Sydney set for a wet summer with the arrival of Wet ‘n’ Wild

West Sydney is set to launch it’s newest water park – Wet ‘n’ Wild on December 12, ready for the summer season. With over 30 water slides, the park is set to offer something a little different from its Gold Coast counterpart with its own unique attractions and decorations.

Costing $70 for entry (instead of Gold Coast’s $60 entry), managing director Chris Warhurst said “The pricing is pretty representative of fair value. This theme park has over 40 rides and attractions: that makes it the largest in the world. There are some rides and slides that haven’t been seen ever before, there’s the world’s tallest, world’s fastest, and what we think is the world’s best beach.”

Attractions include a wave pool, an area for children, a skycoaster, lazy river, raft slides and water coasters. The park is based in Prospect, 32km away from Bondi, with the park organising a shuttle bus to get from the city so tourists don’t have to drive.

Over $120 million has been invested in the park, which is expected to provide a boost of $500 million in jobs and economy from tourists.

Its sister park, based in Gold Coast is also home to Australia’s other theme park attractions including Movie World and Sea World, which are both big attractions for the Gold Coast, with many residents of Sydney opting to go to the Gold Coast for their summer and family vacations. For more information visit http://wetnwildsydney.com.au/

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