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Movie World's Scooby-Doo Spooky Coaster to close from July to September
Scooby-Doo Spooky Coaster will close for twelve weeks as the popular ride's long-awaited re-theme looks set to be completed in time for the September school holidays.
Village Roadshow CEO: Dreamworld is no longer a competitive factor
The owners of Movie World, Sea World and Wet'n'Wild have reported theme park earnings of nearly $40 million for the half year and a record-breaking January period just hours after the announcement of a $12 million loss at Dreamworld.
Wiped out... Ardent Leisure shares hit seven year low
The share price of Dreamworld owners Ardent Leisure has tumbled around 20 per cent in the past week.
The best Gold Coast theme park pass deals for 2018
The Gold Coast theme parks have some great deals on offer, with twelve month passes to theme parks starting at just $79.
The largest roller coaster ever built in Australia will crown Movie World the Southern Hemisphere's thrill capital
It's the largest roller coaster ever built in Australia and likely the country's largest ever investment in a theme park attraction. Warner Bros. Movie World are cementing themselves as the thrill capital of Australia and putting themselves on the global map.
Dreamworld appoints aviation expert as engineering boss; Sky Voyager remains grounded
Dreamworld have announced the appointment of a new boss of the theme park's engineering division that has never worked in a theme park and holds no professional engineering qualifications.
Dreamworld Invests in team members’ futures with launch of new Training Academy
As part of Ardent Leisure’s ongoing commitment to be a leader in all aspects of theme park operations and safety, Dreamworld has established a Training Academy to deliver continued learning and development opportunities to its team members.