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.
Dreamworld cancels Flyover trademark application as Canadian operator steps in
Ardent Leisure's trademark applications for the names Flyover Australia and Flyover New Zealand have been withdrawn this week.
The Parkz Update: Work commences on Dreamworld's Flying Theatre, Gold Rush goes and Corroboree expands
Dreamworld fences off the cinema as work commences on their forthcoming i-Ride Flying Theatre while Gold Rush is demolished and a new expansion of Corroboree opens.
Dreamworld's Eureka Mountain Mine Ride: a roller coaster dating back to the 1950s
At the time of its 1986 debut at Dreamworld, the Eureka Mountain Mine Ride was a second-hand roller coaster dating back to the 1950s. It was rebuilt in 1989 with a new ride system and revised layout utilising the original support structure.
Gold Rush and Thunder River Rapids come down at Dreamworld, no plans for a replacement
Dreamworld permanently remove Thunder River Rapids and its surrounding area, but indicate that there are no plans in place for the expansive area.
Ardent Leisure chairman outlines 2018 plans for Dreamworld
Dr Gary Weiss talks Dreamworld's plans for 2018 including the Commonwealth Games, Flying Theatre ride, DreamWorks Trolls Village attraction and redeveloping surplus land.
Flyover Australia: Dreamworld registers trademark, looks to increase Flying Theatre capacity
An application by Dreamworld's owners to trademark the name Flyover Australia gives indications of a name. Meanwhile the park has confirmed that they are looking at increasing the capacity of the forthcoming i-Ride flying simulator ride.