Attractions, Things To Do

Splash Out at Raging Waters Sydney

Buckle up: Sydney’s beloved Wet’n’Wild has undergone a major facelift. With new owners, a new name and a jaw-dropping, spine-tingling range of world-first attractions and rides, Raging Waters Sydney is ready to host your best family outing yet.

Fun and Attractions

Raging Waters Sydney has already mastered the wave of adventure, so buckle up for an adrenaline-pumping experience like no other. Boasting over 30 slides and attractions, the theme park is home to some of the tallest and fastest water rides on the planet. Raise your pulse on Whirlwind, a mind-boggling slide that plays on visual and physical sensations, or power up on the 360Rush, a six-story slide that plummets you through a 360 degree loop at 60km/h. 

Not an adrenaline-junkie? After something a little more lighthearted or kid-friendly? You’re in luck, because Raging Waters Sydney is still the place to be! Laze on the white sandy shores of The Beach, or get interactive at the Dinosaur Lagoon. If you’re towing the kids, you’ll also want to pop into Nickelodeon Beach, Australia’s largest kid friendly water park. Say hello to Spongebob and Patrick, pose with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and get soaked in the splash zone areas with the help of the giant tipping bucket and watersprays. There’s also a toddler-friendly zone of Nickelodeon Beach, making it the perfect adventure for the whole family.


Things to Do

After you’re drenched, you might like to relax for a little while. There’s no shortage of things to do within the theme park, so why not make the most of it and spend the day? 
If you’re ready to shop til’ you drop for souvenirs, magnets and Raging Waters relics, head to the High Tide Gift Shop. Forgotten sunscreen or a hat? Pop into the Beach Hut for all of your essential items. 
If you’ve worked up a hunger, you’re in luck. Raging Waters has a delicious range of dining and take-away options available. For a hearty meal, opt for Ragin’ Chicken, BB Burgers or Luigi’s Pizza. If you’re after something a little naughtier, Sweet Shop and Splash ‘n’ Go are your best bets.
If you’re in for the long haul, you can also opt to unwind in your very own cabana for the day. Depending on your budget and how many people are in your crew, there’s four options you can choose from: Beach View Cabana, Family and Family VIP Cabana, or Wave Pool VIP Cabana. The cabanas offer a shaded space with comfortable chairs and a food-delivery service. The VIP cabanas also come with a television and fridge.

Cost and Season Pass

Day tickets begin at $49.99, with discounts for groups of 15+ and free entry for those under three years old. If your family is dedicated to a good time, it might be worth splashing out on a season pass. 
Varying in cost, there are three passes available: Platinum ($115.99), Gold ($100.99) and Silver ($85.99). For more information, please see the price list here.