Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast is a water park situated in Oxenford, Gold Coast, adjacent to Warner Bros. Movie World. The park remains open all year with all of the pools and slides heated to 25 deg. during the winter months. For 2022/2023 the park features four new rides – KABOOK, Double Barrel, Super Ripper, and H2Oasis.
The Rides at Wet’n’Wild Water World
The big rides
- Tornado – Tube Water Slide
- Constrictor – Take a Raft Ride through the belly of a giant snake
- AquaLoop – Body Water Slide
- Blackhole – Tube Water Slide
- Kamikaze – Sidewinder
Family-friendly rides include
- Wet’n’Wild Junior Slides
- Wet’n’Wild Junior Play Structure
- Whirlpool Springs
- Wet‘n’Wild Junior Fortress Pools
- Mammoth Falls
- River Rapids
Themed precincts include Whirlpool Springs, Calypso Beach, Giant Wave Pool, and Wet’n’Wild Junior.
Food at Wet’n’Wild
However, unlike other theme parks, you are allowed to bring a picnic lunch to Wet’n’Wild (no glass and no commercially prepared foods).
The main eateries are
- Bombora Burger Bar
- Village Bean Coffee House
- Pizza Shack
- Tropical Treats
Most will report the food as being “expensive”, and there will be long waits, especially during the 12-2 lunch period.
Wet’n’Wild Water World Ticket Price 2022/2023
There are several ticketing options with the cheapest offers available when purchased in advance online. If you are considering visiting other parks in their network (Warner Bros. Movie World, Sea World, and Paradise Country) then you will want to consider the Super Pass or Mega Pass.
You can buy tickets directly on the wetnwild.com.au website and please check there for the latest offers and any pricing updates. You can also add extras like fees for using a locker and hiring a cabana etc.
|Single Day Pass||1 Day Pass to Wet’n’Wild Water World||from $ 89|
|Three Day Pass||3 days entry to 3 Parks: Warner Bros. Movie World, Sea World, Wet’n’Wild Water World||from $ 179|
|Village Roadshow Super Pass||7 days entry to 4 Parks: Warner Bros. Movie World, Sea World, Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast, and Paradise Country.||from $ 199|
|Village Roadshow Mega Pass||14 days entry to 4 Parks: Warner Bros. Movie World, Sea World, Wet’n’Wild Water World and Paradise Country.||from $ 289|
|Village Roadshow Locals One Pass||Unlimited entry to 4 Parks for 12 Months – Valid for residents of Queensland and northern New South Wales postcodes 2450 – 2490||from $ 219|
Getting to Wet’n’Wild Water World
Via G:Link Tram/TX7 Bus: From Surfers Paradise – Take the tram from Cavill Avenue Station to Helensvale Station then take the TX7 bus directly to Movie World. Journey time: around 49mins – cost: with Go Card $3.96 Check full rates and schedules via the journey planner at translink.com.au
By Car: Take the Pacific Highway towards Coomera and take the exit to Entertainment Road, follow that until you reach the Wet’n’Wild entry roundabout. Parking is plentiful and free.
By Shuttle: There are numerous shuttle services that run regular direct services between stops in the central areas out to the theme parks including Wet’n’Wild.
- ConXion – offers adult tickets from $25 – View more at con-x-ion.com/../transfers
By Limousine: They are a lot of limousine companies on the Gold Coast and rates are attractive for a personalised luxury service in a corporate car or stretch limousine
- MyGoldCoastLimo – offers small vans, luxury sedans, stretch, and super stretch limos mygoldcoastlimo.com
Wet’n’Wild Location Map
Wet’n’Wild Theme Park Map
Note, this map may be a little outdated now as its mostly replaced by an app to help navigate the park, see Village Roadshow Theme Parks APP
Add Your Review
Long lines – no shade
The lines for rides take ages and there is no shade on most so, take a hat, take sunscreen etc. A one day ticket is $79 and if you want to fast track it’s another $70 thus they don’t add any shade but they certainly are shady.