is an inflatable adventure park on the Yarrawonga foreshore and right adjacent to the Mulwala Bridge.
Just a short swim from the foreshore Aquazone is 50-square metres of sheer waterborne fun for the whole family. Photo: Ian Gill / Footloose PhotoBank
A 50-square metre playground, the park's combination of waterslides, trampolines and obstacle courses caters for thrill seekers from 7-years of age upwards.
Life jackets must be worn at all times and some pretty stringent safety restrictions apply, but if you play by the rules, Aquazone is an incredibly energetic and fun experience.
A leisurely swim to the Iceberg and jump from the top is easy on a calm day but try it when the winds up and the obstacles are bobbing all over the place. Photo: Ian Gill / Footloose PhotoBank
Aquazone is open daily throughout summer with 50-minute sessions, commencing each hour between 10 AM and 5 PM. Plan to arrive at least 30-minutes prior to your session in order to be fitted with a lifejacket and undertake a safety briefing.
A single session ticket costs $18. A Family Session Pass lasing 1-hour and covering 2 Adults and 3 Kids costs $80. Package options include a VIP Family Unlimited Pass and Group Bookings for 25 or more customers. There's also a range of Summer Splash Gift Cards available for purchase.
Negotiating the Aquazone obstacles is not as easy as it looks. Photo: Ian Gill / Footloose PhotoBank
Children under 15 years of age will only be admitted if they are accompanied and supervised by an adult aged 18 years or over. All participants need to be able to swim a minimum of 20-metres unassisted.
Summer on the Murray can be incredibly hot, so if you find yourself anywhere near Yarrawonga/Mulwala in such circumstances, Aquazone could be just the spot for you to enjoy a great fun way to cool down.
Yarrawonga is 284 kilometres north of Melbourne, about a 3-hour 20-minute drive via the M31 Hume Freeway to Benalla, then the A300.
Aquazone is fun for the whole family with the added bonus of a dip in the waters of Lake Mulwala on a hot summers day. Photo: Ian Gill / Footloose PhotoBank