427 Reservoir Rd
Sydney, New South Wales, 2000 Australia
Phone: 13 33 86
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The following are excerpts from Havwheelchairwilltravel.net:
“I’ll start off by saying the large slides are not wheelchair accessible but Wet ‘n’ Wild acknowledges this so they offer a discounted rate to people who –
- Use a wheelchair
- Have an intellectual, aural or visual disability
- Have a Disability Pension Card
“A guest with a disability who produces their Companion Card is entitled to 1 Free of Charge companion so that their companion can provide attendant care support during the visit.”
“As a park, Wet ‘n’ Wild has great wheelchair access throughout with wide concrete paths, ramping where needed and excellent stand-alone accessible restrooms. Moving around with a wheelchair is easy.”
“An Aqua Chair is available for accessing the water at The Beach and Dinosaur Lagoon. Both areas have a gradually sloping ramp entry into the water, ideal with the Aqua Chair. The chair is also great for tackling the water park’s splash zone in Nickelodeon Beach.
ACCESSIBLE REST ROOM FACILITIES
“The stand-alone unisex accessible bathrooms are spacious, have grab rails and lever taps.
“They’re also equipped with large change tables.
“There’s no hoist and I didn’t see a weight limit on the change table so for heavier children I’d suggest using the family bathroom facility with a wooden change bench.
“There is an accessible shower facility near Nickelodeon Beach.”
“Plan for your day at Wet ‘n’ Wild by contacting Guest Services (email email@example.com or phone 88571044) to reserve the Aqua Chair if you will need this for the day. This is available free of charge to guests but there is only one and it’s first in best dressed.
“A long row of disabled parking spaces is located near the main entrance. Parking is $10 but if you prepay this is reduced to $8.
“There’s a wheelchair accessible ticket booth with a lowered counter top at the entry to the park.”
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