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  1. Village Roadshow Theme Parks to launch biggest Summer Ever with new Attractions, Shows and Experiences Village Roadshow Theme Parks is set for its biggest summer ever with a host of exciting new attractions, experiences and shows opening across its premier Gold Coast locations. Click here to continue reading
  2. Sky Voyager is Preparing for Take-Off at Dreamworld For the first time in the Southern Hemisphere, you can take to the sky and experience an extrasensory journey over Australia with Dreamworld’s Sky Voyager about to take flight! Click here to continue reading
  3. Dreamworld's i-Ride to be named Sky Voyager As suggested by recent trademark applications, Dreamworld are moving forward with the name Sky Voyager for the forthcoming simulator attraction while also reaffirming a summer school holidays opening of the attraction. Click here to continue reading
  4. New Dreamworld CEO: Ardent Leisure takes a gamble with divestment expert with no theme park experience The direction of Dreamworld has been entrusted to a former club and casino executive whose last role saw him tasked with selling off the company's entire assets. Click here to continue reading
  5. SkyVoyager: Dreamworld's third i-Ride name attempt might just stick For the third time, Dreamworld owners Ardent Leisure have applied to trademark a potential name choice for the forthcoming i-Ride flying theatre attraction. Click here to continue reading
  6. Fright Nights Returns to Warner Bros. Movie World Warner Bros. Movie World’s premier after-dark event, Fright Nights is returning to the park for 11 nights this October and will be sure to have guests holding onto their skin. Click here to continue reading
  7. Dreamworld's i-Ride: Ardent Leisure registers 'SkyRyder' trademark Following an abortive attempt to register the name Flyover, Dreamworld owners borrow the name of an American pornographic film star for the latest apparent move in naming their forthcoming flight simulator attraction. Click here to continue reading
  8. Shaun the Sheep is flocking to Paradise Country Shaun the Sheep is embarking on an Australian adventure and he and his flock are set to spread their outrageous behaviour, sheepish shenanigans and panic in the pasture at Paradise Country. Click here to continue reading
  9. Experience the DC Rivals HyperCoaster from a New Perspective Guests at Warner Bros. Movie World can now climb the tallest HyperCoaster in the Southern Hemisphere, with the DC Rivals HyperCoaster Lift Climb. Click here to continue reading
  10. Sea Jellies Illuminated is now open at Sea World Sea World has brought the beauty and wonder of sea jellies to life with the all new Sea Jellies Illuminated exhibit in partnership with Griffith University. Click here to continue reading
  11. Tiger cubs Melati and Mya to leave Dreamworld The seven-month old cubs will soon take up residence at the National Zoo and Aquarium in Canberra. Click here to continue reading
  12. Village Roadshow Theme Parks Supports SIP Week Village Roadshow Theme Parks is pledging support to the Perry Cross Spinal Research Foundation’s annual SIP (Spinal Injury Project) Week campaign. Click here to continue reading
  13. Track comes down from DC Rivals HyperCoaster during annual maintenance A significant section of track from Warner Bros. Movie World's latest and largest attraction has been removed less than a year after the attraction opened. Click here to continue reading
  14. Renaming Dreamworld would be a token and ultimately ineffective fix for the theme park's woes Calls to rename Dreamworld so that they can start afresh are pointless without a real strategy to rebuild a damaged theme park. Click here to continue reading
  15. Dreamworld posts losses and writes off $75 million in value, Ardent Leisure safety chairman resigns Preliminary results for the 2018 yesterday are out and Dreamworld flounders for the second year in a row, with owners Ardent Leisure wiping $75 million from the theme park's value. Click here to continue reading