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Aqua park is a splash hit

Thursday, 16th August, 2018 7:59am
Aqua park is a splash hit
Aqua park is a splash hit

DUBLIN’S first inflatable aqua park is making a splash at Dún Laoghaire’s Coal Harbour.

Harbour Splash opened its doors to the public few weeks ago and will be running until the end of September.

An obstacle course over water including trampolines, climbing frames, slides, monkey bars and more is the latest attraction to the harbour.

Colin Harris, director of Big Splash Water Parks Ltd, the company behind the venture,said people of all ages have been enjoying an action-packed time on the water.

 "Children as young as eight can participate,” he said.

“We believe Harbour Splash will make a brilliant family day out."

The online booking system is at

Hour-long sessions are priced at €18 for under 18s and €22 for adults. 

Gerry Dunne, CEO of Dun Laoghaire Harbour Company, added: “This is a welcome addition to the harbour as it allows families and children public access to the water in a new, fun way.”


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