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Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast: Dive into Australia’s biggest water park

Get ready to dive into the River Rapids, Aqualoop, Sky Voyager and many other thrill rides at Australia’s biggest water park – Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast! Splash around in the man-made oases, face your biggest fears at some of the tallest rides in the country, like the Aqualoop, and splurge on food, apparel and surfing equipment at this wondrous water park. Take a look at your Wet’n’Wild tickets below, and find everything you need to know about this thrilling water park!

Why visit Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast?

Guests in the pool at Wet’n’Wild Waterpark, Gold Coast
  • Australia’s #1 water park: Featuring diverse rides like the River Rapids, Aqualoop, Sky Voyager, The Flash: Speed Force across Australia, a visit to Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast will keep you on your toes the entire time! 
  • Thrilling rides: Try Wet'n'Wild thrill rides like the Super Ripper, the Black Hole, Tornado and Super8 AquaRacer to hang upside down, fly into the eye of a storm or cascade down a spinning black hole! 
  • Family-friendly fun: Get to explore the various family-friendly attractions, like the River Rapids, Calypso Beach, Giant Wave Pool and many more, so kids and adults alike can enjoy Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast! 
  • Get to visit Gold Coast: Your tickets also give you the chance to to visit famous surf points in Gold Coast, like Surfers Paradise beach, Tallebudgera Creek, and more!

Your Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast pass explained

'Kaboom' slide at Wet’n’Wild Waterpark, Gold Coast

Multi-day theme park pass

  • Get crazy discounts on your ticket to Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast with the multi-day theme park pass – choose from a three-day pass (3-day unlimited entry), a super-pass (7-day unlimited entry), or a mega pass (14-day unlimited entry) to get access to Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast, Warner Bros. Movie World and Sea World!
  • Immerse in a realm of fantasy and excitement at Warner Bros. Movie World, featuring adventure rides and encounters with your beloved DC superheroes like Batman and Green Lantern. 
  • Enjoy some splash-tastic fun at Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast, with family-friendly rides, adrenaline-boosting thrill slides and more! 
  • At Sea World, get up close and personal with dolphins and penguins, enjoy a variety of shows and presentations, and meet their latest family addition, Mishka the polar bear.

Discounted tickets

Children aged 2 and below go free, and ages 3-13 enjoy reduced ticket pricing. It’s imperative to hold a valid ID.

Thrilling Wet’n’Wild rides

The Wet’n’Wild rides you'll encounter are the key to unlocking thrill and family-friendly fun for visitors of all ages! From topsy-turvy slides to heart-pumping racing rides featuring 8 slides for your friends to compete in, get ready to be splashed, thrown around, experience zero gravity, and much more with each ride at Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast!

Double Barrel slide at Wet’n’Wild Waterpark, Gold Coast

Double Barrel

Height and age restrictions: Min. 107 cm

Hold on tightly to your raft as you get splashed, thrown in the air and into a pool of water in this two-person raft slide! The Double Barrel slide is famously known as one of the tallest water slides in Australia, so be warned: this slide is for the thrill lovers.

Super Ripper slide at at Wet’n’Wild Waterpark, Gold Coast

Super Ripper

Height and age restrictions: Min. 102 cm

Go through a neon-lit infinite bend that genuinely seems infinite, scream through a massive open-air section, and get splashed from head to toe whilst competing against the other slide, which also goes through the same bends and turns!

H2Oasis at Wet’n’Wild Waterpark, Gold Coast


Height and age restrictions: No height restrictions 

This man-made oasis is perfect to chill out in the middle of your thrill-filled day. The H2Oasis is an adventure splash zone featuring slides and small rides for all ages – though children under 10 years will need to be accompanied by an adult.

Kaboom! Slide at Wet’n’Wild Waterpark, Gold Coast


(under maintenance till 10 March 2024)

Height and age restrictions: Min. 107 cm

This ride will take you through see-through slides, making you freefall into a pool of water, only to propel you further into a pitch-black slide, taking you spinning and twisting towards the end of the ride.

