Final chance to slide

The huge inflatable slide is here for one last weekend.
The huge inflatable slide is here for one last weekend. Sean Teuma

IF YOU missed out on the chance to experience Australia's biggest inflatable slide in Warwick, the good news is you're not too late.

Big Splash Water World will be in Warwick for one more weekend before departing, give residents of the Rose City the chance to slide down the big kahuna.

Big Splash Water World owner Jesse McDonald said the park had something for everybody.

"We have the big slide, which is suitable for everybody,” Mr McDonald said.

"There are three other slides as well and a small pool.

"We will also have carnival food, amusement games and a fun factory for kids, as well as music playing.

"Parents are welcome to come inside without having to pay, so they can bring food down or purchase it here, grab a seat and watch their kids.”

While wet weather is forecast for the weekend, Mr McDonald said rain alone wouldn't provide a barrier.

"The rain isn't a problem,” he said.

"People enjoy a faster experience down the slides with a little bit of rain.

"However if there are storms or high winds, we would be forced to close.”


Tomorrow and Sunday, sessions starting from 10am.


Warwick Showgrounds, Palmerin St entrance.


$20/three-hour session.

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