn more, visit the Lakes Entrance aqua Park.
Bring the whole family and grab some friends for a splashing great time as you tackle our inflatable courses
Balance, bounce, splash, clamber, slip and slide your way through the inflatable courses, floating atop the Gippsland Lakes. Put your ninja warrior skills to the test on a string of obstacles, including climbing features, giant slides and balance sections, but watch out - that water makes things a bit slippery.
Book online for your preferred time, then on arrival you'll be given a safety briefing, wrist band and a life jacket and you're away! You can also hire stand up paddle boards to add on to your water experience.
Pictures from Visit Gippsland website.
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