Snow Slide is back in the City of Perth for the July school holidays and it’s so much fun! Kids can enjoy the novelty of sliding down a 4m or 12m snowslide on an inflatable ring.
Snow Slide is running 2nd – 17th July with 12 25 minute sessions available each day. Tickets are free but must be booked in advance, you won’t be able to just turn up on the day. Tickets must be secured online and will be released at 10am Monday 27th June for week one sessions (2nd – 9th July) and 10am Monday 4th July for week 2 sessions (10 – 17th July).
Tickets will be available shortly via a direct link on this page www.visitperthcity.com/snowslide, which will be available closer to the release dates. To reserve your tickets all you need is an email address, and a free Oztix account. Save time and set up an account before tickets are released. Go to www.oztix.com.au and click on ‘Register’ in the top left of the screen.
If you already have an Oztix account, make sure you have your login and password details handy for when tickets are released.
Tickets will be available on a first in, first served basis.
A maximum of five (5) tickets can be booked per Oztix account. This is to ensure that as many families as possible get the opportunity to enjoy the free event. Adults do not need tickets.
For those of you who are lucky enough to secure tickets then get ready to have a lot of frosty frozen fun!
Snowslide is located in a large open sided marque in Forrest Place. Last year you had to print out your tickets before attending the event as they were unable to scan your ticket if it is displayed on your smart phone. Whether this is still the case this year is yet to be seen.
The event is suitable for children aged 3 – 12 years and 130 tickets are allocated for every session. Accompanying adults do not need tickets.
Snow Slide this year features two slides. One measuring 4 metres for children under 120cm height and the other measuring 12 metres for children under 120cm. Children are measured on entry and directed to the appropriate queue.
4m slide for children under 120cm in height.
Each slide has two lanes allowing four children to use the slides at any one time.
12m slide for children over 120cm in height
Lasr year the event was really well organized. There was plenty of staff on hand to keep the queues for the slide moving quickly. The session duration is 25 minutes. During that time both kids managed to get 5 turns on the 12m slide.
The only downside is that parents cannot accompany children in the queue. Miss 4 didn’t feel comfortable queuing up on her own without myself or her older sister who was in the separate queue for the 12 metre slide so she decided that she didn’t want to go on the slide.
Snow Slide runs in Forrest Place from 2nd to 17th July 10am – 5pm.
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