Hopefully this corner of the park will be sorted out once and for all.
Rumours suggest a re-routing of the track to eliminate the loop around the old Blue Lagoon is on the cards.
Large portions of the track have been pulled up.
The Dreamworld Express train appears to be undergoing some significant changes.
Most of the work is focused on providing a level pad.
Not a whole lot to see yet on site.
An interesting side effect of the site works; we can see right through to the old Blue volcano, another disused part of the park that still remains undemolished years after closure.
More anchor cages are being stored under Buzzsaw.
The previously hilly site has been flattened, giving us a clear view to the Dreamworld Express train shed.
A collection of anchor cages is piling up in the corner of the compound. These are cast into the top of the foundations, with bolts arranged such that supports can sit precisely in position. Mack Rides are well known for their cream coloured anchor cages, so many a coaster fan has identified a Mack ride might be coming simply by spotting these on site.
After an uncertain few months, a main contractor is now on site and work is underway.
Track continues to arrive from Germany for the upcoming Steel Taipan launch coaster.
The park has a bunch of stickers around the park. Kids can fill out a passport with the numbered words to spell out a secret phrase.
A rare solo ride on Giant Drop.
Giant drop operating without the Tower of Terror.
Another temporary carnival game has been set up between The Claw and Food Market.
A temporary looking (And hopefully temporary in general) hoop shot game.
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Kickback cove.
Old weathered mouldings are being pulled off and replaced.