Luna Park's Wild Mouse from the Ferris Wheel
For the reopening, the ride was given extensive repairs. This model runs much faster than others in Australia, and relies on heavy trim brakes to keep it operating at manageable speeds.
These mushroom bolts allow a unique tilting sensation around turns, and will even allow the car to leave the track on drops.
Instead of regular upstop wheels, what are known as mushroom bolts keep the cars on track. A flat, freely spinning steel disc is slotted below two spaced rails on the track and bolted to the bottom of the cars.
The coaster follows the standard Wild Mouse layout, with a series of switchback turns, followed by a number of drops and bunny hills.
This classic wooden Wild Mouse coasters is one of around half a dozen still remaining in the world. Three of these are in Australia.