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The Best Fun You'll Have These School Holidays
Adelaide! Grab your bathers and get ready to splash and bounce your way through summer! Splash'N'Bounce, SA's first fully-mobile inflatable water park, is bringing waves of fun to Elizabeth's Ridley Reserve from 26 December 2016 to 25 January 2017. There'll be awesome inflatable waterslides, pools and fun activities for the whole family to enjoy.
Splash'N'Bounce is bringing epic fun to Adelaide this summer!
The Polar Affair and Octopus Dare pools pack slippery slides and in-water games like basketball and volleyball, while the epic Godzilla Slide is 55m of adrenaline-packed slip 'n slide fun!
Standing at 12m high, the Godzilla Slide is 55m of adrenaline-packed slip 'n slide fun!
There'll be plenty of delicious food and drinks on hand to keep up those energy levels, like hot dogs, hot chips, cool salads and burgers, but you're more than welcome to bring your own pre-prepared food. You can even bring your own shade if you're planning to make a day of it – but leave the BBQ's at home.
There'll be awesome rides and carnival games to check out.
Ready to splash and bounce? Three hour sessions are available for each day of the event over the following times:
10am - 1pm
11am - 2pm
12pm - 3pm
1pm - 4pm
2pm - 5pm
3pm - 6pm
At the end of your session if you're still going strong and keen for more fun, you can stay and play for an extra $10 per person!
Splash'N'Bounce recommends people arrive around 15 minutes early to their chosen session for maximum fun.
The Toddler Pirate Pool is only 50cm deep, perfect for kids and parents to splash and relax.
Tickets cost $29.50 per person at the gate or $24.50 if you buy online through StickyTickets.You can also buy in bulk to save, with tickets available in packs of four and eight.
P.S. We all know it's super important to be sun-smart if you'll be spending extra time in the sun, so just a quick reminder to make sure you wear plenty of sunscreen (Splash'N'Bounce will have plenty of sunscreen available at the event, too), a hat and t-shirt or rashies. Socks or water shoes are also recommended – the rides can sometimes get hot on sunny days, especially for little feet.
Images courtesy of Splash'N'Bounce website & Facebook page