Australia’s first mobile water park is coming to Liverpool!
Get excited for a whole lot of outdoor summer fun because Waterworld Central is coming to Liverpool for the summer school holidays!
Waterworld Central will bring giant inflatable pools and slides to Woodward Park from Saturday 28th December 2019 to the Australia Day long weekend on Monday 27th January 2020 (excluding New Year’s Day.) It is the ideal family outing for summer!
There is something for everyone, from giant multi-lane slides and twin slides to race along for the big kids, to smaller slides and wading pools for the little ones.
Thrill seekers will LOVE taking a ride down the brand-new Wave Slide and the X-treme Tuber, which boasts 80m of downhill tubing fun!
If relaxing is more your thing, head to the wading pool to chill out and have a splashing good time! If you still haven’t had enough fun, check out the Zorb Cylinder and experience what it’s like to walk on water!
Ice Age Pool
Entry is free for spectators, and you can buy your tickets easily online here.
Waterworld Central is open daily from Saturday 28th December to Monday 27th January between 10am and 4pm (except New Year’s Day.)
Little Dip ’n’ Slip 2hr Pass for ages 2-16 years — $25 (Excludes Thrill Slides)
Extreme Splash ’n’ Slide 2hr Pass for ages 7-16 years and 120cm and over — $35 (Includes Pool Slides and Thrill Slides, and age, height and weight restrictions apply)
Adult Chill ’n’ Thrill 2hr Pass for ages 17 and over — $25 (Includes pool access and Thrill Slides)
All Day Smasher — $50 (Child or Adult, valid from 10am-4pm, and normal age, height and weight restrictions apply)
Waterworld Central is set to be Sydney’s favourite summer school holiday activity, so get your tickets today! For more information and to book, visit the website.
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