The Big Wedgie Gold Coast!

Southport, Gold Coast Area

The Big Wedgie, the world’s tallest and most extreme standalone inflatable waterslide – they even have the world record to prove it! At a whopping 18.2 metres tall and 82 metres long, The Big Wedgie is not for the faint hearted and is definitely a thrill ride! With a massive 55 degree drop, you are sure to have a blast rocketing down the steep slope being soaked in water! The Big Wedgie is also a four lane racer, so it can be enjoyed by families and friends at the same time!

The Just Right Wedgie is the perfect slide for those looking for a wedgie that’s just right! Not quite as extreme as The Big Wedgie but still loads of fun!

The Little Wedgie is the smallest wedgie of them all! A mini version of The Big Wedgie, it’s a three lane racer perfect for young ones!

The Big Chucka… Calling all thrill seekers, imagine an unimaginable wedgie! They’re talking a vertical free fall followed by an exhilarating 80 degree plunge, to then catapult you through the air onto a giant inflatable pillow!

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
9 December 2017 - 21 January 2018Daily9am - 5pm

Facilities

  • Car park
Southport Runners and Walkers Club
Southport, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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