Wade in The Rockpools Water Playground
Perhaps the reason why The Little Mermaid wanted a pair of feet so much was because she didn’t have any and she would like to know how it felt to walk on dry land. So perhaps, in return, that’s also the reason why kids would get excited upon seeing water—so they can experience how it feels to be in the water all day long even if they don’t exactly have the fins.
So on your family trip to the Gold Coast, make sure you drop by where there’s water your kids can play endlessly with. Some place safe where you can look somewhere else for a while, and won’t worry what’s to happen next when you look back. Somewhere like The Rockpools Water Playground.
Nestled inside the world class Southport Broadwater Parklands in Marine Parade, Southport, The Rockpools Water Playground will make your kids who love the water jump for joy upon seeing its beauty. Surrounded by trees and shallow waters, they will particularly love the animal statues and water jets that they are free to climb at anytime. And because the water is shallow, you need not worry even just a little because your kids will be safe. You can even join their fun if you want to.
To add more pleasure to the already delightful experience at the playground, you can also take your kids to the huge pillow where they can excitedly jump, and the bike racing track where they can ride bicycles. Both are located at the southern ends of the parklands.
Because the whole Southport Broadwater Parklands is already popular to many, its facilities are already up to date for everybody’s convenience. So expect a boardwalk, boat ramp, picnic shelter, picnic tables, drinking fountain, scooter facility, BMX, boat ramp, fenced playground and more.
Parking is also made convenient for up to 200 car owners at a time because a big space is allotted for this just nearby The Rockpools.
For your Southport accommodation, you may want to try Blue Water Bay Luxury Villas, which is also located in Marine Parade.
Image Source : The Rockpools