The Club at Parkwood Village, a leisure destination on Australia’s Gold Coast, is to add a new development to the venue. Plans are in place to expand the sport and family activity hub with an Endless Surf facility.
Endless Surf is developed by WhiteWater, which has been building surf pools since 1989. Using enhanced pneumatic technology, Endless Surf features rolling sets, designed for operational ease, as well as flexibility, high capacity and safety. Boasting a compact size, fewer resources are required to build Endless Surf and less water is needed to operate it.
Luke Altschwager, managing director and founder of Parkwood, comments on the extension of Parkwood: “There is nothing more quintessentially Australian than surfing, and this new technology creating customised repeatable man-made waves is going to revolutionize the sport. I want to make sure Parkwood becomes the heart of the sport here on the Gold Coast. Not only is a world class surf pool a perfect fit for our active community, it anchors a whole new level of economic investment in the area,” he said.
As well as a realistic surf experience, Parkwood plans to expand its hospitality, medical and commercial services, and develop a new hotel and residential apartments that will look out of the Endless Surf pool.
It is hoped the development at Parkwood will be completed by 2023.