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Waterbomb Park

Perth, WA
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Waterbomb Park

I've read that you can purchase WaterBomb park tickets from Vendors at around 50% off. Are these legit tickets and where can you find these vendors? Otherwise how much is it for adults and children aged 7 to 12. Many thanks

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Here is the link to Waterbom Park


The rates for adults is $23USD and children 2-12 is $13USD each. I am pretty sure they used to have a family pass but not certain on this. I did get some discounted tickets on JL Kartika Plaza and quite a few people were offering them. I did buy them but not sure how much of a discount I got.

Don't forget you can also leave Waterbom and come back later in the day and your entry pass includes this. My daughter went in the morning and wore herself out so back to the hotel for a rest and then back to Waterbom later in the afternoon.

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i have not seen any tickets at vendors for up to 50% off. they will sell them at a discounted rate but only a few dollars and also packages with lunch. before you buy any look at waterbom park itself and see what is on offer. the other option is that IF you are staying in tuban at one of the hotels that are participating in the "south kuta passport" they have a book of discounts they give to guests. included is one for waterbom park entrance including lunch, this was the cheapest offer we could find.

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I've never heard that water bomb park giving out 50%off.

Maximum discount is $6USD for adult and $3USD for children under 12 years.

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