Wet n Wild Water World Gold Coast
Where is it at?
Wet n Wild Water World
WetnWild Water World
Tel: 61 7 5556 1660
Where are we going today?
If you want to make a SPLASH in the Gold Coast with the family, then head on over to Wet N Wild Water World, because there it's ALL about water fun!
Your splashtacular day of adventure will begin as soon as you walk in the doors. Whether you are a brave water baby who loves that adrenaline, or the family member that loves things a little more gentle, there is something for you.
For those heart-pounding rides, head straight to the Extreme H20 Zone! Be prepared to take on the terrifying Tornado that starts at 15m high, then blasts you down a HUGE 40m long tunnel, where you will spin and spin into the eye of the storm!
How about trying the Blackhole, where you are sent down spirals in complete darkness, or perhaps the Kamikaze calls you where you experience the sensation of zero gravity. Ever thought you would experience that at a water park? You do at Wet N Wild!
For those who love the rides but don't want to quite try so extreme, there are still plenty of fun experiences for you! You can scale new heights as you slip into the belly of the snake in the Constrictor, or jump on board of the BIGGEST waves in the entire world, as you strap onto a giant surfboard and then spin round and round on a 30m high wave - hang ten dude!
But Wet N Wild is a family experience, which is where there is kiddie sized fun just waiting for you! Wet N Wild Junior is a HUGE zone just for those little water adventurers, and the giant wave pool gives kids the feeling of being in the ocean, without actually having to step foot in one!
So grab those bathers and sunscreen, and let's slip, slop and slap our way into some Gold Coast water fun - it's time to get Wet N Wild!
How much does it cost?
- Children$49 (Ages 3 to 13)
- Free Under: 3 years and under
When can we go?
10am to 5pm daily.
Open 7 days a week, excluding ANZAC Day & Christmas Day
They LOVE having school visit! So why not organise an excursion at a discounted rate. A great way to celebrate the end of year!.
All that sliding can make you pretty hungry, so make sure you check out Wet’n’Wild’s delicious food and beverage outlets for a tasty snack. Plus, if you’ve got a bit of a sweet tooth, head to the new Twisted Ice Cream Parlour. You can choose your soft serve and select a range of toppings, AND you can even eat it out of a bucket with a spade! .
Make sure you take plenty of bottled water!.
Any Top Tips?
Make sure you are sun smart - the sun can get really hot in Queensland so make sure you take hats and sunscreen.
Need a little extra help?
There are cabanas specifically for wheel chair access.
Can I get one of those?
For all the latest in fashion swimwear and Wet’n’Wild surf wear, as well as some cool souvenirs, make sure you stop by the shops located near the exit. .
There are some height restrictions on some of the attractions, so make sure you take note of these as they are for your safety.
What people are saying?
by Paula Reyes
This watermark is ok for what it is. There are definitely better ones out there, larger, newer, more variety of rides, etc. But considering the age and all of this park you have to take it as it is. They don't charge that much so I think it can be fair. I went over the holiday weekend with my nieces and nephews, they seemed to like it for the most part. Place looked kind of dirty. Don't think the kids noticed of course but adults would.
by David Wagner
My mother almost drowned at this park due to poorly trained "lifeguards". It seems their only job is to blow a whistle and hope everything works out. They let her suck water after coming through a waterslide for a good minute just blowing the whistle to let her know to get out so I (at the top, waiting and not being able to see anything other than the "lifeguard" 30 feet from my mother just blowing his whistle) could come down. It wasn't until I got down that I got the whole story and realized that guy sat in his chair just blowing his whistle while...Read More
by Anthony Woods
Well the place sucks! It's dirty, over priced and a complete waste of time. You're better off saving your money and making a drive to any where else.
by Estela Reyes
I love it there nice people good rides
by Nadia Smith
i go every year for the Balloon Fest always have a good time with the fam but when a four year old says the water is brown and doesnt want to get in curtin pool areas that should tell you somthing .Disappointed
by David Wagner
My mother almost drowned at this park due to poorly trained "lifeguards". It seems their only job is to blow a whistle and hope everything works out. They let her suck water after coming through a waterslide for a good minute just blowing the whistle to let her know to get out so I (at the top, waiting and not being able to see anything other than the "lifeguard" 30 feet from my mother just blowing his whistle) could come down. It wasn't until I got down that I got the whole story and realized that guy sat in his chair just blowing his whistle while my mother felt like she was drowning and couldn't get up and out.
That wasn't the only whistle blowing incident we had that day either. Instead of giving clear direction for park rules they just blow a whistle until you figure it out. Case in point I brought three paid for (at $5 a piece) tubes into the wrong area to accompany my kids while they went on the kiddy slides. The tubes weren't necessary for the slides but I wanted to stay close in a very crowded area (keep in mind I was carrying them, not floating around in them). As soon as I started to enter the pool, with my children, all the "lifeguards" started blowing their whistles. I realized they were looking at me so I asked the closest one what happened and she just looked at me with disgust and blew her whistle while motioning me out of the pool.
You might think this isn't too out of the ordinary but the fact is I was told that if the tubes were stolen, even though I had a bracelet saying I had bought them for the day, I would not get new ones without paying again. Considering you have to rent these tubes to enjoy any ride in this park and theft of these tubes is rampant I was forced to either let my two minor daughters enter this pool alone while I stood way off where I couldn't see them or, tell them they can't go in and use the slides set up just for their age group (for the record, they were 6 and 8 at the time). I certainly didn't want to put their lives in the hands of this group of apathetic kids with whistles.
For military families who move into this area. Trust me, its not worth the cost or the hastle. Wanna beat the heat? Use the pools on Bliss. Yeah, their not a waterpark but their not as crowded and their staff is much better.