Posted: 3 March, 2014
A plan to re-open the theme park is in the works
Photo of Sydney's Wonderland taken in 1989 Photo: Wonderland Sydney
The Wet 'n' Wild has been unbelievable not only for the people of the West but for all of Sydney. They've loved it and even MG has been all over it… he even goes there without the kids!
Well there's a plan to reopen Wonderland Sydney, which first opened in 1985 but closed in 2004.
The proposed site will be next to the Wet 'n' Wild and the developer Ammar Khan says the parks will compliment each other, which will include a boulevard with cafes and live venues.
"That’s supposed to be a very busy entertainment sort of area and it means people who are unable to, or do not want to, pay for full-day tickets can come out there and have a good time,” Mr Khan told The Daily Telegraph.
Some of the popular rides included “Bounty’s Revenge” (or “The Pirate Ship”) “Space Probe,” “Fred Flinstone’s Splashdown” and “Hanna-Barbera Land”.
It's expected to take three to five years.
MG and Debbie on Wonderland Sydney
Wonderland Sydney Flashback
Wonderland Sydney Remembered Video: Wonderland Sydney YouTube