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Dreamworld CEO talks thrill ride replacements off the back of Ardent Leisure cash injection
In a recent interview with the Gold Coast Bulletin, Dreamworld CEO John Osborne spoke about his desire for new major thrill rides. It's complete turnaround for a company that has insisted in recent years that thrill rides aren't on the cards – and it's a sign that they're getting to the heart of Dreamworld's biggest issues.
The Parkz Update: Orphan Rocker roller coaster crumbles at Katoomba's Scenic World
The ambitious Orphan Rocker project at Scenic World looks well and truly over as the ride's remains sits decaying past the point of no return, while the tourist destination's other attractions continue to evolve.
Dreamworld CEO promises two major announcements as Sky Voyager delays continue
Dreamworld CEO John Osborne downplays Sky Voyager's unprecedented five month delays while promising new major attractions.
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.
Movie World offers first hints about 2017 roller coaster
Warner Bros. Movie World have made the first moves towards formally announcing their forthcoming hypercoaster, boldly stating that the greatest attraction in the southern hemisphere is coming in September 2017.
Sky Voyager is now open at Dreamworld... so what's it like?
Following eight months of delays, Sky Voyager opened today with little fanfare as guests got their first taste of Dreamworld's largest ride investment in two decades.
DC Rivals HyperCoaster: what you need to know about Movie World's new coaster
Putting to rest speculation that has been underway since November 2015, Warner Bros. Movie World have given a name to Australia's biggest ever roller coaster. The attraction – due to open in late 2017 – will see DC's superheroes and villains go head to head.
Movie World's new ride Doomsday Destroyer: a look at the Suspended Twin Hammer
Warner Bros. Movie World's new ride Doomsday Destroyer is a "Suspended Twin Hammer" ride from Intamin AG, the Swiss ride manufacturer behind Superman Escape, Tower of Terror, Giant Drop and several other Australian classics.