Sugarworld Adventure Park is a splashing good time for everyone involved. Offering a range of entertaining activities for the whole family to enjoy!
Situated in Edmonton on 17 acres of lush historical parkland, Sugarworld Adventure Park boasts all the modern facilities needed for a fun-filled day out. We even share this spot with some of the local peacocks!
- Splash Town - the ultimate little kids water zone!
- 3 Super Slides - The Tandem Tube, Superjet and Mat Racer
- Putt Putt Island - with a 9-hole mini-golf course
- Swimming Pools
*Sugarworld Adventure Park operates during state school holidays, weekends & most Public Holidays from 10am - 4.30pm - Check our Opening Hours page for trading times & Important Infomation.
*Excludes maintenance closure period / *Subject to change.
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