Wet'n'wild Gold CoastCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: Pacific Highway Oxenford, Gold Coast QLD 4210, Australia
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +61-755561660
- Ticket Price: 64 AUD
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Water Park, Food And Drinks
Wet'n'wild Gold Coast - Review
Wet and Wild water park is one of the most coveted attractions in Oxenford. It offers a world class line-up of pools and slides for everyone. The highlight inside this water park is Wet'n'Wild Junior, a huge new zone just for little adventures. This zone is especially designed for kids as it features kid-friendly water slides including miniature versions of our larger thrill slides like Tornado and the Aqua Racers. The best part of the park is its amazing 'AquaLoop' slide. The slide sends you plummeting and accelerating into a massive vertical free fall. There is also an extreme H2O Zone with the Tornado, Blackhole, Mach 5 and Kamikaze. So have some fun filled with water during the sunny days in Oxenford.
Wet'n'wild Gold Coast Ticket Prices
- Children(3-13 yrs): $49.00
- Children under 3 years are free.
- Concession: $49.00 (Available to Australian and New Zealand residents upon presentation of a Government Pension Card)
How To reach Wet'n'wild Gold Coast by Public Transport
- Nearest Train Station: Coomera Train Station
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Things to Know Before Visiting Wet'n'wild Gold Coast
95% of people who visit Oxenford include Wet'n'wild Gold Coast in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
62.5% of people start their Wet'n'wild Gold Coast visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
3 Hrs 30 Minutes
People usually take around 3 Hrs 30 Minutes to see Wet'n'wild Gold Coast
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Wet'n'wild Gold Coast
Wet'n'wild Gold Coast, Oxenford Reviews
rides are pretty fun, and the waits we had were very short because it was rainy. I'm sure the waits would be SUPER long on hot/sunny days, so my advice is to go on a rainy one. all the attractions are still really fun and the water isn't very cold! only downside is that on a few rides you have to carry an inflatable up quite a few flights of stairs. that really sucks
We had loads of fun. Went on a cloudy, rainy day, which was cool because there were no lines at any of the slides. The water is heated, but not exactly warm. The hot tubs are nice on a chilly day. Tip: bring your own food. The food there is expensive and not too tasty.
Best value when you purchase the multi-day pass. The water park maybe a bit older, but well maintained and clean. A good mix of thrill and family fun. There is an excellent junior area for children less than 10 years old. Food is of better quality than McDonald’s, so it can justify a slightly higher price.
Lots of fun and with a variety of different water rides. Would recommend going in the summertime, it was freezing when we went in winter and the hot springs were filled with people understandably. But great for all ages and would recommend going there for family fun.
We rode everything at least once in half a day. Some very fun experiences on each of the rides. Kids had a blast would definately do it all again. The wave pool is fun for the family. Nice place to go on a warm day.