Thursday 24 November 2022 11:11 PM Incredible 'Indiana Jones' style theme park opening at Dreamworld in Australia trends now

Thursday 24 November 2022 11:11 PM Incredible 'Indiana Jones' style theme park opening at Dreamworld in Australia trends now
Thursday 24 November 2022 11:11 PM Incredible  'Indiana Jones' style theme park opening at Dreamworld in Australia trends now

Thursday 24 November 2022 11:11 PM Incredible 'Indiana Jones' style theme park opening at Dreamworld in Australia trends now

Incredible 'Indiana Jones' style theme park will open in Australia - complete with a 'world first' roller coaster and wild 'flyer' ride Ardent Leisure revealed $60million upgrade of Dreamworld on Gold Coast  Included is a $35million Jungle Rush rollercoaster which will feature 'world-first' Wave Swinger ride to be built, Rivertown area created, plus several kids' rides

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Dreamworld is set for a $60million facelift that will include a daring rollercoaster in a brand new 'Indiana Jones' style section of the park called 'Rivertown'.

The Jungle Rush ride, built by Dutch roller coaster specialist Vekoma, will feature a 'world-first inclined turntable', which can be used to rotate the individual cars in the ride.

At $35 million, Jungle Rush will be the most the Gold Coast fun park has spent on a ride and has been compared to Disney's much-praised Indiana Jones adventure.

Jungle Rush will have 12 'airtime elements' and can run backwards and forwards when it opens in 2024.

Dreamworld is set for a $60million facelift which will include a daring new rollercoaster with a 'world-first' feature as it leaves behind its tragic past

Dreamworld is set for a $60million facelift which will include a daring new rollercoaster with a 'world-first' feature as it leaves behind its tragic past

The Jungle Rush ride, built by roller coaster specialist Vekoma, will feature a 'world-first inclined turntable', which can be used to rotate the individual cars in the ride

The Jungle Rush ride, built by roller coaster specialist Vekoma, will feature a 'world-first inclined turntable', which can be used to rotate the individual cars in the ride

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