Theme Park News
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.
Dreamworld posts losses and writes off $75 million in value, Ardent Leisure safety chairman resigns
Preliminary results for the 2018 yesterday are out and Dreamworld flounders for the second year in a row, with owners Ardent Leisure wiping $75 million from the theme park's value.
Ardent's appointments to oversee Dreamworld turnaround lack real theme park experience
As Ardent Leisure moves to wipe the slate clean with new leadership and promises to bring Dreamworld up to global safety standards, new appointments raise questions about whether they understand what the troubled theme park needs.
Village Roadshow sells Wet'n'Wild Sydney to Parques Reunidos
Village Roadshow has inked a deal with Spanish theme park operator Parques Reunidos to sell the struggling Sydney water park.
Darwin water park planned
The Northern Territory Government has called for expressions of interest for a planned water park at the Stokes Hill Wharf area in Darwin's CBD.
Movie World's Scooby-Doo Spooky Coaster to close from July to September
Scooby-Doo Spooky Coaster will close for twelve weeks as the popular ride's long-awaited re-theme looks set to be completed in time for the September school holidays.