|Slogan||An incredible day out that everyone will love - time and time again.|
|Location||Prospect, New South Wales, Australia|
|Owner||Village Roadshow Theme Parks|
|General Manager||Chris Warhurst|
|Area||25 ha (62 acres)|
Wet'n'Wild Sydney will be a water park to be located in Prospect, New South Wales, Australia. The park was announced on 11 September 2010. It will be the fifth Wet'n'Wild water park to be owned by Village Roadshow Theme Parks who own a Wet'n'Wild water park on the Gold Coast, as well as three in the United States: Hawaii, Phoenix, and Las Vegas.
Original proposal 
On Saturday, 11 September 2010, Wet'n'Wild Sydney was announced. New South Wales Premier, Kristina Keneally, joined Village Roadshow Theme Parks' Chief Executive Officer, Tim Fisher, to announce the project. The proposal is for a 25-hectare (62-acre) water park in Prospect, New South Wales. Set to be one of the top ten water parks in the world, Wet'n'Wild Sydney was set to play host to a variety of attractions including two wave pools, two lazy rivers, a children's AquaPlay area, spas and volleyball courts. This ground level attractions would be coupled by several slide towers featuring a variety of WhiteWater West water slides including two AquaLoops, a Boomerango, dueling Master Blasters, a Super Bowl, an Abyss, a six-lane Whizzard, two family raft rides, and a collection of inline tube slides.
The commencement of construction was announced by New South Wales Premier, Barry O'Farrell, and Wet'n'Wild Sydney General Manager, Chris Warhurst, on 9 September 2012. The announcement detailed Village Roadshow would now be investing $115 million into the park ahead of its planned December 2013 opening. The park to be constructed will vary from the original proposal and will feature 42 rides and attractions.
Economic benefits 
At a cost of A$80 million, Wet'n'Wild Sydney is set to deliver numerous economic benefits. During the construction and operation of the water park, more than 300 jobs will be created. Due to the expectation that Wet'n'Wild Sydney will be host to almost a million visitors in the first eight month season, the Western Sydney economy will benefit. It is estimated that a contribution of over A$500 million in turnover within the first ten years of operation as well as over A$320 million added during construction and the first ten years of operation will be injected into the Western Sydney economy.
See also 
- AAP (11 September 2010). "Keneally touts $80m water theme park". Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 11 September 2010.
- "$80 million water park plan unveiled". Sky News. 11 September 2010. Retrieved 11 September 2010.[dead link]
- "Water theme park planned for Sydney". ABC News. 11 September 2010. Retrieved 11 September 2010.
- AAP (11 September 2010). "NSW $80 million water park plan unveiled". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 11 September 2010.
- "Theme Parks". Village Roadshow. 1 September 2010. Retrieved 11 September 2010.
- "Concept Plan". Wet'n'Wild Sydney. 10 September 2010. Retrieved 11 September 2010.[dead link]
- Tovey, Josephine (10 September 2012). "West to ride wave of park prosperity, says O'Farrell". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 13 September 2012.
- Coote, Alice (10 September 2012). "Sydney, get ready for the slide of your life". Herald Sun. Retrieved 13 September 2012.
- "Fact Sheet". Wet'n'Wild Sydney. 10 September 2010. Retrieved 11 September 2010.[dead link]