Teens trespassing on rides and slides at a Perth water park have prompted a warning from police.
Adventure World is currently closed for the winter but it is now proving an enticing playground for another type of thrill-seeker.
Local police took several reports last week about people breaking in and they want it to stop.
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“Can we ask all parents to remind their teenage children that Adventure World is private property and jumping the fence onto the grounds is considered trespassing,” Murdoch Police said.
“We’ve had numerous reports this week of youths attending day (and) night whilst the park is closed.”
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Adventure World, based in Bibra Lake in Perth’s southern suburbs, has 28 rides, waterslides and attractions.
On social media, some have claimed it was “easy as” to get in and shared vision of their visits exploring the empty park.
In one video viewed 50,000 times, one person films as he walks through the Kraken, a $7 million waterslide that opened in 2015.
Teens have been warned about breaking into Adventure World to explore the park. Credit: TikTok
In another clip shared to TikTok and “liked” 500 times, a group strolls the same ride and explores other sections of the park, describing it as “sick as”.
One person replying to the police message argued more was needed to keep Perth’s youths entertained if they really wanted to stamp out the issue.
“In that area, total failure of local government. Poverty, crime and drugs are rife,” they said.
“The teenagers in that area have no healthy outlets and are going to repeat the cycle.”
Adventure World will re-open to patrons at the back end of September.
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