Sunday, May 27, 2018

Discovery Parks launches new water park

 

The new waterpark, being built at Discovery Parks – Lake Bonney, will feature three slides, a huge tipping bucket, water cannons and several spray zones. The 500sqm waterpark will be themed to reflect the beauty of the Murray River and the local citrus growers.

Discovery Parks – Lake Bonney will also introduce 16 brand new two-bedroom cabins which will comfortably accommodate up to six people. The cabins will feature all of the comforts you would expect to find at home and are suitable for families, corporate travellers and large group bookings.

“Our park is all about lakeside relaxing and water sports. Visitors can experience a huge range of family-friendly activities in the freshwater at the front door of our caravan park. With the development of this new waterpark, we are confident that the park will be the go-to destination for families this summer,” Sharon Bottrell, park manager of Discovery Parks – Lake Bonney said.

This waterpark is part of Discovery Parks’ $14 million investment across six properties in the lead up to Christmas. It follows a recent announcement from the business around its new structure and focus on further investing in its people, place and process as part of a strategic plan to support the business for scalable growth to 2020 and beyond.

“This investment is us putting money where our mouth is. All the developments are built on our extensive customer knowledge. We are confident that they will fulfil the demand at each location and create an even better experience for our customers,” said CEO of Discovery Parks, Grant Wilckens.

Discovery Parks – Lake Bonney will continue to operate as usual with the waterpark and new cabins to be launched in time for summer.

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