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Polin announces opening of Fully 6 at Australia’s WhiteWater World

Polin Fully 6 WhiteWater World

Polin Waterparks, a leader and innovator in waterpark technology, has announced the opening of a new ride, Fully 6, at the newly refurbished WhiteWater World.

Polin Waterparks is pleased to announce that WhiteWater World, the sister park to Dreamworld on Australia’s Gold Coast, is now open to the public once again with a brand new ride called Fully 6.

The design is inspired by the big waves and surf scene of the region and the ride is the first new waterpark attraction in the area to be built in five years.

Fully 6

Fully 6 is the only tower in the country that offers six different and unique body slides, where guests can enjoy adrenaline-filled fun. The slides also feature multi-coloured light effects for an extra visual experience.

Polin WhiteWater World Fully 6

WhiteWater World is in the process of completing a multi-million dollar refurbishment project, with freshly decorated attractions giving the popular park a new lease of life. Construction on the new Fully 6 slide began last July and over 40 local contractors, including the creator Swimplex-Polin Australia, worked on the project.

Paul Callander is Dreamworld’s Chief Strategy Officer. He says, “It was an exciting time for the theme park, which is excited to be launching the new attraction to the public in time for the summer school holidays.” Murray Booth from Swimplex-Polin Australia adds, “It’s great to be a part of a new era here at Dreamworld and WhiteWater World.”

WhiteWater World Fully 6 Polin

“As a waterslide supplier, we are not only doing waterslides; rather, we are able to offer a complete guest experience package,” says Sohret Pakis, Polin Waterparks Director of Marketing and Communications. “We are in a position to offer more to our clients by integrating different parties, products and technologies to benefit them and delight their customers, the park guests.”

Last month, Polin Waterparks announced AIPIX. This brand-new water park image recognition technology makes it simple for attractions to capture action-packed experiences as they happen, meaning guests can take home and treasure memories from their visit.

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