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Great ride, great theming, confusing operations: Leviathan wooden roller coaster opens at Sea World
After delays of biblical proportions, Leviathan, the centrepiece of the $50-million New Atlantis themed area at Sea World, has finally opened to the public. Does the ride live up to years of hype?
The Parkz Update: A sneak peak at Gumbuya World's 2 new coasters.
Gumbuya World, located 66km southeast of Melbourne set itself the ambitious goal of opening two new roller coasters in 2022. With the grand opening planned just prior to Christmas, we give you a sneak peak of the rides as they undergo their finishing touches.
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.
Buzz off - Dreamworld commences dismantling of Buzzsaw roller coaster
Buzzsaw operated for almost 10 years, finally closing to the public in August 2021. Now Dreamworld has begun dismantling the ride, and with the opening of Steel Taipan just weeks away it represents a dramatic change to the face of Dreamworld.
Prepare to Reach New Heights with The Flash Speed Force coming to Warner Bros. Movie World
Warner Bros. Movie World is excited to announce a new 30-metre-high attraction, The Flash Speed Force coming in 2024.
Journey Over the Rainbow with an all-new The Wizard of Oz Precinct Coming to Warner Bros. Movie World
Guests to Warner Bros. Movie World will soon be able to travel the iconic Yellow Brick Road with an all-new The Wizard Of Oz themed precinct featuring two new family-friendly rides opening in 2024.
Get in with a too-good-to-be-true $50 annual pass to Dreamworld before Steel Taipan opens
With the hotly anticipated Steel Taipan just months away, Dreamworld and Destination Gold Coast have unveiled a new deal for local residents that will give twelve months entry to Dreamworld for an amazing $50 to Gold Coast residents.
The sale of Main Event signals a logical end to Ardent Leisure's Dreamworld saga
Ardent Leisure's sale of Main Event leaves them debt free, with a war chest of $150 million cash and nothing to spend it on but Dreamworld. But the shareholder windfall suggests the sale of Dreamworld – sooner rather than later.