Kids get own king­dom

Auckland City Harbour News - - NEWS -

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.

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