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The queue features a window overlooking the initial climb out of the station.
So for now, we can watch the ride test under the supervision of park maintenance staff.
The ride logo adorns the ground in front.
There's also a full sized rocket booster strapped to the side of the building.
The entrance to the right has some eye catching signage.
The landscaping gives a slightly desolate feel to the area. On the ground we can spy some radio masts ready to be assembled.
A.S.T.R.O.....The Australian Space Technology Research Organization.
Outside, the station is taking the form of some sort of space research facility.
A checker plate gangway leads into the station.
The interiors of the ride still have a bit of work to do, but judging by the power and data points there should be several monitors in here. And look, there's a satellite dish on the ground too.
Running gear.
The ride is the first permanent roller coaster in Victoria to feature inversions.
As part of the move to the park many of the ride systems have been overhauled.
TNT opens on the 23rd of December.
Over at Project Zero, testing continues with dummies.
Still more to do for opening day.
The exit to the ride is through a blown out section of wall.
Looking up at the track passing through the station. Roaring through it's sure to build anticipation for waiting riders.
The second helix spirals around an old rainwater tank.
An elongated floater hill has guests hurtling towards a giant target before steering away at the last moment.