According to pellicano.com.au, the City of Kingston in Melbourne, Australia is getting a surf park and wave pool experience, powered by Endless Surf. Spearheaded by Pellicano Developers, the project — named Surf-N-Play Aqua Park — will retrofit the old Zagame Wild Water Park with Whitewater’s Endless Surf as its underlying technology — similar to how other facilities have used retrofitting as a faster and more efficient approach to market.
“Our reliable pneumatic technology creates endless rolling sets, designed for operational success; being flexible, high capacity, and above all else, safe,” says Paul Chutter, Chief Business Development Officer of Whitewater. “Endless Surf is a surfer’s dream of on-demand waves. Its organic, heart-shaped pool design is scalable in size, with a width of up to 300-meters in a 2-hectare pool and can provide up to a 26 second end-to-end ride. Patent protected proprietary programming, accessed through its Wave Doctor interface, gives the operator the control to change the wave pattern in real-time based on the session requirements and guests in the pool. Importantly, Endless Surf can run multiple wave types at one time so that beginners, intermediates, and experts can surf alongside each other, providing huge operational flexibility.”
Barring any setbacks, the Endless Surf wave pool will open for business in 2024, joining URBNSurf as the second public surf pool in Melbourne.