The interactive splash pad features small bubblers that cascade water over rocks, and larger water jets that splash water onto the splash pad for children to play in and walk through.
The splash pad features a range of timed jets and bubblers linked to foot sensors to provide children a place to explore, splash, connect, create and play.
Operating times and conditions of use
The system is automated to operate between 9.30am and 8pm in summer months and foot buttons are only active during these times.
The splash pad is a treated body of water that must meet health regulations to operate. The control system continually tests the water and when chemical levels do not meet specifications, it will turn itself off to fix the issue. This may cause the splash pad to stop operating for as little as five minutes, or on occasion it may take more than an hour. Once the system detects the chemical levels are acceptable the splash pad will restart.
Recent upgrades to the splash park have improved water quality and system reliability so people of all ages and abilities can enjoy an interactive nature-based splash pad experience.
Signs placed at access paths to the water play feature will detail the conditions of use. Parental supervision of children using the water play feature is required. No dogs or pets are allowed. Food, drink and glass is banned.