What equipment and features does the park offer?
The Kwinana Adventure Park features an enormous 11,000 square metres of play space, offering multipurpose equipment for unstructured play. The key attractions are:
- Tree Maze;
- Splash Pad;
- Sand Play Area including sand factory;
- Junior Play Area;
- Action Play Area including double flying fox, swings and climbing net;
- sensory play elements throughout;
- The Patio hireable party space; and
- BBQs, picnic areas, seating, toilets and showers.
Is the Park free?
There is no cost to enter the Kwinana Adventure Park.
What are the opening hours?
The Park is open for public use during daylight hours throughout the year. Toliets and Splash Pad operate seasonally and are currently available seven days a week.
Is the Park ever closed?
The Adventure Park is open year-round, except for a small maintenance window of 1-2 weeks each year. Closures will be posted in advance on the City’s website.
Where is car parking located?
Parking is available directly in front of the main entrance gate off Walgreen Crescent. Street parking is also available around the Western edge of Calista Oval on Walgreen Crescent. Please do not park on verges or footpaths.
Overflow parking is available throughout the City Centre, only a two minute walk from the Adventure Park.
The City encourages the use of public transport or walking or cycling instead.
The Park is also well serviced by public transport, with buses 540, 541 and 549 stopping nearby. Please visit the Transperth website
for timetables. There are ample bike racks available at the entrances to the Adventure Park.
Is smoking or alcohol permitted?
Smoking and alcohol are not permitted at the Adventure Park or any area of Calista Oval.
Are there age restrictions/guidelines?
All sections of the park are open to all ages however certain areas are designed specifically for the needs of younger children.
Are there any toilets or change-room facilities?
The Park has several toilets, many of them accessible, plus shower facilities. There is also a ‘changing places’ room with full sized change table and hoist.
What does the Park offer in terms of shade?
The majority of the playground has been built underneath the natural shade of the existing trees. Shade sails have been erected over the splash pad and multiple picnic shelters are scattered around the playground.
Can I bring my own equipment?
Visitors are welcome to bring picnic gear such as rugs, coolers and foldable chairs. For safety reasons portable BBQs, gazebos, shade sails and structures are not permitted within the fenced area of the Adventure Park.
Can I bring my dog?
Dogs are not permitted within the fenced area of the Adventure Park. As per standard local laws, pets are permitted on a leash on Calista Oval.
Is there security?
The Park has CCTV surveillance throughout the entire facility and is patrolled regularly by City Assist.
Is there lighting at the Park?
The park is not designed for night-time use and will not be lit. There will be security/emergency lighting only.
Can I hold a party at the Park?
The Kwinana Adventure Park is home to The Patio, a hireable undercover picnic space suitable for groups of up to 40 people. This space is ideal for birthday parties, family gatherings and small events. The Patio is fully accessible and includes:
- bench space;
- BBQs; and
- tables and benches (comfortably seating up to 40 people).
Can I bring/hire birthday party equipment?
The City does not hire out bouncy castles/slippery slides or any other type of party equipment however patrons may book space on Calista Oval and hire through a third party (subject to approval and booking with the City).
What clothing requirements are there for the Splash Pad?
Babies/toddlers are required to wear appropriate swimming nappies.
How is the Splash Pad maintained?
The Splash Pad is monitored and cleaned regularly by the City’s Parks Team. Water sampling is undertaken daily to ensure it complies with all Department of Health Guidelines.
How do I report a maintenance problem?
Call the City of Kwinana on 9439 0200 or email.
Who do I call in an emergency?