Coral Reef Waterworld

Coral Reef Waterworld, a water park and swimming pool in Bracknell, Berkshire, is currently undergoing a refurbishment which will introduce five new flume rides to the attraction.

The park, which opened in 1989, has announced that its new attractions will be ready in time for summer 2017.

The water park’s refurbishment is costing £13.3 million and will include a new swimming pool roof and a number of enhancements to the current facilities in addition to the new features.

For example, popular features like the pirate ship water play area are confirmed to be staying.

What’s new?

Groups planning a visit to the park next year will be able to enjoy five state-of-the art flume rides that are being installed within a new flume tower.

Two of the new flumes are said to be unique in the UK; further details are yet to be announced.

There will also be an enhancement to Sauna World – where visitors can enjoy a variety of sauna facilities – and upgrades to the Lazy River area.

A new changing village, an improved Coconut Grove café and a revamped reception area are also part of the refurbishment.

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More to do in Bracknell

Group travel organisers planning a future trip to Bracknell can extend an itinerary by visiting other nearby attractions.

These include Go Ape, where group rates are available, and The Look Out Discovery Centre. The latter is a great option for groups with young families.

Other nearby attractions include South Hill Park, which is described as the creative heart of Berkshire. Housing two theatres, the arts centre also has a dance studio, creative spaces and a cinema, all set within the award-winning grounds of an 18th century mansion.

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