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Big4 Gold Coast has the Tallest Water Park in an Australian Holiday Park

The tallest water park at an Australian holiday park has opened in Queensland at BIG4 Gold Coast Holiday Park.

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The tallest water park at an Australian holiday park has opened in Queensland! The new drawcard at BIG4 Gold Coast Holiday Park boasts a host of waterslides with a combined length of 317m, including towering slides measuring up to 10m tall. Glimpses of nearby Warner Bros. Movie World and the hinterlands of the Gold Coast can even be seen from the peak. With an emphasis on all-ages fun, the epic water park has zones for smaller children alongside ample seating and shaded areas for parents.

BIG4 Gold Coast Holiday Park owner, Norton Whitmont, says the new attraction should appeal to guests who want more than high-quality self-contained accommodation. “They are seeking an experience that is exciting, memorable, and affordable, which also comes with photo opportunities and ‘bragging rights’,” he says.

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BIG4 Gold Coast holiday park tallest waterslide in Australia

The holiday park is located across the road from Movie World and Wet’n’Wild, theme parks, as well as dinner show Outback Spectacular. It’s also just two minutes’ drive from Dreamworld and Whitewater World. Accommodation options range from caravan and camping sites to motel-style and dog-friendly studios, two-bedroom cabins that sleep up to six, and three-bedroom cabins that sleep up to ten. There is a resort-style pool, a spa, cabanas, a giant jumping pillow, petting zoo and a restaurant, and plenty to keep the kids entertained, with outdoor movie nights, a bike track and a huge grassed area for kicking a ball around or playing games.

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Situated on the banks of the Salt Water Creek, guests can also get back to nature as they follow the waterway downstream and try to spot kangaroos, lorikeets and koalas. Laze away the afternoon basking on the banks of the billabong, or dangle a fishing line in to try to catch a mullet or bream to cook up on the BBQ for dinner.

MORE INFORMATION: big4.com.au

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