The Parkz Update: Orange roller coaster track arrives at Dreamworld

Bright orange roller coaster track arrives for Dreamworld's forthcoming launched roller coaster.

Image: Parkz. Bold orange track has arrived at Dreamworld.
More and more roller coaster parts from Mack Rides fill the car park at Dreamworld.
The latest is this bright – very bright – orange track.
The colour scheme of the ride is very bold and industrial with contrasting dark grey support columns and "high vis" orange track.
Once again Logan Steel are tasked with assembling this flat-packed array of steel into a world-class roller coaster. This local company has built many of the Gold Coast's past roller coasters including DC Rivals HyperCoaster.
Bold and undoubtedly very visible from the highway once assembled. Though not a whole lot in common with its presumptive namesake taipan snake.
Lots of interesting columns like this one will be dotted around to support the spaghetti bowl of track once built.
More track awaits unloading from open-topped shipping containers.
The tops are open to allow cranes to lift the pieces of track from the containers.
Another piece of very curved, straight track is unloaded.
There's not a whole lot of twist to these upward-curved pieces of track unloaded so far, so there's a good indication they'll form part of the vertical loop, one of the few sections of the ride to not feature side-to-side twisting.
It's still not clear when the roller coaster will be built given Ardent Leisure's ongoing financial uncertainty and the global situation with COVID-19, but at this point Dreamworld have to unload and store parts for an attraction that's already making the long shipping journey from Germany piece-by-piece.
As soon as one shipping container is emptied in the fenced off staging and storage lot, another is brought in for unloading.
A separate sideloader truck accompanies the first truck to lift the container off and onto the ground.

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