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Jungle Float Sydney

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Published October 10th 2017
Sydney's newest playground is on the Harbour this Summer
Get excited Sydneysiders! There's a brand new attraction hitting the harbour this summer!



Jungle Float Mobile Water Park will be Sydney's most popular leisure activity this season for sure. It's also Sydney's only floating water park and it contains 6 different fun attractions onboard:

One Slide
Two Trampolines
One High Jump
One Medium Jump
Rope Swing



You board this mobile fun parlour at Clontarf Beach, then the boat cruises out into open water for you to begin your escapades. There are obviously strict safety rules, but you still can try out your Tarzan moves to impress your mates and your date.



Jungle Float will be the perfect activity for Christmas parties, end of HSC muck-ups and family catch ups over the silly season. It would also make for the perfect Christmas gift for that very hard to buy for person in your life. Please note children under the age of 12 years are not permitted to do any of the activities onboard unless they are under the direct supervision of an adult.



Jungle Float has a total capacity of 40 guests, so you must book in advance to secure your tickets, especially if you are planning on going as a group. Tickets start at $30.00 for an individual and can be booked online here. Sessions last for 90 minutes and are only available on weekends and school holidays for individuals. Groups can book throughout the working week.
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Why? To play is Sydney's only floating water park!
When: From 11.00am - 5.00pm on Weekends for individuals.
Phone: 0467 801 941
Where: Pick up from Clontarf Beach
Cost: From $30.00
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Hope they take you well away from Clontarf. There's a reason for the shark net - the bull shark breeding ground near the Spit bridge!
by Neil (score: 0|2) 10 days ago
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