New zealand's premier inflatable water slides

Wet ‘n Wild Slides is a Franklin-based business specialising in inflatable water slides. We operate annually during the months of December and January only. For most of December, our New Zealand-made slides are available to hire for public or private events in the Auckland region. For most of January, we run pop-up water slide events for the whole family to enjoy. So, if you are looking for some watery fun, either contact us to discuss how to make your own event a great success, or come along to one of the pop-up water slide events we are running this summer (see below for details).

  Thanks for a great event Pukekohe!!!
We look forward to seeing you again next summer

A fourteen day pop-up waterslide event for the whole family          


10am - 4pm daily from Thu 18 Jan to Wed 31 Jan 2018


Daily session times at 10am - 12pm, 12 - 2pm and 2 - 4pm
A 4 - 5pm session may run on some days, check ticketing page for availability

On rainy or windy days, please phone 0508469453 to confirm we are open

Event is operating from Saturday 20 January - look forward to seeing you there!


Snowplanet, Small Road, Silverdale (parking available)     

5 slides ranging from small to large to long! Some age and weight restrictions apply

Children from $10 – $20 for 2 hours (age restrictions apply)
Adults $10 for 2 hours on one slide only (weight restrictions applies)
Spectators free
For more information refer to the ticketing page


Click here to purchase tickets online. Gate sales available if not sold out prior            

More info:

Click here for more detailed information.


"We were very impressed with the professionalism of Wet 'n Wild Slides and the slide was a fantastic addition to the festival." Lesley Ingham (Kowhai Festival)

"The feedback I got about the water slide was great. Next time we'll probably go for more slides. Thanks to your team. " Janet (Tainui Games)
"I am happy to report that the Lightning Luge was a major hit at the gala and the children really enjoyed it... a real community event. Thank you so much for helping us to get it here." Pia Mancia (Te Huruhi School, Waiheke Island)