Still making guests scream after all these years.
It's unclear why such a simple attraction has been delayed, but there have been indications that Universal (who own DreamWorks) halted work on the attraction until it met their standards.
This rather unpleasant sight remains essentially unchanged for the past six months.
So much for an Easter opening as was suggested after its original December opening was missed.
If you're savvy enough to find this hidden corner of Tiger Island, you're rewarded with an uninterrupted viewing of the adorable new cubs.
It's tucked way over in the corner, and like last year's Tiger Island additions, completely ignores the intricately themed surrounds for a structure that could be described as functional.
A new nursery has been built for housing the latest tiger cubs, over at the Lair/Rock Habitat area.
The new crossing is a rather bland and forgettable pathway.
The kangaroos have finally returned to the area after a few months where they were conspcuosly absent.
If you can't have a cave and a waterfall, a perspex-covered pool fence is pretty close.
The old cave and long-defunct waterfall have been removed.
Cyclone clean-up endless refurbishment work continues.
The mixture between rustic and modern, printed graphics is a little jarring.
The area features more of a Torres Straight Island emphasis than the rest of Corroborree.
The new "amphitheatre" is little more than the old demonstration area that once housed sheep shearing and other Australiana demonstrations.
Some brightly coloured though very word-heavy educational panels have been added.
Work on repurposing the old chairlift station is slowly progressing.
This includes a game where participants' movements crack a whip through an Xbox Kinect system.
New interactive elements have been added to the homestead building.
Some artwork is already missing.