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H20 Xtream Activities Prove Popular

Media Release
15 January 2004

With the weather well into summer time, many families, kids and groups are hitting the pools in force. H20 Xtream’s pool has once again proved to be popular, with many visitors from the Upper Hutt and the wider Wellington regions. Some visitors have come as far away as England and Japan.

“It’s the atmosphere of the pool and the ever - changing activities and inflatables that draw in customers from all regions” says Kim Mackay, Recreation and Event Programmer

H20 Xtream is currently featuring a jungle theme to bring out the inner Tarzan in many kids. This theme and activities can be experience at the pool until the end of the school holidays - Friday 23rd January.

Daily jungle activities for children include a worm eating competition, Tarzan and vine swing, raft racing, camouflage face painting, and crocodile wrestling plus many more, all between 1-3pm weekdays.

In addition to these exciting pool-based activities, H20 Xtream features a portable rock wall, for all those who dare to try. The wall is available for all ages, at no extra cost and is open between 1-5pm weekdays until the end of the holidays.

Recreation and Event Programmer, Kim Mackay, says “The activities are popular amongst children aged 8-14 years, especially the Tarzan swing and crocodile wrestling”

H20 Xtream also features its new Pizza Haven Spinners, Xtream inflatables and thrilling slides. Each day is jammed pack full of activities that change daily, enabling people to come back time and time again.


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