Black Hole slide at Wet’n’Wild Waterpark, Gold Coast

Black Hole

Height and age restrictions: Min. 122 cm 

The Black Hole is exactly what it sounds like – a never-ending slide filled with dark turns, pitch-black sections where you’ll be gasping for breath, and a small section of light before you’re sucked into the darkness again!

Kamikaze slide at Wet’n’Wild Waterpark, Gold Coast


(planned maintenance from 18 - 31 March 2024)

Height and age restrictions: Min. 110 cm

This ride will take you through a series of high rises, going up all the way to 11 metres, and bring you back down. Your raft will rock back and forth for a solid 30 seconds, after which the raft will slowly come to a halt.

Tornado slide at Wet’n’Wild Waterpark, Gold Coast


Height and age restrictions: Min. 122 cm

The Tornado is not for the faint of heart, or the motion sick! Get thrown into a literal spinning tunnel as you splash into the water, rotate, freefall, and slide through the bigger and scarier version of the Kamikaze slide! 

Guests on the Super8 Aqua Racer

Super8 Aqua Racer

Height and age restrictions: at least 120 cm

This is the perfect ride for a group of 8 friends! Each rider will start at the same time, plunging down this slide at speeds of 80 kph. This ride’s unique lighting and sensor system make it impossible to cheat, and if you even try, your scoreboard will display a big, fat zero.

Plan your visit to Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast

Learn everything you need to know about visiting Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast before you embark on your adventure! Find the best time to visit, how to get to the park, the best places to dine at, and the accessibility features in the park here! 

Getting there
Park rules
Calypso Bay at Wet’n’Wild Waterpark, Gold Coast
  • Opening hours: Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast is open from 10am to 5pm daily and is closed only on Christmas Day on December 25, and ANZAC Day on April 25.
  • Best time to visit: For the best experience at Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast, we'd recommend planning your visit during the shoulder seasons (March-May and September-November) and going on weekdays over weekends to avoid large crowds. Aim for early mornings to minimise your wait time.

We’d recommend taking a day to explore Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast. It’s not every day you get to spend time at Australia’s biggest water park, so we’d suggest going all out with the rides and attractions here. If you’re short on time, however, make sure to hit all the top rides before you leave!

