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Raging Waters Sydney
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Raging Waters Sydney

Those looking to beat the heat during their stay in Sydney should visit the Raging Waters Sydney water park (previously known as Wet’n’Wild Sydney). As the largest water park in New South Wales, Raging Waters Sydney is the perfect location for a day of fun!

For thrill-seekers, the water park offers a range of jaw-dropping water slides and a range of family-friendly slides and rides as well.

Raging Waters Sydney Rides, Tickets, Deals, Opening Hours, Address, Prices & Map

Experience some of Raging Waters Sydney’s most exciting slides; such as the Whirlwind, 360Rush, Aqua Tube, Bombora, Double BOWLSeye, H2GO Racers, Riptide, Tantrum, The Curler, Tropical Cyclone and Half Pipe.

For families and younger children, check out Raging Waters Sydney which features kid-friendly slides, miniature versions of the larger thrill slides and splash zones.

If thrill rides aren’t your thing, then rent one of the cabanas at Raging Waters Sydney and enjoy a relaxing day as you recline in the shade in your piece of paradise. The cabanas come with sun lounges, chairs and a secure locker where you can leave your valuables. Enjoy lunch and a cold drink, or if travelling in a larger group, they are a great meeting place to catch up during your day in the sun.

Visitors are permitted to bring their food into Raging Waters Sydney; including sandwiches, fruit and water. However, hard-cased eskies are not allowed.

Raging Waters Sydney is just 40 minutes from the centre of Sydney, just off the M4. There are many transport options; a bus service serves Parramatta, Merrylands, Blacktown and Liverpool areas, as well as surrounding suburbs. If driving, there is plenty of free parking located on-site.

Make sure you buy your discount tickets online and skip the queues!


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    • Hi Benn,

      I have to admit, there is very little information online about season passes and photos.

      The closest thing i could find was a statement saying “If you are collecting bands on behalf of others, please bring your confirmation voucher and their photo to attach to the pass.”

      So based on this, it does sound like they will take a photo of you when you pick up your pass. Surely if they required you to bring a physical photo, they would mention it prior.

      I would suggest checking any confirmation email you received for any additional instructions.


What is the Raging Waters Sydney address?
What are the Raging Waters Sydney opening hours?
Sat - Sun: 10am - 5pm

Dates to be announced later in the year but the park is typically open from September to April
Fri - Sun: 10am - 8pm

Closes for the Winter period
Closed Anzac Day and Christmas Day

Please visit our website for more information on the Raging Waters Sydney.
What are the Raging Waters Sydney entry prices?
Online Prices
General Admission: $50
Junior (Under 100cm): $55.99
Seniors (60 Yrs+): 55.99

Gate Prices
General Admission: $75.99
Junior (Under 100cm): $65.99
Seniors (60 Yrs+): 65.99

Platinum Season Pass: $110.90
Gold Season Pass: $95.99
Silver Season Pass: $79.99
Note that the above prices are for the opening sale and may increase in the future

Regular - 295mm (W) x 420mm (D) x 280mm (H): $12 per day
Large - 295mm (W) x 420mm (D) x 420mm (H): $15 per day
Family - 360mm (W) x 420mm (D) x 580mm (H): $20 per day

Cabana prices can be found above

Please visit our website for more information on the Raging Waters Sydney.
What is the Raging Waters Sydney phone number?

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