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Jamberoo's new 'Taipan'

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Jamberoo's new Dark Mammoth waterslide 'The Taipan' has been advertised quite heavily here in Sydney which is good to see. I have seen and heard a number of both television and radio commercials. It is great that Jamberoo is so enthusiastically promoting this new attraction. I hope it does well and allows them to continue on with their expansion plans. It would be great to get some pics if anyone manages to go. Apparantley it opens this Saturday

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Well I haven't seen any ads up our way but why would they? :P The ride does look really good (looking at its plans) and I love how they've used the land around it to act as supports. With what the park has planed for the future, it's sure to become a really great park. Maybe even one of Australia's best water parks. Which would be good for any other parks wanting to set-up in Sydney.

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Jamberoo Action Park general manager Dax Eddy believes the ride will have a significant impact on visitation levels. He expects to increase visitation to more than 400,000 people – 100,000 up on 2006. :o My cousin, sisters and i will be visiting it on Dec 22nd. If it isn't cold.

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Wow Jamberoo is starting to look so much better. Do you think there on their way to the parks on the GC, I know it will take many years, but it seems thats the way there heading. It has great capacity. I know our parks arent anything like the ones situation around the globe, but I think we are really getting some great new things in.

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Only problem is the park's inaccessibility. They can only be reached by public transport using a train and private coach with an extra $10 added onto admission. They used to have a shuttle bus for $2, strange that they got rid of that.

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Only problem is the park's inaccessibility. They can only be reached by public transport using a train and private coach with an extra $10 added onto admission. They used to have a shuttle bus for $2, strange that they got rid of that.
:o How far is it from the station?

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I agree that Jamberoo is relatively inaccessible. I drove down there earlier this year and was surprised at how bad the road to the park was, it's tight and in some places I wouldn't like to be coming towards a bus. There is plenty of room for them to make the road bigger and if they are expecting 100,000 more people into the park they will need to do it. "The Bus is now leaving for The Narrow, NSW"

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