Visit Victoria’s Biggest Theme Park! Only 40kms from Melbourne!
Funfields boasts a tantalising mix of exhilarating water rides and dry rides. Our theme park is set over 40 acres of stunning countryside and is located minutes north of Melbourne in Whittlesea.
Since its opening, Funfields has continued to grow and is now considered one of Victoria’s leading theme parks. Offering an enticing choice of wet or dry rides, Funfields Theme Park has a ride for almost everyone, no matter what age.
Funfields has over 24 rides and attractions, which include thrill-seeking rides and world-record-setting waterslides. Some rides and attractions include the Alpine Toboggan Slide, an iconic ride that is still a favourite with visitors, the Voodoo 360, the only looping pendulum ride in Australia, and the Gravity Wave, the world’s biggest, longest and tallest Proslide Tornado Wave.
If getting wet is more your style then you will be spoilt for choices. Head to Volcano Beach, Victoria's first outdoor heated wave pool. This monster pool has a capacity of over 1.5 million litres of heated water pumping out waves up to one metre high.
Funfields Theme Park also features three World Record ProSlide Waterslides. Each of these slides, the Kraken Racer, Typhoon and Gravity Wave are the biggest and longest that ProSlide has built anywhere in the World. There is also the two Splashdown inground mat waterslides and two incredible raft waterslides, Blackout and Wipeout.
Top this off with great food and refreshments from the Funfields Outdoor Café or the Refresh Ice Cream Parlour and Fresh Juice bar, and you will have all the ingredients for a fantastic day out!
Set amongst manicured gardens with picnic and BBQ areas, Funfields Theme Park is not only ideal for a great day out, it is also perfect for parties, events, corporate functions, school excursions, get-togethers, and family fun days.
Also, keep an eye out for our famous 50,000 Cadbury Chocolate Egg Hunt hosted every Easter period!
Please note: Funfields is open from the October school holidays through to the April schools holidays.