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Thrillrulz last won the day on January 28 2012

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  1. I would create a dark ride themed to the DC movie Watchmen (2009) to be put in the old batman building. For the new ride i would add a Giant HUSS Topspin, which will be themed to the movie Batman: The Dark Knight (2008) And I would retheme Lethal weapon to the Harry Potter series. With China Town being rethemed into Hogsmeade.
  2. Although the Australian country is not that different to the american west, thus it would work
  3. Lol...alright guys....i didnt realise the Wild Wild West was actually a place in America...i just thought it was a movie...lol...my mistake Let it be Bandits
  4. Heres an update on Wet'n'Wild Sydney...The water park has been given the green light...WOOOO Prospect: Government gives Wet'n'Wild ticket to ride QUAKERS Hill brothers Jacob and Caleb Hansford spent every day they could at Wet’n'Wild on the Gold Coast when they lived in Queensland and now, with the NSW government signing off on Wet’n'Wild at Prospect, they will be able to enjoy some of their favourite rides again. The Planning Department gave concept approval for the $98 million first stage of the $140 million project on December 8 last year. It is up to the park’s builders, Village Roadshow, to get back to the government by March on “conditions” made on the project. The Hansford boys are competitive swimmers and Caleb, 14, said it would be great to have a Wet’n'Wild nearby. He said he made the most of the Gold Coast park when the family was living in Mango Hill in Brisbane. “It was close to us and was so much fun,” Caleb said. “It will be good to have one nearby for when it gets stinking hot.” Construction is expected to begin in a few months in time to open by September 2013. The government is leasing 25ha of land for the project, which is expected to attract nearly a million visitors in its first year. The 10 rides in stage one include the Duelling Master Blaster Tube Ride and Sky Coaster. Village said 300 jobs would be created during construction and operation of the park and $500 million would be injected into the western Sydney economy in the first 10 years. A Tourism NSW spokesman said the park would boost tourism in Blacktown. Blacktown Council initially was not satisfied with $5.2 million to upgrade roads around the Reservoir Rd site but late last year threw its support behind the project after Village agreed to an additional $2 million to reseal Reservoir Rd. A Tourism NSW spokesman said the park would be a big boost for tourism in Blacktown. “The water is an essential part of the Sydney experience; our people live, breathe and celebrate the water in a variety of ways. A new themed water attraction like Wet’n'Wild would provide an opportunity for visitors to enhance that experience,” he said.
  5. A bushranger fits BETTER becasue it is designed for an AUSTRALIAN park not an american park. Bushrangers are famous to be found in Australia, through Ned Kelly.
  6. Here is my suggestion to extend the Wild Wild West area... I would add a B & M Diving Rollercoaster, create two new 4D shows to be shown in a new 4D "Show Stage", which will use the current show stage building. I will also create a new resturant, rest area and and more themeing along a new path. My Planned setup can be seen in the PDF file below. The Diving rollercoaster will be a mix between Oblivion where it dives into the ground, and Shrieka where it is actually a rollercoaster. The story behind the rollercoaster is you are just about to go into a mine, when the lift gets stuck and you a hear a great roar. That is when you are informed that there has been an earthquake which causes the tower to shake and the lift to break which sends you hurtling down into the mine. Luckily ou are picked up by a current of water that has engulfed the mine, which takes you on a daring ride spurting you up in the air and around. The ride comes to an end when you end up safe back in the station that is themed to be a lake, also you glide over the Wild Wild West Falls lake infront of the mountain which will add to the other ride as the people riding wild wild west falls will get soaked as the rides will be syncronised. The first show would be a 4D version of Rango. The second 4d show would be about a group who is travelling through the wild wild west when they are held up by bushrangers, they try to escape and end up with many obstacles but eventually escape and the bushrangers are caught with your help. New Wild Wild West Area.pdf
  7. LOL That parade is AWESOME!! I love that song.
  8. So...The Top 10 Rollercoasters in the World as voted by Parkz are: ( Although due to the close competition, only seven places were filled due to many of the rides having the same amount of votes ) 1. Superman Escape ( 10 votes ) 2. Space Mountain ( 7 votes ) 3. - Tatsu ( 6 votes) - Xcellerator ( 6 votes ) - Ghostrider ( 6 votes ) 4. Riddlers Revenge ( 5 votes ) 5. - Scooby Do Spooky Coaster ( 4 votes ) - Dragon Challenge ( 4 votes ) - Goliath ( 4 votes ) - California Screamin' ( 4 votes ) - Nemesis ( 4 votes) 6. - X2 ( 3 votes ) - Silver Bullet ( 3 votes ) - Incrediable Hulk ( 3 votes) 7. - Revenge of the Mummy ( 2 votes ) - Balder ( 2 votes ) - Grand National ( 2 votes ) - Manta ( 2 votes ) - Rock'n'Roll Coaster ( 2 votes ) - El Toro ( 2 votes ) - Bizzaro ( 2 votes ) - New Texas Giant ( 2 votes ) - Kawasemi ( 2 votes ) - Tower of Terror 2 ( 2 votes ) - Sheikra ( 2 votes )
  9. Hello, I would just like to see what theme park Australians would like.
  10. Why water rides? Why not the best rollercoasters of the world which have not been experienced by many Australians? As these will have more appeal to the Australian audience. LOL... I am writing this on a very hot and hummid day in Sydney, when I wish Sydney had a Waterpark.
  11. I am just curious and I am wondering what the Parkz community would rank as the top 10 rollercoasters in the world. It would be awesome if everyone could post their chosen top 10 rollercoasters in the world, in this thread so we can easily see the best rollercoasters that exist in the world, as voted by the parkz community. I would like to vote too but I have not experienced any rides or rollercoasters overseas yet, to include in this list. Sincerely, Thrillrulz
  12. I sure that they could find some way to secure the ferris wheel from moving when the ship is in transport between ports, like just a massive latch that connects to the main wheel, and if they build the rides strong enough they should be able to withstand the forces of the seas.
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