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A.H

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  1. New vekoma slc, vekoma kids coaster and vekoma family suspended coaster
  2. I'm Just here on my phone and WTF. This is weird but I'll probably get used to it
  3. Pipeline at Cockburn ARC is painful to ride so no wonder there's an injury
  4. $32 million? I'm starting to think Mack is definitely Overpriced and DC Rivals was better value for money
  5. More Bush Beasts bank more off nostalgia. Good point about less sit downs though
  6. Two bush beasts. Why not It would cater to a larger audience and provide different experiences. Only similarities are wood and name. What two LSM coasters? The Vekoma bermuda blitz has a chain lift. (Semi-realistic wish list)
  7. Assuming a new Wonderland Sydney is still happening what rollercoasters should come? (Semi-realistic wish list) I'm thinking: Beastie II- Gravity Group family wooden coaster (like wooden warrior) Demon II- Vekoma family Boomerang Son of Bush Beast- Modern GG or GCI Revenge of Bush Beast- RMC ground up hybrid (like Zadra) Premier Multi launch looping coaster (like Full Throttle + longer length) Vekoma bermuda blitz
  8. We haven't got news on Wonderland since 2016 so where did you get that David Bala's news?
  9. Somewhat small report At the start of the year as part of our overseas visit my family had a layover in Dubai, which meant that we got to go to Atlantis Aquaventure waterpark in Dubai. This was my first overseas park and I was impressed. The park had 2 main slide towers but I only managed to do one of them which was the one with the master blasters. I was impressed with the 'rollercoaster' sized drops, the stomach drop feeling and how fun they were as very reridable. The slides felt faster than looked. The lazy Rivers were fun with the rapids (that got more boring the more I we
  10. Thanks @Aw hype cool info. If you know how to use Landgate aerial imagery (Launch map viewer plus> Zoom in> Top right corner/Camera icon (buy aerial imagery)> select year) you can view old aerial images.
  11. They should buy the aquarium clearly enough room for a Giga
  12. Intamin is just throwing mud at a wall and hoping it eventually sticks
  13. Nice news and it does seem weird with the slide placement. I always wanted to go on a high speed racer but the half pipe doesn't seem good. I was hoping for a wave pool instead of a normal pool but it seems nicely themed. I hope we get a water coaster eventually. @AlexB As explained in this video by Proslide the flying saucer element is designed as a banked turn with the saucer being a gimmick.
  14. I heard rides like the Skyloop and Sky Rocket II look very intimidating to the GP especially with lap bars. Unless DW is aiming for quality over quantity, become more of a family park they need another big thrill coaster
  15. Bush beast was one of those Taft Grizzly clones and it's not very well received by modern standards but since it's Australia it's obviously held to a higher regard. One question was Beastie one of those Woodstock express clones?
  16. To fit the theme of Dreamworld, I reckon that DW should repaint Mick doohan and Sidewinder to Orange too
  17. DC Rivals Hypercoaster costed $30 million AUD ($20 million USD). While this is the most expensive Australian rollercoaster, the modified Blue Fire clone/Steel Taipan is also costing a similar amount at around $30 million AUD and Copperhead Strike is costing $30 million USD. Rivals, Steel Taipan & Copperhead Strike are obviously different coasters and I am aware of the differences such as: -DCR having limited theming (1.4km of Track) -Copperhead Strike having extensive theming and 2 launches. (992m of track) -Blue Fire being a first of it's kind, theming
  18. All jokes aside Six Flags would never enter Australia. Six flags hasn't built a groundup park since 1971 and even if they did enter the Australian market it would have Been during the Premier Parks era when they were expanding like crazy.
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