Jubilee celebrates water park

An artist’s impression of the water park at Jubilee estate. (Supplied)

By Alesha Capone

Construction has begun on a $15 million private indoor water park in Wyndham Vale’s Jubilee estate.

The attraction is set to become Australia’s first privately owned water park.

Wyndham council approved plans for the water park in 2016.

To be named Club Jubilee One, the water park will include a 25-metre lap pool, a leisure pool, two indoor water slides, a gym and a junior fun zone with water cannons and ground sprays.

The estate’s developer Lotus Living has appointed McCorkell Constructions to build the water park, the first of three recreation centres planned for Jubilee.

Residents of the estate will receive a membership to the park.

Lotus Living project director Daniel Smith said the water park had been designed to appeal to all age groups.

“This concept is an industry first and we want to continue to create a more unique community,” Mr Smith said.

“In designing and creating the water park, we want to give our future residents a place they can enjoy with their kids, grandkids and generations to come.

“Club Jubilee One will be enjoyed by the entire Jubilee community. We have designed our recreation centres with specific aspects that appeal to every generation, acting as central
hubs for our residents and guests to socialise.

“Construction commencing on the water park marks a significant step for Lotus Living – it’s one of those moments where our grand ideas come to life and become tangible to the

Jubilee will be home to more 7000 dwellings once its construction is completed, with about 20,000 residents expected to move in across the next 15 years.

Plans for the 482-hectare estate include a 5.4-hectare town centre with 8000 square metres of commercial space; a 1.2-hectare neighbourhood centre and 77 hectares of parklands, sports fields and cycling paths.