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Gumbuya World

Gumbuya World

Gumbuya World (formerly known as Gumbuya Park) is a nature amusement park located in the area of Tynong; located south-east of Melbourne.

This park features a beautiful natural oasis; featuring water rides, roller-coaster, tree swing, dodgem cars, lazy river and so much more!

Gumbuya World, Park Admission Ticket Prices, Open Hours, Rides & Map

Those with kids will be pleased to know that Gumbuya World has recently been renovated and is now Melbourne’s newest theme park with new rides as well as native wildlife; including wallabies, Australian birds, kangaroos, wombats, emus and dingos.

Back in 1978, the park was originally farmland. Later, this quaint farm was converted into a small wildlife park and opened to the public. By 1981, the Greenleaf restaurant was built on site. In 2017, the park was renovated to bring the park into the 21st century!

This perfect family outing spot has something unique for everyone. Gumbuya World consists of a number of ‘worlds’, each with its own unique twist. ‘Oasis Springs’ is where you will find fun waterslides, lazy river and Typhoon Island. ‘Oz Adventure’ has a fun roller coaster, tree swing and a trackless train. “Outback Explorers” is perfect for little kids with a range of rides for younger kids including dodgem cars and pirate ship. The “Wildlife Trail” will bring you up close and personal with koalas and dingoes and visitors will also be able to walk through a huge aviary and pat some animals in the petting zoo.

Visitors are able to purchase food and drinks inside the park, however, Gumbuya World does not allow outside food (with the exception of baby food and water bottles). There are no onsite BBQ’s at Gumbuya World, so, unfortunately, picnic BBQ’s are not permitted and dogs are also not permitted in the park. All public spaces in Gumbuya World are pram and wheelchair friendly.

You can get to Gumbuya Park by taking the M1 (Princes Freeway) 75kms from the Melbourne CBD, the trip will take approximately 1 hour. There are no public transport options that can get you to Gumbuya Park easily. The closest train station is Tynong which is 5.7kms away.


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Adult: $49
Child (3-15yrs): $43
Child (Under 3yrs): Free
Senior: $43
Multi-season passes available

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