Owned and managed by Village Roadshow Theme Parks, Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast is one of Australia’s biggest—and most action-packed—water parks.
Perhaps the most daring of its water slides is a set of four(!) gravity-defying AquaLoops. Riders in an AquaLaunch capsule are sent into a freefall when the floor drops from underneath their feet, impressing spectators who are watching their bodies whiz by at 60 km/h through translucent tubes looping 360° into the sky.
Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast came back to WhiteWater for its 2021 expansion and opened the country’s tallest and longest water slide tower, launching six slides, including the Southern Hemisphere’s first Parallel Pursuit for side-by-side racing fun as well as a thrilling Dueling Master Blaster + Tailspin Fusion. This impressive-looking attraction has two slide paths that mirror each other, sending riders in inner tubes screaming through mega drops and laughing through uphill blasts. The Tailspin elements add high-banking turns as riders spiral downwards.
Length of Master Blaster + Tailspin Fusion
Height of tallest water slide tower in Australia
AquaLoop top speed
"The AquaLoop is a major drawcard for Wet ’n’ Wild on Australia’s Gold Coast. The incredible slide looks like a ski jump, with swimmers plummeting down before the slide turns upwards. Momentum throws sliders into the air, where they can somersault or just enjoy the flight. Absolutely awesome."