Water parks in Sydney - photos, prices, description

Water parks in Sydney

Water parks in Sydney

Are you one of those who, on vacation in another country, prefers to conquer extreme water attractions? While vacationing in Sydney, you can fulfill your desire at a local water park.

Waterpark in Sydney

Aquapark “Wet’n’ Wild” pleases visitors:

  • 42 water slides and an extreme zone H2O (it will be appreciated by fans of extreme pastime) - among the attractions it is worth highlighting “360 RUSH”, “T5”, “Tropical cyclone”, “Bombora”, “Typhoon”, “Bowl seye”;
  • 4 pools with mini-attraction type “Slides” and “Mini boomerang” (there are also buckets that periodically splash out on the children);
  • A 150-meter surf pool and a 70-meter pool with 2-meter waves;
  • sports grounds and playgrounds;
  • catering establishments.

Entrance tickets (full day) - 69 Australian $ / adult (ticket for 2 days - 79 $), 54 $ / children (height - up to 1.1m) and seniors (ticket for 2 days - 64 $).

Water activities in Sydney

By booking a room in “Meriton Serviced Apartments Pitt Street”, “Intercontinental sydney” or another hotel with a swimming pool, you can pamper yourself daily with water treatments.

The recreation program should include a visit to the Sydney Aquarium ($ 40 / adults, $ 25 / children) - here visitors are offered to get acquainted with 650 species of sea creatures, see the pool “Mermaid Lagoon” (dugongs and guinea pigs live here), an exposition with representatives of the Great Barrier Reef, as well as tunnels with sharks and seals (paths for people pass through them).

Lovers of water walks will be offered to take a cruise along the Sydney Bay - this pastime will allow you to admire the sights located on the shore. If you wish, you can go on a romantic evening walk (in the night light you will see the Sydney Opera House and Harbor Bridge) with dinner. It is worth noting that yacht cruises are organized regularly throughout the day, and on holidays they are accompanied by additional recreational activities (on average, a 3-hour trip costs $ 80).

And on Sundays, everyone is invited to go on a cruise on a special boat with 3 levels of views (the walk involves watching dolphins).

For a beach holiday, guests of Sydney can head to Bondi Beach (famous for its golden sand and fantastic waves, which is attractive for surfers; swimming here, you can see dolphins and whales swimming by; and next to the Bondi Pavilion - this center hosts various events all year round) , Manly Beach (ideal for boating or kayaking, as well as yachting, diving and surfing; for example, on this beach you can take a surfing lesson - it will cost $ 60/1 lesson), Palm Beach (conditions are created here for water sports).


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  • Water parks in Sydney
  • Water parks in Sydney