Trippo Water Slide Victor Harbor

Beach, Outdoor, Play, School Holidays, South

Trippo is the World’s Largest Inflatable Water Slide and will be a slide load of fun coming to Victor Harbor, South trippo water slide victor harbourAustralia this summer! It’s three stories high, 54 m long and has three slide chutes options – which makes it fast, furious and very safe fun for all the family. Book HERE.
Finally something fun for the smaller members of the family, Trippo is suitable for kids aged 3 and over. To slide alone children need to be more than 1.06m tall otherwise they do need to go with a parent. Kids under 1.06m tall can sit in the lap of an adult of over 16 year old. From the wide safety bumpers to the easy-climb stairs, the Trippo is safe, clean fun for the entire family. Even grandparents love the Trippo! Trippo operations staff manage slide safety at all times – allowing you to relax and enjoy a chilled out coffee and a few vibes while the kids wear themselves out. There will be spots under the gazebo’s for shade on site, so parents, grandparents and others can bring a coffee, lunch, picnic, birthday cake etc. There are limited number of benches so feel free to bring your own chair. After it’s all done, head home knowing your kids will sleep well tonight!

When: Trippo Victor Harbor Water Slide will be open Sat 19th Dec 2015 to Sun 31st Jan 2016. Open 9am-5pm daily

Where: Bridge Terrace (near Cnr Eyre St) Victor Harbor South Australia. You won’t miss us if you drive along Bridge Terrace Victor Harbor this summer (near cnr Eyre). For a map click here

Prices: Each Session is one hour, with sessions starting on the half hour. Prices range from $20/hr for Under 10s to $80 for families. Trippo has a maximum hourly load limit to ensure you get loads of slides! Cash or EFTPOS is available at the gate. Bookings not essential, but will get priority on the session – click HERE to Book. For more info click here.  UPDATE – even if sessions are booked out on their website, there will still be tickets available to purchase at the gate on the day!

Please see Trippo Victor Harbor Water Slide’s Facebook page for daily operational updates. 


** Images and information sourced from the Trippo website and Facebook pages **

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