Our brand new $4M monster-sized family thrill waterslide is set to open in November 2019; the TSUNAMI!
The Tsunami is Victoria’s first triple funnel waterslide, one of only two in Australia, adding to our hugely popular Tornado water ride as another totally unique water ride for the state and the second stage of an $8 million waterpark expansion.
The Tsunami will stand at a staggering 7.5 storeys high and 172m in length, offering thrill seekers the ultimate aquatic rush. Taking up to four guests per raft through three fast mega funnels of menacing water rapids.
Colossal tidal waves and raging waters will swirl, twirl and suck riders down a series of high-speed water rapids, snaking tunnels and whirlpool funnels. Riders will be on the edge of their seats as they plummet 7.5 storeys down thrilling dark tunnels, catapulting up funnel walls at crashing speeds and swirling through-rips. It’s an epic adrenaline rush that will leave the whole family stoked and soaked.
Adventure Park Geelong’s Managing Director Leanne Salmon, said The Tsunami would further cement the park as the ultimate go-to water park destination for Victorian families this summer.
“The new Tsunami ride provides visitors from near and afar the opportunity to experience a world class adrenaline-charged, monster-sized water ride that is the first of its kind in Victoria,” she said.
“What’s better than one funnel… three high energy funnels in one lightning fast ride.
“It’s been custom designed for us by Proslide, the world’s leading waterslide designers and is a very exciting addition to our existing portfolio of waterslides, action rides and all day family attractions that keep guests coming back for more.” She said.
The TSUNAMI is the second stage of an $8M investment into the huge and evolving water park, which is located just over an hour from Melbourne on the Bellarine Peninsula near the famous Great Ocean Road.
The ultimate water park destination for families this summer, Adventure Park Geelong re-opens from 1 November 2019.
For more information and ticket prices please visit www.adventurepark.com.au.