It'll look good strolling towards giant drop. Unintentionally, this end of the park has become a cluster of thrill rides.
All cars are now sporting a new gold paint job.
Vortex is a Huss Top Spin.
Vortex sits on a thin parcel of land between the park's ski lake and some of their dolphin pools.
The roller coaster model was made by Martin & Vleminckx, the ride's manufacturer.
A model showing the layout of the wooden roller coaster, as well as Trident.
Vortex is a Huss Top Spin that will fature water effects and more.
Leviathan is a Martin & Vleminckx wooden roller coaster designed by The Gravity Group.
Concept art for The New Atlantis, featuring the Vortex (late 2019), Trident (April 2020) and Leviathan (late 2020).
After the show the performers return which is an oddly anticlimactic way to end the Aquacolour Spectacular. It'd perhaps make more sense to give them the farewell they deserve before the show, not after.
The show however is visually stunning and makes great use of the lake.
The only criticism of Aquacolour Spectacular might be that it feels a little too pre-packaged, rather than a show that captures the heart and soul of Sea World and Carnivale.
The show this year is shorter and also cuts out some of the more extraneous elements like the jet-pack performers, which results in a show that feels a little more focused.
The Aquacolour Spectacular show this year starts with a display of fire twirling.
And it wouldn't be Carnivale without that rage-inducing spacing between letters. Some day they'll realise that the R and A are meant to hang under the adjacent N and V.
Sea Jellies Illuminated illuminates the front of the park.
The apple pie is confusingly served ice cold instead of warm, which undermines this otherwise enjoyable dessert.
The key lime pie is great and definitely true to Carnivale's original brief of delivering vibrant food offerings that are a bit off the beaten track for Australians.
The dessert options are unchanged from last year with key lime and apple pies.
Pulled beef burger.