FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Here’s some other questions visitors often have for The Maze, home of Outback Splash:
What is known about Australian Aboriginal history in the region?Noongar people have lived in the south-west of Western Australia for more than 45,000 years. Whadjuk is the name of the dialectal group from the Perth area. For maps and a detailed history please visit noongarculture.org.au.
Can we bring our own food, drinks and alcohol into the park?Guests are permitted to bring their own food & drink, including alcohol. As this is a family orientated park, please be discreet with your use of alcohol & only drink within your picnic area. No alcohol consumption is permitted at the water playground, café, on the decking, near the ticket office or while participating in any of the activities. Please note, The Maze is a glass free venue.
Does the entry price include everything? Yes – at The Maze everything is included in the entry fee so there’s no extra charges to enjoy any of the activities. The only additional charges apply to the Koala Experience and any food or refreshments you may wish to purchase.
Is the park wheelchair accessible?Yes – for the majority of the park. We have been working hard to upgrade our sealed path network and wheelchairs can now easily access the vast majority of the park.
Do you keep lost property?Yes – as a courtesy to our Guests, lost property is collected and kept for two weeks. After this time the property is donated to our supported charity, or handed to the local police.
Can we bring our own pop-up shade?Yes – Guests are able to bring their own portable marquee and set it up on the grassed areas. Please be sensitive to other Guests when moving your portable gazebo through the admission queue; it is recommended to purchase your tickets first and bring large items, eskies, etc through the café separately.