Announcement of Major Attractions at the Wizard of Oz Theme Park


The Wizard of OzL. Frank Baum was born and raised in New York. But, those who have seen the 1939 film adaptation will have to travel to Australia. Warner Bros. Movie World Queensland announced plans for a Wizard of OzA multi-ride area with immersive attractions and multiple rides. The owners of the amusement park hope to open it by 2024.

Warner Bros. Movie World shares Facebook concept art earlier in the weekThis area features what appears to be an interactive family coaster and an immersive zone inspired by the Emerald City. Another area is based on the Wicked Witch of the West’s castle and has Flying Monkeys overhead. Another area has a farmhouse, which can be used as a replica of Dorothy Gale’s Kansas farm.

“A world-first Wizard of Oz precinct is coming to Warner Bros. Movie World, featuring a suspended family coaster, a family boomerang racer, and immersive theming, set to provide a one-of-a-kind family experience for guests in 2024,”The statement for the park reads: The park A video was also publishedWith Clark Kirby, the CEO of the company, and Cameron Dick (Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment), announcing that area. Staff in Scarecrow, Tin Man, Scarecrow and Cowardly Lion costumes joined them.

Warner Bros. Movie World opened in 1991 and is located on Queensland’s Gold Coast. It features a DC Comics-themed area, with Superman and Green Lantern coasters, and a Batman-themed Space Shot ride. You will also find multiple theaters and Looney Tunes-themed rides for children. Abu Dhabi also has an indoor Warner Bros. World Park.

While Wizard of OzWhile fans may enjoy the idea that there will be rides in the park based on the classic film, Movie World fans are divided. They prefer thrill rides and more rides. This section was built on the former site of the Arkham Asylum – Shock Therapy Roller coaster that was shut down in 2019 and destroyed this month.

“Boring! Where’s a thrill ride in there? Your slogan shouldn’t have been ‘something big is coming,’ it should have been ‘something medium-sized for families is coming.'”One Facebook fan wrote this. “Can’t wait to experience the dry, dead grass, dumpy old brown dirt farm area,”Another joked.

Others were happy to see the new rides for families. “Yay! A family ride!! There wasn’t much for kids who can’t or don’t like thrill rides. Looking forward to it,”One person wrote. “I think it’s a great idea, It was getting a bit boring nothing really for the middle-sized children,”Another wrote.

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