Thursday, February 27, 2014


wet and wild
Myrtha Pools creates Wet'n'Wild pools, a new water-park in Sydney
On 12th December 2013 Wet'n'Wild Water World in Sydney (Australia) opened, a new water park  that covers an area of ​​about 20 hectares. The park - one of the largest and most important in the world - is part of a chain that includes structures also in Orlando, Los Angeles, Hawaii... and even in Australia, in Oxenford (Queensland).
The park designed by the American WTI, world water-parks specialist, includes a huge wave pool, rivers, over than 40 slides and attractions of the latest generation - truly breathtaking - and a huge children's area with swimming pools and splash pads. There is also a special surfing attraction with four parallel positions, unique in the world.
All pools and rivers were made by Myrtha, chosen for versatility, low maintenance and high durability.
In the wave pool was installed the exclusive soft bottom " Softwalk", with membrane anti-slip that makes the pool bottom safe and pleasant to the touch.
The park was completed in an incredible short time (less than 12 months) and construction of ponds and rivers took less than four months.
The tanks are​​:
Wave pool in a tank range of over 5,300 m2
a river of more than 2,500 m2 and 30 geyser water;
2 pools of arrival (for slides): 21.2x17.9 0.9 h of equal size;
a baby river 20mx7.8m connected to 2 tanks slides arrival about 10mx8m.
 wet and wild
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