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  1. Last call: Dreamworld's Tower of Terror to close November 3 Another iconic attraction at Dreamworld is going for good, but some lessons have been learned from the bungled Wipeout closure earlier. Click here to continue reading
  2. The New Atlantis: New concept art for Vortex released, Trident delayed Sea World have delayed the opening of the Trident ride while releasing new renderings and concept art for December's Vortex thrill ride as construction progresses. Click here to continue reading
  3. Dreamworld's new launched roller coaster puts them back in the game Dreamworld's announcement of a Blue Fire launched coaster from Germany's Mack Rides will be their biggest investment in a thrill ride ever. We break it down to see what it means for Dreamworld and theme park fans alike. Click here to continue reading
  4. Sky Voyager is now open at Dreamworld... so what's it like? Following eight months of delays, Sky Voyager opened today with little fanfare as guests got their first taste of Dreamworld's largest ride investment in two decades. Click here to continue reading
  5. Dreamworld opens Sky Voyager as owners commit to $50 million in new rides including a major launched roller coaster WhiteWater World are set to launch new water slides as the park returns to separate ticketed entry, while Dreamworld will launch a 'game changer' Blue Fire roller coaster from Mack Rides. Click here to continue reading
  6. Dreamworld CEO promises two major announcements as Sky Voyager delays continue Dreamworld CEO John Osborne downplays Sky Voyager's unprecedented five month delays while promising new major attractions. Click here to continue reading
  7. Raging Waters Sydney: Wet'n'Wild Sydney gets a new name, new slide Following its sale by Village Roadshow last year, the Sydney water park has been renamed ahead of its first full season owned and operated by Parques Reunidos. Click here to continue reading
  8. Leviathan: what you need to know about Sea World's new wooden roller coaster With Australia's first new wooden roller coaster in 35 years set to debut at Sea World in 2020, this is everything we know so far about this monumental new attraction. Click here to continue reading
  9. Sea World's New Atlantis will redefine Australian theme parks With three new major attractions on their way over the next 18 months to form The New Atlantis, Village Roadshow are seizing a unique moment in time to not just rejuvenate Sea World, but to set a new bar for Australian theme park attractions. Click here to continue reading
  10. New thrill rides: six ways Dreamworld can win back fans Dreamworld have said there will be two major ride announcements this year. Ben Roache from OurWorlds gives his ideas for how the theme park can win back fans with world-class thrill rides. The six ideas Ben suggests combine both short term and long term solutions all centre around Dreamworld becoming competitive once again. Click here to continue reading
  11. Dreamworld CEO talks thrill ride replacements off the back of Ardent Leisure cash injection In a recent interview with the Gold Coast Bulletin, Dreamworld CEO John Osborne spoke about his desire for new major thrill rides. It's complete turnaround for a company that has insisted in recent years that thrill rides aren't on the cards – and it's a sign that they're getting to the heart of Dreamworld's biggest issues. Click here to continue reading
  12. Dreamworld mismanagement reaches fever pitch with tone-deaf Wipeout closure Dreamworld's announcement that the iconic Wipeout is now closed was a foregone conclusion for the 25 year old ride, but what's worrying is the lack of a future plan from a theme park whose owners have no apparent strategy. Click here to continue reading
  13. Wiped out... Ardent Leisure shares hit seven year low The share price of Dreamworld owners Ardent Leisure has tumbled around 20 per cent in the past week. Click here to continue reading
  14. Dreamworld appoints aviation expert as engineering boss; Sky Voyager remains grounded Dreamworld have announced the appointment of a new boss of the theme park's engineering division that has never worked in a theme park and holds no professional engineering qualifications. Click here to continue reading
  15. Village Roadshow CEO: Dreamworld is no longer a competitive factor The owners of Movie World, Sea World and Wet'n'Wild have reported theme park earnings of nearly $40 million for the half year and a record-breaking January period just hours after the announcement of a $12 million loss at Dreamworld. Click here to continue reading
  16. There's no new major rides or attractions coming to Dreamworld after Sky Voyager At the release of today's disappointing half-year results, Dreamworld's owners have pulled the plug on future expansion plans that were meant to total more than $50 million. Click here to continue reading
  17. Where's Sky Voyager? Dreamworld's biggest ride in 20 years is nowhere to be seen It has been heralded as a major component of Dreamworld's turnaround strategy. But with 2018 behind us and the peak holiday season drawing to a close, there's still no Sky Voyager. Click here to continue reading
  18. 'Actions speak louder than words': Dreamworld is still a decaying, unreliable theme park Dreamworld CEO told Sunrise viewers this morning that actions speak louder than words as Dreamworld once again promises the same commitment to safety and maintenance that they've been offering for more than two years. Click here to continue reading
  19. Ardent Leisure pave a strange pathway to Dreamworld's recovery with new attractions The limping theme park pins their hopes on new water attractions and animal exhibits that struggle to answer exactly why people should return to Dreamworld. Click here to continue reading
  20. 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
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. 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
  24. 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
  25. 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