Wet’n’Wild Sydney endorses sun safety! Make sure you bring a hat and sunglasses for when you are not using the attractions and make sure your sunscreen offers advanced sun protection to stay on in different conditions such as in the sun, sand, wind, sweat, and contact with water. Re-apply your sunscreen every 90 minutes to ensure constant protection from damaging UV rays. Here are some tips to stay Sun safe:
Try and avoid direct exposure to the sun during the hottest part of the day (between the hours of 10 am and 2 pm) taking advantage of shade particularly during these hours. Also, when visiting the park or being in the sun for long periods of time, be sure to keep hydrated and make sure you drink plenty of fluids. Taking time out for water breaks is the best way to keep you feeling great.
Wet’n’Wild Sydney follows the Royal Surf Life Saving’s guidelines for water safety, the Keep Watch program.
Keep Watch @ Wet’n’Wild Sydney:
Actions, language behaviour or conduct that interferes with a family atmosphere will result in the ejection of the offending person from the Park without refund or any compensation. This includes, but not limited to: offensive clothing or tattoos, profanity, vulgar gestures, running, spitting, fighting, or queue jumping.
Holding a place in the queue is not permitted. If you leave the queue for any reason you will lose your position and you will need to start at the end.
Guest safety is our number one priority at Wet’n’Wild Sydney and our team of dedicated and professional lifeguards are an integral part of our safety procedures. Every lifeguard continues in-service training, with some of the park's lifeguards amongst the most qualified in Australia. But most importantly, each lifeguard on the team is there to make sure that every guest, big and small, gets the most out of their day at the park. Please keep in mind that lifeguards cannot watch everyone all the time, so parents must actively supervise their children.