AUSTRALIA'S biggest inflatable water slide has taken up residence at Warwick Showgrounds but this is the last weekend you'll have the chance to give it a go.

Brave children from around the Southern Downs have been flocking to Warwick and have loved the thrill of riding the slide.

Blake O'Dea, 12, had quite a dramatic experience on the giant slide.

"It felt like half your guts going back into your head," he said.

Nicolene Snyman, 10, said it was an awesome experience.

"It was like when you go down something big and your stomach tickles, it was like that but so fun," she said.

Riding the slide with Nicolene was Samantha Burns, 11, and she thought it was great to have the attraction in Warwick.

"We actually have a chance to do something here rather than go somewhere else," she said.

 

Big Splash Water World set up at the showgrounds last weekend, with four different slides including Australia's biggest inflatable slide.

Spectators can sit and watch the brave riders for free, but those who are game enough can enjoy three hours of unlimited sliding for $20 for adults and $10 for children under 5.

There is no age limit for children, but children under 5 need to ride with an adult.

The gates will open again at 10am tomorrow for the last day of wet and wild fun in Warwick.

Warwick Showgrounds is located on Kingsford St, Warwick.



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