The man behind the indoor skyder in the pictures on the back of this article is one of Australia’s leading water park engineers, and he says there’s no way the park is in danger.
“I would be shocked if it was in trouble,” Mr Williams said.
“There’s no doubt about it, we’re doing a lot of work in our park to ensure that there’s nothing that’s going to break down in the park and it’s going in the right direction.”
Mr Williams says he’s not sure if the park’s in danger and he’s confident the park will survive the upcoming winter.
“We have a couple of things going right, and we’re hoping that the winter season is going to be good,” he said.
He said the park would be fine in the winter but it’s a matter of time before the waterpark is closed.
“It’s very hard to predict when a park will be able to operate, but it doesn’t take a lot to see a change,” Mr Matthews said.
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