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Richard

2004 - Don't expect...

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Macquarie Leisure Trust has recently announced that a four year plan for Dreamworld will be completed as of December 26 this year. They were targeting several of their key demographics, enhancing their image in each one. Now that this major investment has been completed, they have announced that 2004 will be a 'quiet year'. The exact quote: "Consequently, we do not expect to spend significant capital on new attractions in financial year 2004." Lets just all pray that Warner Bros. Movie World down the road has some amazing thrill ride in the works that will 'blow Dreamworld away', and all the money that Macquarie saved in 2004 can be used to in turn 'blow Movie World away' in years to come.

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I suppose no-one could ask for anything more in 2004. Dreamworld has spent huge capital in the past few years with Cyclone, Nick Central, The Giant Drop, theming etc. I do agree that it really has improved the image of the park though. If Movieworld was smart, they could really push themselves ahead with one big attraction in 2004

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so if they say 2004 quiet year what happening in 2003 ? I hope they redo thunderbolt or replace it because if they do nothing for 2003 and 2004 and make us ride thunderbolt in the state it is in now thats just a crime against humans and our bones as they get rattled each ride.

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