A family at Wet’n’Wild Waterpark, Gold Coast
  • Address: Pacific Motorway, Oxenford, Gold Coast, Queensland, 4210, Australia
  • Find on map
  • By bus: You can catch the TX7 bus from Helensvale station, which leaves every 15 minutes, daily from 9am to 11:30am. The journey takes about 10 minutes. 
  • By train: You can take the train to either Helensvale station or Coomera station. From Helensvale, transfer to bus route TX7. From Coomera, there is a dedicated shuttle service that runs to Wet'n'Wild during peak season.
  • By car: Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast has ample parking available on-site for a small fee. If you're driving, the park is located on Pacific Highway, Oxenford. 
  • By taxi: This is a great option if you're travelling with a group or have a lot of luggage. However, it can be more expensive than taking public transportation.
Kids enjoying a burger
  • Bombora Burger Bar: Indulge in luscious burgers, fries, and chilled drinks at this burger joint.
  • (seasonal) Frozen Coke Stand: Help yourself to generous helpings of frozen coke slushies, ranging from flavours like Blueberry and Raspberry to Coca Cola. 
  • (seasonal) Twisted DIY Soft Serve: It’s in the name – you get to make your own cone, cup or bucket of your favourite ice-cream, and get to top it with everything you want. 
  • Village Bean Coffee House: Artisanal coffee shop with pastries, sandwiches, coffee, and other beverages. 
  • (seasonal) Pizza Shack: Local pizzeria with a daily special pizza and loads of other classic options to choose from. 
  • (seasonal) Ice Cream Parlour: Choose from a variety of toppings, flavours and syrups for your ice cream, or if you’re feeling adventurous, go for the cinnamon sugar-dusted churros – you won’t regret it!
A man at a shop selling swimwear
  • Billabong: Shop beachwear, like surf shorts, swimsuits and accessories at Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast! Choose from Billabong’s range of apparel and take home some quality beachwear.
  • Surf Shop: Stock up on your beach essentials at the Surf Shop – find everything from sunscreen, surfboards, beach towels and umbrellas, and much more! 
  • Photo centre: Get your photos taken while you experience all the rides at Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast, and come to the Photo Centre at the end, to collect and view all your photos! Get to take home the physical memories of your time here!
Cars at a parking lot
  • Parking: Reserved parking is available for the differently-abled at the first row of the car park. There are ample drop off and pick up ramp spaces for wheelchair users.
  • First aid: The first aid department can store or hold on to any personal medical devices, like a ventilator, or store any medicine that needs to be refrigerated. However, please note that they do not own any equipment of their own apart from the theme-park mandated AED (Automatic Defibrillator). 
  • Lockers: You will find lockers available for hire across the park’s restaurants and shopping outlets. Note that for a large-sized locker, you may be charged anywhere from $12 to $20. 
  • Wheelchair/stroller hire: While the wheelchair hire is complimentary, you’ll have to provide some form of ID. Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast also has an ‘Aquatic Wheelchair’, for accessibility to pool areas such as the Wave pool and Calypso beach. You can book these wheelchairs before your visit, or when you buy your ticket. 
  • Ride accessibility: At Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast, some rides are accessible for wheelchair users. This will be specified at the display board before the ride, or by the Guest Services team during entry.  
  • Bathrooms: Ample accessible bathrooms are situated across the theme park – all with wheelchair access. Contact guest services during your visit for further assistance!
A service dog
  • Service dogs: While pets are not allowed at Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast, service dogs can accompany guests with disabilities. Note that they will not be allowed on rides with the guest. 
  • Flash photography: No flash photography is allowed in any attraction. Cameras may be confiscated if found violating these rules.
  • Alcohol consumption: You may be restricted to enter or evicted if the park authorities find you intoxicated or high. 
  • Smoking: Smoking, vaping and use of e-cigarettes are permitted in designated smoking areas only. 
  • Inspection of belongings: Staff may demand to check guests’ bags on entry to the park, so make sure you comply with their requests on entry. 
  • Food: Outside food and non-alcoholic beverages stored in plastic or tin containers are permitted inside the park.No alcohol, glassware or commercially prepared food is allowed inside.

Frequently asked questions about Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast tickets

What are the different types of passes I can get?

You can choose from 3 different types of passes: a three-day pass (3 day unlimited entry), a super-pass (7 day unlimited entry), or a mega pass (14 day unlimited entry) for access to Warner Bros. Movie World, Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast and Sea World.

How much does the pass cost?

The pass is AU$178.71 for the Three-day pass, AU$191.04 for the Super pass and AU$219 for the Mega pass!

What is the best time to visit the park?

For the best Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast experience, we’d recommend visiting during the shoulder seasons (March-May and September-November), and on weekdays to avoid crowds. Arrive early in the morning for shorter wait times, and check the forecast for pleasant weather conditions.

What are the top rides at the park?

Some of the top rides at Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast are: Double Barrel, Super Ripper, KABOOM!, Black Hole, and Kamikaze. 

Is the park wheelchair accessible?

Yes! Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast is extremely wheelchair accessible, with ramps and staff available to help wherever necessary. Wheelchairs are also available on rent.

Can I bring food inside?

You can bring home-cooked food and drinks inside Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast, but keep in mind that they have to be stored in a plastic or tin container. Commercially prepared food is not allowed inside the park.

Are pets allowed inside?

Pets are not allowed inside Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast, but you can make special requests to bring your service dogs inside. They will not, however, be allowed to be with you during rides.