Sea Viper

Former roller coaster at Sea World. Built by Arrow Dynamics and opened in 1982.
Ridden this?
77

Average Ratings

Enjoyment
7.0
Effectiveness
8.0
Intensity
7.0
Rider Comfort
2.0
Pacing
6.0
Theming/Storyline
4.0
Upkeep/Presentation
6.0
Queue/Efficiency
7.0

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

Height

28
metres

Length

600
metres

Speed

70
km/hr