Acres Of Fun
Volcano Bay Map
Even the park map exudes lush greenery which is evident as you approach the park entrance from the tram stop. With virtual queues for all attractions your first stop should be to get your wrist band.
To get here you must first park your car in the main parking structure as you would for the theme parks then grab a quick 10-minute bus ride. Buses leave roughly every 15 minutes from the taxi rank. Expect a long queue first thing in the mornings.
First Steps Before You Relax
Writsband in hand and all changed it’s time to find a spot to park for the day. There are plenty of free loungers dotted around the various lagoons or you can purchase a cabana for the day.
Now get in those virtual queues. Information boards display the return time for all attractions. To get in line visit the attraction and tap on the totem. Your wrist will vibrate when its time to may your way over.
If you have small children there are limited loungers around Runamukka Reef to the right of the Volcano (J on the map).
There is a focus in this park on sharing thrills with friends and family. You will notice a lot of slides are for 2 or more people to enjoy at the same time. But you can still find traditional thrills with added spills amongst the parks attractions.
Krakatau Aqua Coaster
Take a thrilling ride around The Volcano as you are propelled up and down slopes and around bends in 4 person rafts.
4 slides of 2 person tubes twist and turn before a spalshdown finish.
Honu ika Moana
Honu ika Moana is 2 family slides for 5 riders at a time. Moana is more traditional while the steep drops and sides of Honu add thrilling new elements to enjoy.
2 traditional single person speed slides that twist in and around The Volcano.
things that aren’t slides
While slides make up the highest proportion of attractions there is plenty to do around the park while you wait your turn. As well as the Kopiko Wai Winding River, Runamukka Reef and Tot Tiki Reef for small ones just wandering around you will notice small but important interactive elements that enhance your day.
The central focal point of the park.
You don’t have to walk everywhere to get around. Hop on a tube in the lazy river and get off at your destination.
Runamukka Reef is great for children too small to ride the bigger slides.
Getting a relaxing day in Volcano Bay.
Set Yourself Up
Get In Those Lines
Relax & Explore
Getting A Relaxing Day Is As Easy As 1-2-3!
Get organised when you get in the park, resist the urge to explore straight away, to set yourself up for a relaxing stay at Volcano Bay
All the queues are virtual. As soon as you enter the park get changed and get your wristband. Sort out your sun loungers for the day and set a meeting point for anyone if they get lost.
Now as you walk about the park you can tap on an attraction you like for it to be added to your itinerary. Your wrist will vibrate when it’s time to make your way over. Until then just relax and go with the flow!