For splashtacular fun you can't go past Wet 'n' Wild Water World, Australia's biggest and best water theme park.
Not one, not two, but four new full looping transparent slides are now open at Wet 'n' Wild. The 'AquaLoop' begins when the trap door is released and the rider plummets, accelerating into a massive vertical free fall drop and then up into a transparent looping slide! The slide is gut wrenching, heart-pounding and gravity-defying and takes riders to speeds of up to 60 kilometres per hour!... more
Ride the endless waves on the awesome new FlowRider. Kamikaze is a wicked multi-million dollar ride 'on the edge' of innovation and design technology now open at Wet 'n' Wild Water World! Surfrider delivers the experience with major thrills as you plummet 30 metres through wild water sprays while spinning on a giant surfboard - insane!
The awesome Tornado is an enormous thrill slide offering adrenaline addicts the ultimate extreme aquatic experience. If you're after a slower pace head to the River Rapids at White Water Mountain or drift round a tropical paradise at Calypso Beach.... less
Little Buccaneers aged 10 and under can set sail for their own special area full of fun activities and entertainment. Children can climb aboard a colourful pirate galleon and open fire with the water cannon, explore the caves beneath the volcano, swing on the flying fox or ride on a friendly crocodile.
Wet 'n' Wild Water World offers disabled parking and a limited number of wheelchairs. Some rides and pools have disabled access with assistance. Rates for guests with a disability are available at the ticket booths.
When it's time to eat, check out Wet 'n' Wild Water World's food and beverage outlets for a tasty snack. At the Bombora Burger Bar burgers, hotdogs, cold drinks and light snacks are all on the menu. Cool off with an ice cold ice cream or enjoy a light snack and coffee at The Ice Cream Parlour or check out Kahuna's Chicken 'n' Chips for tasty meals.
Height restrictions apply to some of Wet 'n' Wild Water World's slides and attractions. For safety and other reasons, some guests maybe restricted from access to certain rides. Contact Guest Services at Wet 'n' Wild Water World for further information.
When it's time to eat, check out Wet 'n' Wild Water World's food and beverage outlets for a tasty snack. Height restrictions apply to some of Wet 'n' Wild Water World's slides and attractions. For safety and other reasons, some guests may be restricted from access to certain rides. Contact Guest Services at Wet'n'Wild Water World for further information.
How To Get There
Wet'n'Wild Water World is located next to Warner Bros. Movie World just 20 minutes north of Surfers Paradise and 45 minutes south of Brisbane. From Surfers Paradise, drive along the Gold Coast Highway to Smith Street and follow the signs to Brisbane and the Pacific Motorway. The exit to Wet'n'Wild Water World is clearly signed.
From Brisbane, follow the signs to the Gold Coast and the Pacific Motorway and the exit directing you to Wet 'n' Wild Water World. No car? No problem! If you do not have a car, there are still plenty of transport options available to get to Wet 'n' Wild Water World including the local Surfside bus service on regular route; all major tour coach operators travel to Wet'n'Wild Water World via major hotels and accommodation; Limousines and Taxi services to the main gate.
Group rates apply for groups of 20 people or more.
|Adult||$59.99||01 Mar - 30 Jun|
|All Tickets||$99.99||01 Jun - 30 Jun||Buy a VIP Magic Pass for unlimited entry to Sea World, Movie World and WetnWild Gold Coast|
|$39.99||01 Mar - 30 Jun||Children under 3 are free of charge.|
|Concession||$39.99||01 Mar - 30 Jun||Available to Australian and New Zealand residents upon presentation of a Government Pension Card.|
* Please note: These rates are indicative based on the minimum and maximum available costs of listed products and services. To obtain a firm price from the provider, please use the contact the operator. All prices are quoted in Australian dollars.