Kids get own kingdom
A new world officially opened Rainbow’s End.
The Manukau theme park now has its very own Kidz Kingdom.
The $3.7 million development is aimed at children aged 8 and under.
It includes a completely covered outdoor ride area and an indoor complex with play structures, interactive has
at technology and singing chickens. It also has play areas for toddlers, seven new birthday rooms and the brand new Small Talk Cafe.
Auckland deputy mayor Penny Hulse and businesswoman and entrepreneur Dame Wendy Pye formally cut the banner along with Sir John Walker and Martin Snedden at the opening of the new attraction. Over the past five years the business has invested in new thrill ride the Invader, new eateries, a new stage and beautification of several areas of the park. It also has plans to upgrade the park’s main entrance and another new thrill ride which is due for completion by April next year.