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Bored kids and tired parents? Waterpark entertainment a hit
Try a drop of 10 metres on a water slide. Ride the dragon twin slides, dare to go on the dino drop, slide through shark's teeth, sail down the seal slide, whoosh down the castle kingdom, walk on water in zorb bubbles and race your mate. Parents can take bubs into the wade pool to bop around.
All slides and rides are for children 16 years and under. Children 4 years and under must have adult supervision in the pool area (adult supervisor does not need to pay if they're only supervising). The Dino Slide is the only ride adults are allowed on.
There are giant inflatable pools and so much school holiday water fun that it's sure to leave a smile on any child's face and lots of happy holiday memories.
Entry to the area is free but does not allow any rides or water slides. $20 buys a wristband for a set session time. You can choose from 10am - 1pm, 11am - 2pm, 12pm - 3pm or 1pm - 4pm. Please note - it is important that if you're buying your ticket online you must buy it the day before coming to Waterworld Central otherwise it will not be recognised. Wristband tickets can also be purchased at the entry.
Australia's only mobile water park is brought to Sandstone Point Hotel by www.waterworldcentral.com.au. Sandstone Point Hotel is situated right on the water across from Bribie Island and is a great venue for a lunchtime meal after the kids have finished playing.