One of Sydney's most popular summer attractions would have to be the new Wet 'N' Wild water park. Families from all over Sydney flock to the venue for a day of fun and relaxation. No matter whether you are 4 or 104, there is something to see and do.
For young children, Wet 'N' Wild Junior offers miniature versions of the grown up rides including T5 and H2GO Racers.
Your kids will also love Nickelodeon Beach, which is a home to well known characters including SpongBob, Dora, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and the Bubble Guppies.
Mini Boomerang Bay is a child friendly version of the water park river attraction. Grab a tube and lazily float around in this shallow flow of water.
If you have older kids, they will no doubt love the wave pool, Bombora, Aqua Tube, Half Pipe and Riptide.
For those who want to learn how to bodyboard or surf, Wet 'N' Wild offers The Surf Deck. This is a paid attraction, but well worth the money. For $25 your children will get 45 minutes of surf time and if they are beginners, the staff will teach them and even hold their hand and board, while they master their new skills.
As spaces are limited on The Surf Deck, it is a good idea to pre book to avoid disappointment.
Wet 'N' Wild offers day passes and summer passes, however if you want to save money, go for the Twilight Pass, which provides you with entry after 3pm - the park is open until 10pm and tickets are only $49.
If you haven't yet visited Wet 'N' Wild, I highly recommend it. The facilities are excellent with modern bathrooms, change rooms, cafes, kiosks, ice cream trolleys, lounge chairs and picnic areas, you are sure to have a great time.
As Wet 'N' Wild is a seasonal park, check their website for opening days and times.
Address: 427 Reservoir Rd, Prospect, NSW 2148
At a Glance:
Cost: From $49
Opening Times: Varied, check website for details
Kiosk or Cafe: Yes several
Playground: Yes the park is one giant playground
Age Suitability: All Ages
Parking: A large car park is located outside the theme park.