This is the original attraction, built in the late 1970’s and opened in 1981, it is still a favourite with young and older Guests alike.
Make the maze harder by navigating your way through the 2500m2 maze and find all four coloured flag poles. Then check out the look out and slide tower and go zooming down the supa-slide and onto the next challenge.*
*Please note, at the time of your visit the slide tower may be closed.
No maze venue is complete without the iconic hedge maze, so we’ve planted a maze that is the bees-knees of all mazes and is a Perth first! The Hedge Maze covers an area of more than 2000m2 and has a stunning octagon design with a beautiful Norfolk Island Pine at the centre. It’s taken six years to grow and carefully prune 1,252 individual plants to form the 690 metres of hedge which is now ready.
Don’t be fooled by the bright colours and the fun, friendly appearance; this is easily the most difficult of all the brain-teaser mazes. To conquer this maze you need to find your way to the giant tyre in the middle of the maze by crossing from tyre to tyre across the red, yellow and blue planks – in colour sequence… can’t be that hard can it? Oh yes it can! So many Guests swore it couldn’t be done that we had to provide the answers in the form of a cheat sheet. Can you conquer the Tractor Tyre Maze? Or will you have to cheat?!
The original brain teaser maze! From the entry point you need to make your way through the maze to the exit without making any left-hand turns or u-turns. Sounds simple but will you be stumped or stupendous?!
Phil’s Frustration is another little brain teaser and follows in the footsteps of Danae’s Dilemma. This time the entry and exit point are in the same place and you have to find your way through without making any right-hand turns or u-turns. Be careful, this brain teaser maze sure knows how to live up to its name!
Set in beautiful scenery winding around our picturesque Burger Bar courtyard and giant chess board. The mini golf course is nine holes of twists, turns and obstacles to overcome all set in a cool, shady landscaped garden.
The Children’s Playground offers younger visitors a change of pace and some adventure in their own little space. Mum and Dad don’t mind it either. The nature-play based playground is located right in the heart of the main picnic area, with loads of shady trees. A great area to enjoy the outdoors and explore sensory play.
You can view our koalas from only a few feet away all through the day! If you’d like to learn more about Australia’s cutest marsupials a check out our Koala Talk presentation and get to know one of our keepers along with a great number of interesting anecdotes, entertaining facts and educational insights.
All aboard! Winnie the Wombat is moving to Cohunu Koala Park.
Known for its fantastic miniature railway, Cohunu is located on fourteen hectares of natural Australian bushland just 40 minutes from the CBD.
Winnie the Wombat came to Perth’s Outback Splash, having been rescued as a joey. Over the last three years we have cherished having her with us and it has been fantastic being a part of her rehabilitation.
Full of energy and ready to explore, we can’t wait for her to make new friends at Cohunu. We will miss you Winnie.
Arguably the most curious of all the native creatures the emus co-exist with our kangaroos behind the Pine View Hut. They seem to find it very amusing watching visitors try and solve the riddle of the mazes; we can’t promise that these cheeky birds won’t be having a chuckle at your expense.
The kangaroos enjoy a privileged life at Outback Splash hanging out in their very own Australian Outback themed enclosure. You will find big red kangaroos, greys and if you look carefully, you’re bound to spot a joey or two as well!