Jamberoo Action Park under construction for Velocity Falls

Desiree Savage
Updated June 29 2021 - 12:14am, first published June 16 2021 - 3:21pm
Jamberoo Action Park owner Jim Eddy amongst the 25,000 worth of cubic metres of earth that needs to be moved around for the new Velocity Falls attraction. Picture: Robert Peet
Jamberoo Action Park owner Jim Eddy amongst the 25,000 worth of cubic metres of earth that needs to be moved around for the new Velocity Falls attraction. Picture: Robert Peet

If you thought constructing IKEA furniture was a challenge, imagine constructing a 160 metre-long, high adrenaline waterslide with the use of diagrams and manuals.

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Desiree Savage

Desiree Savage

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