Tasmania, an island state part of the Commonwealth of Australia, lies to the south of the Australian continent. This famous naturalist state is almost twice as large as Switzerland and welcomes the first entertainment park dedicated exclusively to snow-tubing. It was built on the border of Launceston.
The “Sliders Tube Park” opened just a few weeks ago and has already reached more than 10,000 “likes” on Facebook and thousands have already been able to experience the two-adrenaline pumping Tubby tracks. The slopes were designed, supplied, and installed by Neveplast and are colored green and yellow, the typical colors of the Australian nation. The client’s requirements of reaching the largest customer base possible were met by producing two 100 meters slopes, one straight, and the other full of curves for the adrenaline fan. A third shorter slope was created for younger children to use free of charge.
Since the official opening of “Sliders Tube Park”, the turnout has been very high and the slope has been declared a huge success.
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