The thing I appreciated was the amount of staff weaving around the attractions asking if all was ok. Ooooooooh to have some service like that at Sydney airport! You queue there too but at least at Wet n Wild there's staff milling round so you can ask about to what's going on, like they care! I'm sure they'll iron out the teething issues, like coming for a day visit and people have to go past a row of picnic tables - very kinda backyard setup. Queuing for food min 20 mins, just put more of those lovely staff members behind some registers - problem solved. Paying for a large locker to find there's no lockers left. Technology needs to catch up on that glitch. I'm looking forward to when the novelty wears off a bit and the gazillions of people go somewhere else. Let us bring some food, Jamberoo does! I think Jamberoo prettier, it's wave beach way more lovely to look at and has more affect wave-wise. Looking out at the country and mountains plus its established gardens far more appealing to our family. That being said my 13 yo says WnW has more funner rides :) as a parent I find WnW something you do for your kids - personally I found it a chore, not very pleasant, but I love my kids!
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