Are Wet N’ Wild Sydney’s Ticket Prices Too Expensive?

Are Wet N’ Wild Sydney’s Ticket Prices Too Expensive?

A new theme park is coming to Sydney: the city’s version of Wet N’ Wild is currently being built, and ticket prices have just been revealed. Are these too expensive?

The tickets are actually charged by height, and not by age, so being a midget might finally pay off.

General Admission tickets for a single day is charged at $69.99 for those over 110cm, while those on the shy side of 110 pay $54.99. Pensioner admission is also $54.99. Children under 3-years old get in free.

Meanwhile, a Gold VIP Season Pass will set you back $124.99. That gets you unlimited entry during the 2013/2014 season (through to April 2014), free parking, a dedicated entry gate for gold pass holders, access to early-entry days and food discounts.

We did a bit of a double-take over the prices when we saw them, but Lifehacker’s Angus Kidman reminds us that the tickets are between $10 and $20 more expensive than the same park in Queensland. Considering Sydney’s park is newer and most likely bigger, it makes sense that the ticket is slightly more expensive.

What do you think? Would you pay $70 for one visit? Clearly $130 is better for a season pass, right?