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Construction diary for the Drachental Family Park

Construction is progressing

Construction diary for the Drachental Family Park

The 5 million Euro project is underway! Read more about the progress report here...

Site visits

The Wildschönau Council and the Tourist Board invites local people to an inspection of the Drachtental Family Park site

Mayor Hannes Eder and TVB chairman Michael Unger invited members of the council and the supervisory board to visit the construction site. All participants were able to find out important details and background information.
At the same time it was decided to offer the local people the opportunity to get an idea of ​​the project directly on site. All questions were answered.
Two interesting site tours have already taken place. Information about further dates will follow.


Construction is progressing

Favoured by the recent beautiful weather, the construction work on the Wildschönau Drachental Family Park is progressing quickly. The 3000 square metre parking lot and the necessary access roads are currently under construction. 150 parking spaces will be provided in ​​the family park. During the course of the excavation work, the council took the opportunity to exchange the 60-year-old water mains to Niederau.
One of the attractions is already taking form; the Volcano has been built with large pipes for kids to crawl through and and old fashioned funnel phones so that they can talk to each other while inside.
On 27. April work began on the huge 1000m2 seepage shaft so that all the surface water can be drained.
Michael Unger is very happy with the developments.

Start of construction 1. April 2020

After years of planning, on April 1 (no kidding) it was time for  “groundbreaking” on the 5 million expensive project “Wildschönau Drachental Family Park”.

With the amusement park, the tourism board hopes to create a fantastic park for local families and guest families in cooperation with the valley council and private investors.

The first construction steps include parking spaces and building of the necessary general infrastructure.

Opening is planned for 2021!