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Wet'n'Wild Water World

Wet’n’Wild Water World on the Gold Coast is everything you could possible want from a water based theme park, with everything from thrilling rides and slides to relaxing spas and movies.

With something for the whole family, your sure to keep everyone entertained for hours (and possibly days). Here at we only have room for just some of the fantastic adventures available at Wet’n’Wild Water World, but believe us when we say that we haven’t even scratched the surface of what is on offer.

The Kamikaze is a unique combination of wet and dry attraction and is yet another first of its kind for the southern hemisphere. Water jets spray over a giant U-shaped slide creating a frictionless surface as rafts are channelled effortlessly to the bottom.

Thrill seekers will absolutely love this incredible new ride as you plunge down a sheer 11m drop at an angle of 70 degrees that feels like it’s almost vertical. Ride the Kamikaze if you dare, fly in forward and reverse motions reaching exhilarating speeds of up to 50km/h in an extreme experience which includes a ‘zero gravity’ sensation.

Surfrider is a ride that is right on the cutting edge of adrenalin pumping thrills. Ever wondered what it’s like for the big surf riders as they ride some of the biggest waves in the world? This ride delivers the experience with major thrills as you plummet 30 metres while spinning on a giant surfboard and you don’t even have to learn to surf.

The Tornado is an awsome thrill slide of enormous proportions, offering true adrenaline addicts the ultimate in extreme aquatic excitement. Your wild journey begins on the Tornado super-slide starting from a 15-metre high platform, then blasting down a 40-metre long tunnel, right into the centre of a storm. It’s here that you will spin around in the Tornado's funnel using a two or four person clover-leaf tube which splashes you back and forth through the menacing, swirling water. The culmination of this extreme experience sends riders hurtling through the eye of the storm and into the calm waters below.

The Mach 5 is both fast and furious and is made up of five high energy slides.
There are two Sidewinders, which are two of Wet'n'Wild's longest slides, where you can slide down over two hundred metres of crazy twists and turns in open air flumes. So for the ultimate thrill with friends, you can ride one of these massive slides in a three-person tube. The Mach 5 also has the three Jetstreams, these three adrenaline pumping high speed body slides are certainly not for the faint hearted.

Buccaneer Bay Little buccaneers can set sail for their very own aquatic adventure playground full of fun and fantasy at Buccaneer Bay - the ultimate kids' zone full of colour and cool interactive elements.

This multi-level attraction uses an elaborate pirate theme to take children into an imaginative and exciting world to keep them entertained for hours. The main focal point of Buccaneer Bay is a giant bucket mounted at the top of the structure that frequently tips water onto the children as they eagerly await below.
The all-new Buccaneer Bay complex also has a series of purpose built slides to complete the water park experience for the under tens in this ultimate kids' zone. The themed pool area is restricted to children 10 years and under.

Wet'n'Wild Water World - Night out at the movies.
You can catch the best latest-release movies while you float on an inflatable tube in the Giant Wave Pool or lounging on a nearby deckchair. Dive'n'Movies uses a huge 15m X 10m outdoor screen and surround sound system to provide the most amazing outdoor cinema experience.
Dive'n'Movies are included in the normal admission price of the park and screen every Saturday night from November until January and every night from 27 December until 25 January.

Some slides and pools also remain open until the end of the Dive'n'Movie screening at which time the Park closes for the day.


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