Sydney’s Largest Waterpark Is Now Called 'Raging Waters Sydney'

And it's getting a next level upgrade

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Raging Waters Sydney

New Name, New Ride, and VIP Amenities Announced for the 2019 – 2020 Season.

Formerly known as Wet’n’Wild Sydney, a beloved Australian summer destination is undergoing major enhancements including a new name.

Sydney’s largest waterpark is now Raging Waters Sydney.


Parques Reunidos, who purchased the Park in 2018, will invest millions of dollars during this offseason - the largest investment into the Park since it originally opened in 2013.

Highlighting this exciting new era is a brand new, first-of-its-kind slide which will take riders on a thrilling 206-metre journey, Whirlwind!

The ride is a thrilling mix of physical and visual sensations that build and set pulses racing. Whirlwind begins with a plunge through a darkened enclosed tunnel that quickly opens up into an open downward curve.


Guests will travel high around the spiral as the curve drops them 2.5-metres at speeds of up to 25 kph – and that’s just the beginning!

Riders will then head back into the dark before emerging into the second open spiral. It’s a suspenseful journey from dark to light and back again before the final splashdown!

Whirlwind will open in November 2019 and will be a great addition to the action on Tower 1 that also features the popular H2Go Racers and 360 Rush.

“We are committed to investing in the future of the park through new attractions, infrastructure & services,” said Parques Reunidos CEO, Jose Diaz.

The 2019 - 2020 season will also bring other exciting additions and changes including:

  • New food outlets featuring delicious, new menu items
  • Revamped retail locations, including a new gift shop
  • New, easy and convenient payment plans to pay off your Season Pass before the season starts
  • More shade throughout the Park
  • Refreshed group event area, new family VIP cabanas, and more

Raging Waters Sydney General Manager, Tony Brancazio has stated, “I hope our guests are as excited as I am about Raging Waters Sydney! We have listened to our guests and have made some key changes that will improve their experience in the Park. We are looking forward to a great season.”

Season Passes for Raging Waters will be on sale soon.

For more info, check out their website here

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Carly Heading

2 July 2019

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