Ferny Grove Aqua Park

The Ferny Grove Aqua Park is a premier aquatic project which was part of Brisbane City Council’s plan to create a new lifestyle and leisure opportunities for the wider Brisbane community.

Opened in time for the 2018 summer school holidays with over 2000 people attending the opening weekend, the park provides an accessible and safe interactive wet play environment for all ages and abilities.

This zero-depth single level splash pad boasts a spray tunnel, various ground sprays and misters, water cannons, tipping buckets and an interactive water table provide endless entertainment and wonder for children.

The suspense builds for the release of the massive bucket that creates a flood, lasting 20 seconds of 600 liters of water over all those in the vicinity.

The project also includes 24 ground elements in total which have been designed to create a flow throughout the pad as children move to discover the next activation. As a zero-depth play space, wheelchairs can access the entire pad where participates can enjoy in the fun with their friends.

Tiered seating provides a comfortable resting place for parents and carers along with BBQ and picnic facilities so that visitors can stay and play longer.

The park is also complete with a Playscape Creations adventure playground which creates a total play environment and offers a boundless amount of free activities for the community – offering something for everyone on a hot or cold day.


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