1-day pass. Valid for as many activities as you like on the same day.
What is cable wakeboarding?
Cable wakeboarding allows you to wakeboard or kneeboard without a boat. The overhead cable system pulls riders around the lake. Riders grab a handle, take off from the start dock and complete laps of the lake. There are strategically placed obstacles around the lake.
Here at Melbourne Cable Park, we house 2 full-size Sesitec Cable Systems. Each cable system offers over 500m of cable wakeboarding fun. Our main lake operates in a clockwise direction and houses 7 carriers which allow for 7 riders to be riding on the lake at one time. These carriers become available once someone falls off. Our front lake allows for us to cater to additional customers during busy periods as well as acting for a hub for our specialist clinics. The front lake houses 6 carriers and operates in an anti-clockwise direction.
Ask at the Cable ticket office for more details.
Group bookings are available. Please contact us for details.
Opening hours are subject to change without notice.
|Cable Ticket||Adult & Child|
|1 hour||$49||Buy Tickets|
|2 hours||$59||Buy Tickets|
|All Day||$84||Buy Tickets|
one-time purchase, usable on each visit
1.5 hours. Equipment and coaching included. 8 years +
Kids only - age 8 to 15 years
|Chicks' Clinic (ladies only)|
2 hours. Equipment and coaching included.
|Beginner Wakeboarding (men & women)|
2 hours. Equipment and coaching included. 15 years+
1 hour. 1-on-1 coaching
|$59 per hour|
+ cost of ride ticket
|Pro Wakeboard hire - suitable for the obstacles||$25 per 1 & 2-hr session|
$45 - all day
|Rip Curl Wetsuit hire -|
Steamer or Spring suit
|$10 per 1 & 2-hr session|
$25 - all day
Here’s what you need to know to get started
You must be 10 years old to ride the cable
Lifejacket & helmet must be worn at all times
All participants must have basic swimming skills
Rashvest & sunscreen recommended