Movie World breaks a September record with DC Rivals HyperCoaster launch
Off the back of the public launch of DC Rivals HyperCoaster, Warner Bros. Movie World has achieved the strongest single day of attendance ever recorded in September.
The Parkz Update: DC Rivals HyperCoaster is now open for preview rides
The first riders took on DC Rivals HyperCoaster on Saturday as the ride went public in a low-key fashion.
DC Rivals HyperCoaster is Australia's best ride ever
Make no mistake about it: Warner Bros. Movie World have delivered a roller coaster that is undeniably one of the best in the world. The ride ticks every box and delivers a level of sheer thrills and sustained excitement that is unlike anything ever before built in Australia.
The final countdown for DC Rivals HyperCoaster
Cranes appeared at Movie World yesterday in preparation for the installation of DC Rivals HyperCoaster's crowning feature: a giant illuminated depiction of The Joker towering over the monolithic roller coaster. With the ride's opening expected any day now, strong winds today have left construction crews playing the waiting game.
The Parkz Update: Movie World puts finishing touches on DC Rivals HyperCoaster ahead of opening
Australia's largest ever roller coaster continues to test as work progresses on the ride's surrounds. Most signs are pointing to a September opening if DC Rivals HyperCoaster.
Village Roadshow indicates September launch for DC Rivals HyperCoaster and reveals upcoming attractions for Sea World
The latest investor presentation by Village Roadshows points to a September launch for Movie World's DC Rivals HyperCoaster. The company has also announced several new attractions for Sea World including an "interactive splash zone" in October and a new seal show in December.
Trim brakes installed on DC Rivals HyperCoaster as testing continues
As opening day nears, fans may have been dismayed to see brakes installed along the course of the record breaking roller coaster, but really trim brakes are only about ensuring that the ride operates as intended.