Check out some of our recent events
World's Longest Waterslide Event, Auckland Fritter Festival, Whangarei
Waterslide Mania, Taupo Parachute Festival, Mystery Creek
Welcome to the 2013/14 summer season. We will be back at all our regular events this season as well as organising some new events. Enjoy browsing our web page and we look foward to seeing you outside enjoying our Kiwi summer.
*Kowhai Festival, Warkworth - Saturday 19th Oct 2014: visit our facebook page to see photos of this event
*GimmeFive Launch Party, Western Park, Ponsonby - Saturday 2nd Nov 2014, 12pm to 4pm
*Waterslide Mania, Taupo - Saturday 28th Dec 2013 until Thursday 2nd Jan 2014, Riverside Park
*Mega Mountain at Camp Waipu Cove - Saturday 4th Jan 2014 until Sunday 5th Jan 2014
*Mega Mountain at Town Basin, Whangarei - Monday 6th Jan 2014 until Thursday 23rd Jan 2014
*Waterslide Mania, Te Awamutu - Monday 6th Jan until Tuesday 7th Jan: still tbc
*Waterslide Mania, Pukekohe - Saturday 11th Jan 2014 until Tuesday 14th Jan 2014: still tbc
*Parachute Festival, Mystery Creek - Friday 24th Jan 2014 until Sunday 26th Jan 2014
*Roskill South Neighbourhood Day - Saturday 22nd Mar 2014: Molley Green Reserve, Roskill South, Auckland
*Fritter Festival, Whangarei - Saturday 29th Mar 2014: Toll Stadium, Whangarei
*Easter Camp, Mystery Creek - Friday 18th Apr 2014 until Monday 21st Apr 2014
We will update our public events as they get confirmed through the summer.
"We were very impressed with the professionalism of Wet 'n Wild Slides and the water slide was a fantastic
addition to the festival." Lesly Ingham (Festival Coordinator, Kowhai Festival, Warkworth)
"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. The local fire brigade brought 3 trucks to the gala
and used their water to keep the slide wet and fun, a real community event. Thank you so much for helping us to get it here for the event." Pia Mancia (Te
Huruhi Primary School, Waiheke Island)