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  1. Dreamworld unveils new and returning attractions as peak season winds down As the busy summer winds down, Dreamworld announces the new Play School Wheel, gets Wipeout operational and the Log Ride continues its preparation for eventual reopening. Click here to continue reading
  2. Sea World's Carnivale returns bigger, bolder and better in 2018 Carnivale at Sea World offers a vibrant smorgasbord of food and entertainment based on New Orleans and South American culture. Click here to continue reading
  3. Join the Party at Carnivale at Sea World Sea World’s only after-dark event, Carnivale returns to the park for selected nights this January. Click here to continue reading
  4. Dreamworld's Wipeout and Log Ride remain closed as reopening dates shift Dreamworld's hopes to return both the Wipeout and Rocky Hollow Log Ride to service before Christmas didn't come to fruition as reopening dates continue to be pushed back. Click here to continue reading
  5. Dreamworld rebounds with big crowds for the peak season Dreamworld is feeling once again like its former self with peak season crowds descending on the theme park. Click here to continue reading
  6. Dreamworld takes bold steps towards recovery with i-Ride flying theatre Dreamworld's announcement of a flying theatre attraction is the first indication of a real recovery strategy. Click here to continue reading
  7. Village Roadshow has sold their Gold Coast land but the theme parks are staying put The land that is home to Warner Bros. Movie World, Wet'n'Wild and Australian Outback Spectacular has been sold, but these theme parks will be around for generations to come. Click here to continue reading
  8. Ardent Leisure's sale of its bowling division points to Dreamworld sale next As Ardent Leisure inks a deal to sell their Australian bowling division, all signs point to a lean, USA-focused future for Ardent Leisure. One without Dreamworld. Click here to continue reading
  9. Former Village Roadshow Theme Parks CEO Tim Fisher appointed chief operating officer of Cedar Fair Former CEO of Australia's largest theme park operator returns to USA in the COO position with industry leader Cedar Fair. Click here to continue reading
  10. Mark Hamill's fifteen year association with Warner Bros. Movie World The Hollywood legend and star of Star Wars: The Last Jedi has lent his talents to three major attractions at the Australian theme park since 2002. Click here to continue reading
  11. Dreamworld's Eureka Mountain Mine Ride will not be reopening Dreamworld won't be pressing ahead with plans to relaunch the classic Eureka Mountain Mine Ride following analysis of the ride structure and its viability as an ongoing attraction at the theme park. Click here to continue reading
  12. Experience a Magical Night of Festivities with White Christmas at Warner Bros. Movie World The magic of Christmas will return to Warner Bros. Movie World this December, with the annual White Christmas event launching tonight. Click here to continue reading
  13. Summer kicks off at Sea World with The Reef at Castaway Bay Sea World officially launched their latest attraction today, a fully accessible interactive splash area located inthe theme park's Castaway Bay area. Click here to continue reading
  14. Village Roadshow Theme Parks CEO Clark Kirby: 'We're really excited about the future of theme parks' Parkz caught up with Clark Kirby, CEO of Village Roadshow Theme Parks, to discuss the big changes that have been unveiled this week and how these form part of a new vision for their Gold Coast theme parks. Click here to continue reading
  15. No more locker hire fees on Superman Escape at Movie World It's been perhaps one of the most disliked things at Movie World since the ride opened in 2005, but as of this week it's gone: no more one-hour locker hire fees for Superman Escape. Click here to continue reading