Wet'n'Wild Buggy Gold Coast

Oxenford, Gold Coast Area

Wet'n'Wild Buggy is the newest and coolest purpose-built adventure track right there at Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast. Strap yourself into their army spec Buggy and get ready for a 1.2 kilometre long track riddled with rocks, water obstacles, crazy tunnels, hills, jumps and more!

Licensed Drivers can drive on their own with the safety of an instructor to assist with navigation of hardcore obstacles and getting the most enjoyment out of the experience. Non-licensed Drivers are accompanied with an instructor in a dual control-buggy to assist in turning, breaking and acceleration to guide them through their Wet'n'Wild Buggy track.

Embrace your wild! There are over 50 challenging obstacles including water obstacles, jumps, tunnels, seven tyre obstacles, seven log obstacles, 45 degree walls and 30 degree long bends and hills!

This is on a purpose-built track covering a land area of 30,000 square metres. It is a natural bush track accessed through Wet’n’Wild. Enjoy 1.2 kilometres of pure excitement in army spec vehicles!

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Adult $29 - $59 Prices vary based on number of laps. Course is located within Wet'n'Wild however you do not require a theme park ticket to participate.

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