A TRILOGY OF TUBE RIDES AND SO MUCH MORE

It was 2011 and I took my kids then 10 and 6 to Jamberoo Action Park. The kids loved it then and have asked for years to go back - today 8 years later we will take my 5 year old, 13 year old and 18 year old and with excitement we return.  

NSW's largest family owned and operated water theme park will be open throughout the summer season until the end of April between 10am and 5pm and is the ultimate destination for family fun in the region!

There’s so much to see and do at Jamberoo Action Park and to top it off - you can experience a trilogy of tube rides – all with an element of darkness, anticipation, enhanced thrills and excitement!

The Perfect Storm - drop into The Eye of the Storm

Funnel Web – drop into The Spider’s Lair

The Taipan – drop into The Belly of the Snake

Your raft will twist and turn through these rides often in complete darkness, and you’ll never know what’s coming next! Every ride is a different experience depending on where you are sitting on your raft – it’s quite incredible.

Set among 40 hectares (100 acres) of landscaped gardens and parklands, Jamberoo Action Park is a place for thrill-seekers and families alike. 

Travel the Chairlift, taking in views from the mountains to the sea, marvel at the water wonderland that is Banjo’s Billabong, or kick back and chill as the waves roll in at Outback Bay – there’s something for everyone at Jamberoo Action Park.

On Saturday nights from 6pm throughout the summer holidays, Jamberoo Action Park will screen blockbuster family dive-in movies on the big screen at Outback Bay. You can relaxation a sunlounge or float on a tube in the bay. 

Jamberoo also offers souvenir photos of your ride into the belly of The Taipan, food & coffee shops, retail stores, a vast array of water themed rides and attractions for all ages, mini-golf, the amazing chairlift and legendary Bobsled ride – where you really do control the action! 

There is free parking and even the summer fun bus operating daily from December 26-January 31 between the park and Kiama Train Station. You can even bring your own food if you want – and children 3 and under may enter free of charge! 

Season and Summer fun passes are available for those looking for great value for money, and you can save even more with a group booking of 20 people or more!

For full details of park opening dates, times and ticket prices visit www.jamberoo.net

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