Bayside Wakepark and BaySide Aqua Park

Carbrook, Logan City Area

You've tried surfing, love snow skiing and snowboarding or maybe just want to give something new and exciting a go? Welcome to Bayside Wake park! Bayside Wake Park (also commonly known as Cable Ski Logan) is a Wakeboard and Water Ski Park located in the heart of sunny south east Queensland the adventure capital of Australia, right between Brisbane and the Gold Coast. It provides an action packed and fun experience for first time visitors through to advanced riders.

Join them for some fun in the addictive adrenaline rush of wakeboarding, wakeskating or kneeboarding with encouragement and coaching from their trained staff, to ensure a affordable and truly enjoyable day is had by all.
The newest attraction BaySide Aqua Park is fun inflatable water park for all the family from six years old and up (three to six may participate however must be within arms reach of parent/guardian at all times).

Bali Huts and a licenced Kiosk provides comfort for spectators and participants with a range of snack foods and cold beers or pre-mixes.

Beginners to advanced riders, Cable Ski Logan caters for all levels with hire wakeboards and pro wakeboards available.

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Indicative Prices $9 - $100

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearDaily10am - 6pm
80 Ferry Road
Carbrook, Logan City Area
Queensland
Australia

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