Win tickets to Night Rides!



Ever wondered what Rainbow’s End woulduntitled be like at night? Saturday nights rock at Rainbow’s End this winter with the park open till 11pm on Saturday, the 11th and 18th of July.
In association with Rainbow’s End, The Post Newspaper is giving away three packs of four tickets to lucky readers, to be used on the evening of July 18 for an action packed night of fun.
Valued at over $150, each pack offers four adult tickets (valid for kids as well), and will allow the winners to enjoy a night on some of the most amazing and thrilling rides in the southern hemisphere.
With all rides open and awesome live entertainment, there’s loads of fun for everyone.
The latest ride Stratosfear is there to be conquered, and with a complete 360 degree rotation, it will challenge even the most seasoned thrill seeking ride enthusiasts.
This ride is a first in the Southern Hemisphere, seats 30 people and with the complete 360 it’s one of only four worldwide!
As well as the Stratosfear, check out their Invader; seated on a huge disk facing over the edge you will be spun and transported along an 80 metre track which reaches heights of 15 metres.
The Power Surge ride is billed as giving riders a different ride every time. Riders begin their disorientating journey seated in a star formation with their feet dangling below them touching the ground.
They are then hoisted 18 metres into the air and spun on both vertical and horizontal axes.
But wait, there’s more – while the ride is spinning the seats rotate as well! At 18 stories high, the Fearfall takes two cars of four seated riders each on a controlled ascent to the top of the tower, pauses them for a few seconds and then drops them – reaching speeds of 80km/h.
And then there’s the Corkscrew Coaster, the only one in New Zealand. You are taken more than 90 feet in the air, then sent shooting down towards the ground into a complete loop, round a corner at teeth-rattling speed and then into a double corkscrew.
These are just a few of the attractions which are made even better at night, and are proving to be one of Auckland’s premier night-time attractions.
To be in with a chance to win one of the packs of tickets, simply email us at and tell us how many people the new Stratosfear ride seats.
Don’t forget to include your name and contact telephone number!
All correct entries will go into a draw to be held at noon on Monday July 13. Winners will be contacted by telephone and announced in the Post
Newspaper on July 14.
One entry per person.
Good luck, and you could be in action on Saturday July 18!


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