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.
Sea World goes Spooky this October
The most Spooktacular event of the year is returning to Sea World this October with Sea World Spooky Nights transforming the iconic Gold Coast park on selected Friday and Saturday nights.
The Parkz Update: Around the grounds at Village Theme Parks
As we head into winter we check in on the goings on at the three main Village theme parks on the Gold Coast. The new slides at Wet 'n' Wild have been delivered to site. Over at Sea World progress has slowed on Leviathan. Incremental improvements continue at Movie World in time for their 30th anniversary.
The Parkz Update: Leviathan wooden roller coaster nears completion at Sea World
Leviathan is nearing completion at Sea World with most of the ride's complex, twisted layout in place.
Spin into Sea World on the all new Vortex
Sea World’s newest attraction, the Vortex has opened for the summer holidays and will have guests twisting, turning and spinning like never before.
The Parkz Update: Vortex nears completion, Leviathan towers as The New Atlantis nears opening at Sea World
Despite a year of setbacks and delays, Vortex, the first component of Sea World's $50 million expansion is opening soon. Meanwhile the theme park's skyline is evolving dramatically as construction of the neighbouring Leviathan wooden roller coaster continues.
Six upcoming roller coasters you can ride without leaving Australia in 2021
With ongoing uncertainty over international travel, Australian theme park fans won't need to venture too far to enjoy an unprecedented number of new roller coasters with six set to debut at Australian parks in 2021.