About

The ride was previously known as Corkscrew Rollercoaster, and was the first triple looping roller coaster in Australia.

At the end of 2009 the ride was rebranded Sea Viper, with the main changes being a new 'low profile' train built by Kumbak, and the track being repainted from white to orange.

StatusClosed
Opening DateSeptember 17, 1982
Closing DateJuly 17, 2014

Stats

Coaster type Steel
Manufacturer Arrow Dynamics
Model Sitdown Looper
Height 28 m
Speed 70 km/hr
Length 600 m
Trains on track 1
Cars per train 7
Ride time 1:35 mins

User Ratings

7.0
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6.0
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2.0
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8.0
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User Reviews

7.0
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Richard 3 months ago
A good ride that was turned mediocre by the replacement of its original Arrow train with an awful vehicle from KumbacK Coasters. Its rebadge to Sea Viper from Corkscrew at the same time was a rather pointless exercise.
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