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Old Oct 10th 2007, 2:13 am
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Hi, can anyone tell me if there are any theme parks of any sort in or around Perth. Surely they can't all be on East Coast

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Hi Mandy, I have a season ticket for Adventure World which is in Bibra Lake, it's a water park with all sorts going on. Bibra Lake is not far from Fremantle. My family absolutely love it.
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Hi Mandy, I have a season ticket for Adventure World which is in Bibra Lake, it's a water park with all sorts going on. Bibra Lake is not far from Fremantle. My family absolutely love it.
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Thanx Streaks, i'll look it up, trawled through the westernaustralia website today but couldn't find anything!!!!!
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Thanx Streaks, i'll look it up, trawled through the westernaustralia website today but couldn't find anything!!!!!
www.adventureworld.net.au
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Hi, can anyone tell me if there are any theme parks of any sort in or around Perth. Surely they can't all be on East Coast

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I thought Perth was a theme Park?
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I thought Perth was a theme Park?
Absolutely! Outdoor World. We went camping last weekend with 7 other families and between us did kayaking, jetskiing, fishing, swimming, eating, drinking and yapping. One or two couples spent a lot of time in their tents too
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Absolutely! Outdoor World. We went camping last weekend with 7 other families and between us did kayaking, jetskiing, fishing, swimming, eating, drinking and yapping. One or two couples spent a lot of time in their tents too
And who was that?
Definately not us, OH didn't inflate the bed properly
My neck is still stiff
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And who was that?
Definately not us, OH didn't inflate the bed properly
My neck is still stiff
I was thinking of S&R. but we didn't see that much of you two on the beach come to think of it S had a stiff neck too - is there something you want to tell us?
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Hi Mandy, I have a season ticket for Adventure World which is in Bibra Lake, it's a water park with all sorts going on. Bibra Lake is not far from Fremantle. My family absolutely love it.
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Sorry to hijack your thread but whats Adventure world like for 3 year olds and 1 year olds?? Complete waste of time or do they have some rides?

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Sorry to hijack your thread but whats Adventure world like for 3 year olds and 1 year olds?? Complete waste of time or do they have some rides?

Friends coming over in a couple of weeks.

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By the looks of it, it's free for under 5s so doesn't sound promising.
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Sorry to hijack your thread but whats Adventure world like for 3 year olds and 1 year olds?? Complete waste of time or do they have some rides?

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Hi Poppet, I don't have younger children so I'm not clued up as it were, my youngest is 11 although there is a kiddies cove for younger kids but I havent been in there so don't know if it's suitable. Sorry I havent been much use but if we go again in the next couple of weeks I'll have a look for you and post my findings.
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Hi Poppet, I don't have younger children so I'm not clued up as it were, my youngest is 11 although there is a kiddies cove for younger kids but I havent been in there so don't know if it's suitable. Sorry I havent been much use but if we go again in the next couple of weeks I'll have a look for you and post my findings.
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I have been and i would say that the rides are not really suitable for youngster but it would be a loverly day out as there are the swimming pools and some things to see.

But deff dont go if you want rides for the kiddies.
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