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Riders must be at least 120 CM or taller to ride.

Max 320kg / 2 to 4 riders.

Min 110kg combined / 2 + riders


Please remove the following items:

  • Jewelry and watches
  • Goggles or eyewear of any kind
  • Denim or other attire with buckles
  • Any loose items on your person

Your photo will be taken on this ride using flash photography. Go Pros are permitted on this ride if it is secured to a chest strap.

Can you escape the mighty Kraken?

The enormous world record-breaking slide is like no other funnel slide ever built. The four-person raft must first negotiate over 150 metres of dark twists and turns including a heart-pounding drop and a 360 degree twist before reaching the crescendo of the massive 60 foot funnel – which is about the height of a six-storey building.

At this point riders can reach speeds up to 6.7 metres per second as they experience moments of zero gravity alternating with intense drops. Riders will feel they are about to tip before gravity pulls them back to the bottom and up the other side and finally through the dark outrun flume and into the landing pool. Phew!

Blow your mind with this virtual ride on Adventure World's "Kraken" with this awesome #360-degree video! Click here to view - just tap and drag to look around inside the ride.

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Awesome Features

The ProSlide Tornado 60 slide is the longest, steepest and tallest funnel slide on the planet, dropping 30 metres along the 260 metres of the ride.

As many as 600 riders an hour will brave the twists, turns and gravity-defying exhilaration of the ride at Adventure World, Western Australia’s favourite Theme Park.

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351 Progress Dr,
Bibra Lake WA 6163

(08) 9417 9666

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Our Acknowledgement

Adventure World acknowledges the Nyungar people of Beeliar boodja. We acknowledge the rich heritage and significance of the Bibra Lake lands as a place of meeting and community, a place on which the Nyungar people of Beeliar boodja and other Nyungar would come to camp and to fulfil their social and cultural obligations, and on which we reside today.

We wish to pay our respects to this history, this culture and ongoing connection with the land, and to their Elders past and present.

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