The brand new Kiwi Water Park in Lowburn close to Cromwell is proving highly regarded. Picture / Stephen Jaquiery
The proprietor and operator of Central Otago’s latest attraction says she is having to show individuals away as a result of it’s so fashionable.
Queenstown businesswoman Emily Rutherford opened Kiwi Water Park at Lowburn on the shores of Lake Dunstan final month and mentioned on-line bookings for the midday session had been usually offered out.
“Our 9.30am session isn’t booked however our midday session is extraordinarily fashionable.
“It’s simply a kind of issues that everybody needs to go on the identical time in the course of the day.”
Rutherford mentioned because of demand the park was not accepting any non-public or company bookings till the tip of the college holidays.
The park options 10,000sqm of inflatable tools anchored to the lake ground.
It’s open seven days every week and takes a most of 100 individuals at every session.
Rutherford mentioned she believed the rationale for the park’s success was as a result of it was enjoyable for everybody, of any swimming capacity, though kids needed to be aged over 6.
The park will shut on March 31 and reopen on December 1.