Stoney Aqua Park is located at Telegraph Point in New South Wales Australia - at 16 Hacks Ferry Road Telegraph Point. The park covers a huge area and boasts a wide array of inflatable fun items for everyone’s enjoyment, suitable for ages from 7 all the way up to the elderly.
The Aqua Park is based on a man made lake sourced from a fresh rain water catchment. This allows Stoney Aqua Park to maintain a safe and controlled environment. No sharks, guaranteed!!
Slides, blast bags, trampolines, swings, challenge tracks, balance beams, wobble pads and chill out areas are just a few of the many and varied features enclosed within the extensive walkways and floating tracks of the course.
On shore we have extensive shade structures, BBQ areas that require $1 coins to operate, change rooms, picnic benches and sun loungers. A kiosk is provided for your convenience and comfort under the natural shaded environment and white sandy lake front.
Stoney Aqua Park will welcome you for the day or just for a few hours. If you have a party, breakup or celebration of any sort we offer a great option for groups large or small.
Aqua Park Sessions
1 x 50 minute sessions $20 per person
2 x 50 minute sessions $35 per person
All Day Pass $55
Sessions start on the hour every hour
Price is the same regardless of age or number of people
Customers should arrive at least 30 minutes prior to their preferred time to allow for their ticket purchase, the signing in process and the safety brief. This time may become longer as peak season approaches. All patrons need to be on the beach dressed and ready to go 10 minutes prior to the session start time. Latecomers cannot join a session that has already started once the safety brief has been delivered.
Gift Vouchers are available!
Come on ….. and have a Fantastic Time!
Participants should note that Stoney Aqua Park is a strenuous outdoor physical activity that does requires strength, stamina and fitness. The runways and obstacles of the course are all inflatable items anchored in place and floating on the water surface. As such they are slippery and form an unstable but fun platform, where injuries can and do occur. Waivers must be signed by all participants before they can use the park.