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Wondaria Remains

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Wondaria Remains
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Screenshot from the reveal of Wondaria Remains.
Level No. 3
No. of Waddle Dees 48
Stages Welcome to Wondaria
Circuit Speedway
Invasion at the House of Horrors
The Wondaria Dream Parade
Danger under the Big Top (boss)
Treasure Road stages With Gusto! Turn the Windmills
Roll and Jump! Pipe-Ramp Path
Roll On! Needle Road
Line 'Em Up! Toss and Return
Toss 'Em! Hit the Bomb Blocks
Swirl and Twirl! Turn the Windmills
Whack Attack! Hammer Trial
Burn over the Belts! Conveyor Dash
Slash Wisely! Rope-Cutting Quiz
Boss(es) Clawroline
Theme music

Theme for the map of Wondaria Remains.

Level order
Everbay Coast Winter Horns
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Whoa! It's an amusement park! There are so many rides here... I can't wait!
— Elfilin, in reference to Wondaria Remains

Wondaria Remains is the third level of Kirby and the Forgotten Land, accessible after clearing Everbay Coast. It consists of five main stages and nine Treasure Road stages. There are a total of 48 Waddle Dees to rescue in this level. The boss of the level is Clawroline, who is fought in the final regular stage, Danger under the Big Top. Wondaria Remains takes place in the ruins of an amusement park known as Wondaria, which features mostly-intact rides, attractions, and dangerous creatures and machines.


Wondaria Remains features five regular stages and nine Treasure Road stages. The regular stages are played and unlocked in sequence, while the Treasure Road stages have separate unlock criteria. For details on each stage individually, click the name of the stage.

Stages in Wondaria Remains  
Stage Unlock Req. Waddle Dees Mouthful Modes Bosses/Mid-Bosses Notes
No 10 Coaster Mouth, Water-Balloon Mouth The blueprint for Toy Hammer can be found here.
Complete Welcome to Wondaria. 10 Car Mouth Wild Edge The blueprint for Gigant Sword can be found here.
Complete Circuit Speedway. 10 Light-Bulb Mouth, Vending Mouth The blueprint for Time Crash can be found here.
Complete Invasion at the House of Horrors. 11 Car Mouth, Cone Mouth, Water-Balloon Mouth The blueprint for Fleur Tornado can be found here. There is a hidden HAL Room in this stage.
Complete The Wondaria Dream Parade and rescue at least 21 Waddle Dees. 7 No Clawroline Clearing this stage unlocks Winter Horns. The blueprint for Pencil Drill can be found here.
Treasure Road stages in Wondaria Remains  
Stage Difficulty Unlock Req. Ability/Mode used Spring-Breeze Mode Time Wild Mode Time Target Time Notes
★★ Find it in the World Map Ring Mouth 2:30 2:00 1:00
★★★ Find it in the World Map Pipe Mouth 1:30 1:00 0:40
Complete Welcome to Wondaria Needle 2:30 2:00 0:30
Complete Circuit Speedway Cutter 2:30 2:00 0:45
★★ Complete Invasion at the House of Horrors Bomb 2:30 2:00 0:45
★★★ Complete The Wondaria Dream Parade Fleur Tornado 2:00 1:30 1:00 Despite the given stage order, this stage is unlocked last if the player is methodical in collecting Waddle Dees.
★★ Rescue 5 Waddle Dees in Wondaria Remains Hammer 3:30 3:00 1:20
★★ Rescue 16 Waddle Dees in Wondaria Remains Fire 2:30 2:00 0:45
★★ Rescue 27 Waddle Dees in Wondaria Remains Sword 2:00 1:30 1:00


  • Notably, when deciphering the new world script, the amusement park is called "Wonderia", not Wondaria. This may be because "Wondaria" is how "Wonderia" would sound like in Japanese, or it could also be because there is a defunct amusement park in Indonesia also named Wonderia.
  • According to the figure text associated with certain elements of Wondaria, the theme park is based upon a children's book series about dogs who have adventures in outer space. The park is named after the author of these books; the two main mascots, Wondog and Wondy, are based on the dogs owned by the author. It's possible that Wondaria (in Japanese, ワンダリア wandaria) is meant to be a pun on ワンワン wan-wan, the sound of a dog's bark in Japanese.
  • According to an interview with the developers, Wondaria is supposed to have been a famous theme park in the new world, but it also has elements of smaller, rural amusement parks. Each designer of the game had a different idea of what an "amusement park" should be, so they decided to combine aspects of different kinds of amusement parks from around the world, as a way to evoke dreamlike childhood memories.[1]
  • Wondaria's hub-and-spokes-based map and several of its attractions (such as the raceway, haunted house, and night-time parade) are reminiscent of the various Disney theme parks, particularly Disneyland. The music for The Wondaria Dream Parade is very similar to the "Baroque Hoedown", which is the theme song for the Main Street Electrical Parade. Additionally, Wondog and Wondy (the park mascots) bring to mind Mickey and Minnie Mouse, given that they are pre-existing characters who formed the basis for the park.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ワンダリア跡地あとち
Wandaria Atochi
Wonderia Ruins
Traditional Chinese 驚奇樂園遺址
Jīngqí Lèyuán Yízhǐ
Wonder Amusement Park Ruins
The founder of Wondaria's name is translated as 驚奇利亞/惊奇利亚 (Jīngqí Lìyà, translation of "wonder" + transliteration of "ria")
Simplified Chinese 惊奇乐园遗址
Jīngqí Lèyuán Yízhǐ
Dutch Wondaria-pretpark Wondaria theme park
French Wondaria -
German Wundaria-Ruinen Wondaria-Ruins
Italian Macerie Meravillà Meravillà Ruins
"Meravillà" is a combination of meraviglia (wonder) and villà (villa).
Korean 원더리아 철거지
Wondeoria Cheolgeoji
Wonderia Demolition Site
Spanish Viva Maravilia Long Live Maravilia
While "Viva" when literally translated means "Alive", here it's used with its other meaning which roughly translates to English as "Long Live".
"Maravilia" is a corruption of "Maravilla" (wonder).