Tauranga's giant inflatable floating structure is heading back to Auckland for summer.
One of the largest floating water parks to grace New Zealand's shoreline is heading back to Auckland for summer. Waterworld Waterpark will once again pop up across several beaches, from St Heliers to Browns Bay, courtesy of Bay of Plenty trampoline park Dialled Indoor.
In a similar vein to water-based game show, Wipeout, the inflatable floating structure sees participants tackle a series of hilarious and often impossible obstacles — you can expect to spend a lot of time in the drink.
The florescent yellow and green course is made up of individual modules, including a slide tower, rope swing, trampoline, climbing wall and the giant blob which sends brave souls flying into the air. Participants must be confident swimmers and will be required to swim unassisted to the entry point wearing a lifejacket.
Image: Dialled Indoor.