What is Wet’n’Wild?
You can splash, slide and swim to your heart’s content at Wet’n’Wild, Australia’s biggest water park located in the Gold Coast. A regular on ‘things to do in Gold Coast’ lists, it has some of the most exhilarating water slides in the country, as well as attractions the whole family will enjoy. Whether you want to get your adrenaline pumping or just cool off and have some fun, Wet’n’Wild has you covered. This family-friendly water park is the perfect choice for a hot summer day or any day, as it's open throughout the year.
How much are Wet’n’Wild tickets?
Here at Adrenaline, you’ll find a range of Wet’n’Wild ticket options. For the latest prices check the products onsite. One of our best-selling options is the three-day Village Roadshow pass, giving you access to Wet’n’Wild, Warner Bros. Movie World and Sea World over three consecutive days. This usually retails at $139 and is a great value for money admission option for some of Gold Coast’s best theme parks.
We also offer a seven-day pass, which is a great option for those wanting a little extra time at the three parks. Priced around $159, it gives unlimited entry and over seven consecutive days. This should give you plenty of flexibility and time to make the most of each location.
Those planning a break of a couple of weeks or more, or locals looking for a fun way to make the most of a staycation could go for the 14 day mega pass. This offers the same unlimited access to Sea World, Movie World and Wet’n’Wild as the other theme park ticket passes, but also gives you entry to the authentic Aussie farm experience Paradise Country.
What rides are at Wet’n’Wild?
There are plenty of thrill slides and rides at Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast, with options that’ll put a smile on the face of visitors of all ages. For maximum thrills jump on Tornado and take a ride to the eye of the storm, hitting speeds of up to 40km/ph in a four-person clover-leaf tube. Or strap in for Surfrider, with its giant 30-metre drop with awesome 360-degree turns. And, when it’s time to take things at a more leisurely pace, there’s Calypso Beach, where you can sit back and drift through sub-tropical gardens in a soft tube.
No visit would be complete with a dip in the Giant Wave Pool and you can let the kids have some fun at Wet’n’Wild Junior, a huge fun zone with eight water slides and miniature versions of our larger water slides, plus a tipping bucket! When it’s time to sit back and relax, head to Whirlpool Springs. These relaxing hot tubs are suitable for all ages and the perfect spot to take a break from what’s sure to be an action-packed day out.
And don't forget, with access to Warner Bros. Movie World and Sea World, there's still plenty more fun to be had.
Where to buy Wet’n’Wild tickets?
You can buy Wet’n’Wild tickets online here at Adrenaline. Booking ahead can save you time and money, and we have ticket deals for Gold Coast’s best theme parks, so take a look at the options for yourself and give yourself an adventure to look forward to.
Where is Wet’n’Wild located?
Wet’n’Wild is on the Gold Coast, Australia. It’s on the Pacific Highway, around 15 minutes from Surfers Paradise and 40 minutes from Brisbane. The Gold Coast region can be reached via Gold Coast or Brisbane international and domestic airports for those travelling from overseas or interstate.
What are Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast opening hours?
Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast operating hours are seasonal, but gates open at 10am throughout the year. From late September through to the end of April gates typically close at 5pm Sunday to Thursday and 6pm Friday and Saturday. From May to September gates closes 3.30pm Monday to Friday and 4pm Saturday and Sunday. These hours are subject to change, so please check with the theme park ahead of your visit to avoid disappointment.
Does Wet’n’Wild have heated water?
Wet’n’Wild aims to keep the water in all pools and slides at an average temperature of 25 degrees, but this may vary depending on overnight temperature and wind chill. Whirlpool Springs is heated to a warm 35 degrees Celsius.