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Get ready for the best summer yet at Wet’n’Wild Sydney, situated in the heart of the West. It’s the world’s biggest’n’best water theme park with over 40 slides and attractions, state-of-the-art guest experiences and world-class facilities!
Located on Reservoir Road, off the M4, the park is home to an array of thrilling slides and attractions that the whole family will love.
Adrenaline seekers will enjoy 360Rush, a 40ft free fall and 360 degree loop experience, or T5, swirling guests through a 60-foot dark funnel. Adventure seekers can’t miss Tropical Cyclone with its series of jaw-dropping twists and turns, or Double BOWLSeye spinning guests through a series of super sized bowls. The Beach is Australia’s largest wave pool with over 6,800,000 liters of water, the finest sand and perfect waves every time making it the world’s best inland sea.
This is a new attraction to the 2016-17 season. Come face to face with creatures of the prehistoric past! As a gentle current pushes you along in an inflatable tube, check out fierce carnivores and interactive humongous herbivores that are sure to leave kids in awe!
Brand New To 2016-17 Summer:
Wet’n’Wild has some exciting new additions on offer for families including more shade, more eating options, and evena surf school where you can hang 10 in the controlled, safe environment of the wave pool! Event highlights include Cinema in the Sand, the Live Summer Music Series & the Showtime FMX Summer Slam.
Have A Ride on a Slide:
From the most extreme attractions at Wet’n’Wild Sydney to the more adventurous, the slides rocket you down, swish you side-to-side and can even have you doing full loops!
Check out the Slides HERE.
Have A Swim:
For those who prefer a calmer visit to the park, why not check out The Beach, Australia’s largest wave pool or grab a tube and be carried along by the gentle current in Boomerang Bay!
Check out the Pools HERE.
Have A Splash with the Little Kids:
If you think Wet’n’Wild Sydney is only for big kids, think again! Nickelodeon Beach is designed especially for kids and features 10 kid-friendly water slides including miniature versions of the larger thrill slides! There’s plenty to keep the little adventurers entertained all day!
Nickelodeon Beach is also home to some of the world’s best known Nickelodeon characters including SpongeBob and Patrick, Dora and Boots, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and the Bubble Guppies.
Check out the Kids Slides, Splash Zones and Bays HERE.
Have Fun with the Pay-Per-Play & Tapn’n’Play Attractions:
Wet’n’Wild Sydney is also home to great pay-per-play attractions! Catch the perfect wave on The Surf Deck, or soar through the air on the Sydney SkyCoaster, the largest double SkyCoaster in the world.
Check out the Pay-Per-Play Attractions HERE. They have also introduced an awesome Tap’n’Play system so that you can wait less and play more!
For your safety, restrictions apply to some of the Wet’n’Wild attractions. Ride Restrictions HERE.
Ellaslist opinion: We think Wet’n’Wild Sydney is an exciting place to be and there’s always something going on. Wet’n’Wild now offers great value for families… If you go more than once, definitely go for the Season Pass to save $.
Single Day General Admission: General: $80 (110cm and over), Junior: $70 (Under 110cm), Pensioners: $60, Senior (60yrs+): $20 . The Sumer Days Pass is worth considering, selling for $99. Prices available here.
Facilities: Car parking is available at the front of the park (fees apply) or if you’re a Gold or Platinum Season Pass holder, parking is free for the whole season; Keep cool and in the shade: Cabanas are available for all-day hire; Lockers are sold on a first-come, first-served basis; MyBand is a ground breaking RFID technology and allows visitors to have a seamless in-park experience without needing a phone or wallet; Wheelchair and Stroller Hire available; Accessible toilets and change room facilities are available throughout the park; Lost and Found is located at the main entrance.
Getting There: Click here to get information about location, directions and transport.
Hours and Operating Schedule:
For the summer 2016-17 season, Wet’n’Wild extended their opening hours! They are closed on Mondays, and open from 10am-8pm Tuesday-Sunday!
Park Map HERE.
Purchase TICKETS HERE.
Enjoy your splash adventure at Wet’n’Wild!
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