Etiquette & Protocol

Flumes Rules

Last Updated: 03 Feb 2023

  • All bathers must ride on their backs, feet first 
  • Cross arms over chest, with hands touching shoulders 
  • Do not attempt to kneel or stand 
  • You must not attempt to stop yourself in the flume and do not hold onto the sides 
  • Walk out of the catch immediately as you come to a stop 
  • Do not re-enter the flume or aqua catch 
  • No goggles, jewellery or locker keys are to be worn 
  • No buoyancy aids of any kind permitted on the flume 
  • See the table below for age and height restrictions that apply to the flumes
  • Do not commence your ride until permitted 
  • Always listen to the lifeguards 

You should not use the flume if you are: 

  • Pregnant 
  • Under the influence of alcohol or drugs 
  • Suffer from any heart, spinal or physical injury 
  • Suffer from epilepsy 

Warning: There is a risk of epilepsy due to the light effect within the flume.

To help you stay safe in the pool and be able to ride the water flumes, please note  the following rider details:

Flume                Riders     Details: Age & Height
All                    1          8+ years over 1.2m tall
White                 2          E.g. 2 adults or 2 children 8+ years over 1.2m
White                2          1 adult, 1 child 4+ years over 1m tall
White                3           E.g. 1 adult, 1 child 8+ years over 1.2m and 1 child 4+ years over 1m tall
White                3           E.g. 3 adults, or 3 children 8+y ears all over 1.2m

Adults: 16+ years of age, and over 1.2 metres (m) tall.