Theme Park News
The sale of Main Event signals a logical end to Ardent Leisure's Dreamworld saga
Ardent Leisure's sale of Main Event leaves them debt free, with a war chest of $150 million cash and nothing to spend it on but Dreamworld. But the shareholder windfall suggests the sale of Dreamworld – sooner rather than later.
Stay, Play and Cruise in Queensland: Royal Caribbean and Village Roadshow Theme Parks' New Partnership
Two of the biggest icons in family adventure have come together to create the ultimate end-to-end Queensland getaway. Royal Caribbean International has teamed up with Village Roadshow Theme Parks to offer guests sailing from Brisbane on Quantum of the Seas access to exclusive accommodation and attraction packages, combining two amazing family experiences into one holiday with plenty of added perks.
Aussie World Events Set to Celebrate Return of Interstate Tourism
Aussie World will be the epicentre of family, fun and laughter this summer hosting two of the Sunshine Coast’s biggest celebrations over the holidays.
Buzz off - Dreamworld commences dismantling of Buzzsaw roller coaster
Buzzsaw operated for almost 10 years, finally closing to the public in August 2021. Now Dreamworld has begun dismantling the ride, and with the opening of Steel Taipan just weeks away it represents a dramatic change to the face of Dreamworld.
The Parkz Update: Sea World's dormant beast: up close with the Leviathan wooden roller coaster
Sea World's Leviathan is looking more and more like a fully realised roller coaster as it inches closer and closer to its delayed 2022 opening date.
Sea World's wooden coaster delays changes the theme park landscape this summer – potentially for the better
With Sea World's Leviathan delayed until 2022, Village Roadshow prepare to lean on a lineup of new attractions at Movie World, Wet'n'Wild and Paradise Country for the forthcoming summer. Dreamworld are set to benefit by not sharing the limelight when they launch the Steel Taipan roller coaster later this year.