The ride starts out as a conventional ghost-train style ride themed to Scooby-Doo. Approximately half-way through the ride the four-rider carriages are transported vertically via an elevator into the roller coaster portion. After a 7m backwards drop the ride becomes a standard wild mouse coaster in Mack's off-the-shelf layout, albeit indoors and with extensive audio visual effects.
Due to the elevator featuring two cars in passing loop configuration, riders are tilted heavily as the two cars pass.
Styled after its namesake 2002 film. The Scooby-Doo animatronics feature custom recordings and were voiced by Neil Fanning, the voice actor from the film. Prior to his role in the film, Fanning was a performer in Movie World's Police Academy Stunt Show.
|Ride Name||Scooby-Doo Spooky Coaster|
|Opening Date||June 17, 2002|
|Approx. Opening Date||June 17 2002|
|Approx. Closing Date||0|
|Drop height||7 m|
|Capacity (per hour)||1000 people per hour|
|Trains on track||18|
|Cars per train||1|
|Rows per car||2|
|Seats per row||2|
|Ride time||4:13 mins|
|Restraint style||Ratchet Lap Bar|
|Braking system||Friction Fin Brakes|