Update - work well underway at Coral Reef
Work is progressing swiftly on the exciting refurbishment of Coral Reef Waterworld.
As of 23 September, 2016, work to build the base for the new flume tower (which will house the five fantastic new waterslides) began, after the old flumes and the flume tower were demolished over the summer.
Elsewhere, the scaffolding required for the main pool hall roof to be taken down and replaced has been completed. The work to the roof will begin shortly.
The stripping out of the fittings in the reception area, changing rooms and Coconut Grove café is also near completion.
The refurbishment project will result in:
- five thrilling state-of-the art flume rides being installed within a new flume tower
- enhancement to Sauna World
- upgrading the Lazy River area
- a new changing village
- a fresh Coconut Grove café
- revamping the reception area
- a replacement roof over the main pool hall and other areas of the building
For regular updates, head to the Coral Reef Waterworld Facebook page.
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CBeebies at Coral Reef
Did you see Coral Reef Waterworld featured on CBeebies recently? There was filming by the ‘Do You Know’ show going down our old slides, up the old flume tower and in the plant room too.
You can still view it on CBeebies iPlayer.
Coral Reef closed
Coral Reef is closed for its transformation until 2017.
Please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org for any enquiries while the site is closed.
Coral Reef Waterworld, Bracknell Forest Council’s top leisure attraction, is undergoing a fantastic £13.3m facelift.
We closed for our transformation on January and will reopen in 2017 with the five new, state-of-the-art flumes.
Car park - important notice
The Coral Reef car park is permanently closed to the public at all times due to the Coral Reef refurbishment project.