No, riders using the main cable can turn up and ride anytime during our opening hours. For the Cable Wakeboard Intro lessons, we allocate spaces at the park on the day. Spaces are limited to 8 people per session. Lessons start every hour and every 1/2 hour during busy periods. The only bookings we take are for Kids Club, System 2.0 Party Hire and Private Hire. Please contact us for further details.
Yes. Basic wakeboards and kneeboards are included in the price of your ticket. You also get the mandatory helmet and vest. Please note that these are not for use on any of our obstacles. We have obstacle boards for hire for an extra cost. Please head to our equipment hire page for our latest range and pricing.
Yes, we have a selection of O’Neill wetsuits to hire. The cost to hire these is on our prices page. We do recommend you bring your own wetsuits through the winter months if you have them.
Our opening hours change with the seasons and if there are any special events. Go to the Opening Hours page for the complete listing.
PWP is located just off the freeway, on the corner of Mundijong Rd and St Albans Rd in Baldivis.
The minimum age is 6 years old. We recommend the minimum age to be 6 – 8 years old on the Beginner Lake and 8 – 10 years old on the Main Lake. However, this is a guide only and eligibility needs to be based on the individual child’s water competency and water confidence.
Anyone that wants to ride at Perth Wake Park must watch the safety video, register an account and sign the waiver. Riders over the age of 18 need their own account to sign the waiver. Riders under 18 will need a parent or guardian to create an account, sign the waiver on their behalf detailing their name and date of birth. We strongly recommend that this is done before arriving at the park to save time.
Yes, you can bring your own board. If you want to hit our obstacles, you will need proper bindings and remove any removable fins. Please be aware that hitting obstacles may cause board damage for which Perth Wake Park is not liable. Boards with footstraps are unable to be used on any obstacles.