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  1. Aussie World have included per ride prices on the website
  2. MW lose Arkham Asylum, Dreamworld gain a B&M invert? One can dream lol
  3. Im happy with Al La Carte style dining at Ricks Café but man that is a pretty uninspiring menu. Not really enough real food there to entice me to waste an hour of my day in the dining experience.
  4. I am going to call BS. Here is the same bloke claiming he used to drive the Monorails. I think it would be very interesting if ‘guest services’ staff were the ones driving. I also find it hard to believe that SW would tolerate spilling the beans on such sensitive info on social media as a legitimate employee. It’s not hard to believe that SW might be giving up the ghost on the monorail system but I wouldn’t trust this info personally. I know its a decision that would not be made lightly so I will wait for a more credible source before I accept it.
  5. Its about creating diverse attractions for all people. You like open air rides, others like dark rides for the immersive experience they bring. Literally every other ride in the park takes advantage of landscape but personally when I ride a ride I am not riding it to ‘look at the view’ I am riding it for the experience of the ride itself. Seen as every other ride is open air I am sure one dark ride to cater for people who have a dark ride preference isn't going to kill you. I should also point out that I suggested a dark ride because I was keeping the space in mind, they already have an indoor structure that could be utilised and the area is not all that large, you are probably not going to squeeze in another coaster and the park already has an abundance of flat rides. But honestly, anything would be better than looking at a rusting away flume track
  6. I agree, I think they actually needed to do a post like this, there was a fair amount of backlash about WWF being closed again and I think the public needed a little more than just ‘scheduled maintenance’ to feel like MW had a good reason to stick to the schedule.
  7. I agree about the first part, there is already plenty of current and upcoming attractions that take advantage of this. But the immersive experience of indoor attractions is still great, I personally love walking into the penguins, or the jellyfish, or the underwater viewing of shark bay, its like walking into another world. Its about diversity and creating immersive experiences. An underwater adventure dark ride would be a smash hit imo.
  8. I would love to see an interactive Bluey dark ride kind of like Toy Mania at Disney, but with less issues than JL. It would be a smash.
  9. My moneys on new trains, the Monorail is pretty much the last remaining ‘heritage’ attraction left at Seaworld it would be a damn shame if it was decommissioned. On the topic of heritage attractions, has there been any whisper of future plans for Vikings Revenge yet? It just grinds my gears every time I visit the park, just sitting there using up all that wasted space. I heard a rumour that SW plan to get Intamin in to refurbish it, but I am not holding my breath. Personally it would be great to see the space used for a new precinct or a dark ride.
  10. This is all that they have said, my guess is it will be similar to Luna Park prices which is $11.50 per ride per adult, hopefully they tier the prices and this is the upper end. It will definitely be better value to buy an unlimited pass but its good for those parents and grandparents that might only want to ride one ride.
  11. This is interesting, I wonder if this promotion is a trial to see if the unlimited rides model is actually profitable for Aussie World, or if they are better off with a Luna Park type model
  12. Possibly but obviously they cant state this as the reason because guests wouldn’t accept that
  13. I honestly don’t know what the delay has been, the ride is good to go it has already been tested with staff members. My guess is they have had some delay due to insurance issues and now they are waiting for another peak period to make the most of the opening so my guess is next school holidays
  14. Honestly just be sensible and discreet about it. I pack a little lunch box with sandwiches, a couple of pieces of fruit and a little packet of chips for my kids almost every time I visit the park and I have never once ran into trouble with it. Sure if you bring in a freaking bucket of chicken from KFC for a large group they will probably tell you to take it outside. But I have never had a problem.
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