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    Has anyone been to Aussie World recently? Comparing it to the other theme parks, it seems much more enticing- a lot cheaper, rides suitable for all ages (we have 11, 8, 6, 4 and 2), and more... relaxed? Keep in mind our kids haven’t even been to the local show before nor have they ever been on a family holiday so they will probably love where ever we go!

    If you have been, what did you think of it. Did you find it value for money? More to the point- what did your KIDS think of it?

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    We went to the Sunshine Coast last year for a holiday and did Aussie world.

    My kids loved it. They were 9, 7, 4 at the time. It is a small theme park but my kids haven’t been to the gold coast parks anyway. It was actually good because you could walk around the whole park in no time and if the kids wanted to run ahead of us and go on a ride then they could and we would meet them there. My 4 year old didn’t do this but the other 2 did.

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    Aussie World is great. We have taken all the grandkids there, and they loved it. The water play area is very safe, not a swimming pool but water jets and that sort of thing. I don't know if that is open in the winter months, ?? There are plenty of rides for all ages. right down to the youngest little ones. I think it might be expensive for food and drinks, but if you can last on a couple of museli bars, it will be a great day out. marie.

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    Thanks lovelies! My kids haven’t been to the big theme parks- or even small ones for that matter!- so they will love it regardless. And I like that it’s smaller, I feel we will get more out of it in a day than we would the big ones.


 

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