Wagga’s Water Wonderland 2016 | Photos

FROM a four-storey tall slide to paddle boats and an obstacle course.

The world’s largest inflatable water park arrived with a splash on the weekend.

Hundreds of people jumped into their swimmers and then into the water park which moved into the Equex Centre’s rodeo ground.

One of the organisers Amber Starr-Stephens was pleased with the initial turnout which grew as temperatures headed above 30 degrees Celsius.

“It’s been a lot of fun, we’ve had no problems at all, everyone’s having a really good time,” Ms Starr-Stephens said.

The entire water park takes a week to setup and then another week to take down.

Ms Starr-Stephens said there were no future plans for the water park to return to the city, but did not rule out the potential for a return.

Tickets for Sunday are available at https://www.stickytickets.com.au/34966

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