Summer’s biggest splashdown – Tropic Like It’s Hot – is set to hit the City of Gosnells with a super-soaked day out for the whole family.
Some of Western Australia’s biggest waterslides will take over Sutherlands Park in Huntingdale on Saturday 25 February and Sunday 26 February.
Other attractions to keep the whole family active and entertained include a dunk tank, Supa Soak Battle Maze, beach volleyball, giant games, live DJ, food trucks and much more.
There will be two sessions each day, from 9am to 12pm and 1.30pm to 4.30pm, with free tickets for this all-ages event available from Tuesday 24 January.
Mayor Terresa Lynes said Tropic Like It’s Hot is a sure way to cool down this summer.
“We will have more than 25 waterslides at this popular event, creating summer fun and entertainment for the whole community to enjoy, here in the City of Gosnells,” she said.
“I encourage you to book your spot early to avoid disappointment and get ready to take to the giant waterslides.”
Tropic Like It’s Hot is a City of Gosnells event, sponsored by Lotterywest.
Tickets and further details are available from the City’s website at gosnells.wa.gov.au.