23 Dec Fun for the whole family at Aussie World
We get it. Sometimes the kids (the big ones too!) want more than multiple pools and spas, tennis courts, world class beaches, pristine waterways, delicious dining and naturally beautiful spaces to explore and play in. Luckily for our Noosa Crest guests, Aussie World is your answer to some adrenaline soaked fun providing, new rides and old favourites sure to thrill everyone in the family!
The music is pumping as you walk up the steps into Aussie World and its profusion of eye popping signs, where loads of fun for all the kids in the family, regardless of their shoe size awaits! With 19 rides, from the heart-pumping Wasp to the much more sedate Little Beaut Toot Toot train, little ones and crazy ones are all catered for on a range of brightly coloured rides. Love heights and whizzing around at pace? The Redback is for you. Want to introduce rollercoasters to young family members without scaring the life out of them? The Bug Run is the perfect way to start. Hot day? Get on the The Plunge and combine getting splashed with speed and sharp inclines. And for those adults who want something slow to take their little ones on, the Tin Lids Tea Party is sure to get the smiles going. And whilst height restrictions apply to some rides, there’s plenty of non-motorised fun to get amongst as well.
Professor Bogglesworth’s Illusionarium is a great way to spend time on your feet whilst still being very entertained, as you make your way through a series of mind-bending rooms. Roving street entertainers will have little ones enthralled, while for those just wanting to cool off, the Leak’n Logs is a playground wet enough to warrant swimmers and a towel (trust us and make sure you pack them!) Sideshow Alley and a haunted maze are some of the other non-motorised attractions at Aussie World.
When you’ve whizzed around on enough rides to work up an appetite, there are a couple of options. For adults, there’s the Banana Bender Pub, offering great meals for all the family and perhaps a steadying drink for mum and dad. There’s also the Café, serving light meals and a wide range of drinks whilst off site, the Village provides an even greater range of ideas, from pies to fudge and ice cream as well as Subway.
Aussie World is a fantastic day out for the whole family, but on a site that’s manageable, unlike some of the enormous theme parks on the Gold Coast. To avoid disappointment, book your tickets online before driving the 45 minutes from Noosa Crest to Aussie World, and make sure you have an easy dinner lined up when you get home: this is a big and exciting day out!