The Magic is back with the VIP Magic Pass

Village Roadshow Theme Parks’ VIP Magic Pass is back and giving guests up to 15 months of unlimited entry to four of the Gold Coast’s favourite theme parks.

Image: Village Roadshow Theme Parks. The latest annual pass offering from VRTP offers up to 15 months access to Sea World, Movie World, Wet'n'Wild and Paradise Country for $99.

The VIP Magic Pass provides unlimited entry to Warner Bros. Movie World, Sea World, Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast and Paradise Country until 30 June 2018.

Village Roadshow Theme Parks spokesperson, Renee Soutar said the VIP Magic Pass is the best way to experience the Gold Coast’s premier theme parks.

“The VIP Magic Pass provides unlimited entry to four unique theme parks and with an upcoming announcement about the Southern Hemisphere’s greatest attraction launching at Warner Bros. Movie World in September, now is the best time to lock-in your year of new fun,” she said.

“The VIP Magic Pass provides families with a great value-for-money option to visit our iconic parks year round and with a fantastic range of rides, attractions and animal experiences there is something on offer for the whole family.

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“Guests can meet their favourite superheroes at Movie World, get up close with amazing wildlife at Sea World, have splashtacular fun at Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast and enjoy the best Aussie farm experience at Paradise Country.

“For the younger kids, the amazing Nickelodeon Land which features Sea World’s first ever mini rollercoaster or Wet’n’Wild Junior at Wet’n’Wild including miniature versions of the park’s signature larger thrill slides are musts.”

The VIP Magic Pass is available for $99.99, for more information or to purchase, please visit or call 13 33 86.

If you're looking for more from Village Roadshow Theme Parks this year, Groupon are currently offering a 12-month Mega Pass. Unlimited access to Sea World, Movie World, Wet'n'Wild and Paradise Country, with bonus unlimited digital ride photos all year for $99 – a saving of 50%. 

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