Sega World Sydney
Sega World Sydney was an indoor high-tech amusement park that operated for almost four years, in Sydney, Australia. The theme park was built as the flagship tenant of the Darling Walk complex in Darli...
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El Caballo Blanco
Originally the first Spanish horses arrived in Australia in 1972 and were brought to the El Caballo Blanco complex at Wooroloo, Western Australia, by the Western Australian business entrepreneur Ray W...
Wonderland City
Wonderland City was an amusement park located at Tamarama, in Sydney, Australia. It opened on Saturday, 1 December 1906 and closed in 1911. At the time it was the largest open air amusement park in...
Fantasy Glades
Fantasy Glades was a small theme park which operated until 28 April 2002 in Port Macquarie, Australia. The park operated for 35 years in its rainforest setting, catering to a child-friendly clientele....
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Dinosaur World (Creswick)
Dinosaur World (also known as The World of Dinosaurs) was a small theme park located off the Midland Highway in Creswick, Victoria, Australia. It operated from 1982 to 2002.
Dinosaur World was ...
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Bullen's Animal World
Bullen's Animal World was a circus style theme park located at Wallacia on the outskirts of Sydney. Its address was 11 Park Road, Wallacia.
It was opened in 1969 by Stafford Bullen, the son of ci...
Dreamland (Melbourne amusement park)
Dreamland was an Australian amusement park in the Melbourne suburb of St Kilda, which was opened on 2 November 1906. It was demolished in 1909, except for the Figure Eight rollercoaster which remaine...
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Old Sydney Town
Old Sydney Town was a small open-air museum and theme park which operated from 1975 until 2003 in the town of Somersby, near Gosford, New South Wales, Australia. Once a living tribute to the early yea...
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Hi-Lite Park
Hy-Lite Park was an amusement park in Geelong, Australia, located on the corner of Bellarine Street and Ritchie Boulevard, near Eastern Beach where the tram terminus once stood. It opened in 1956 and...
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Space Probe (Wonderland Sydney)
Space Probe was a Giant Drop ride located at Wonderland Sydney in Australia. It was manufactured by Intamin and opened as the world's tallest and fastest free-fall ride. The ride opened in November 19...
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Magic Kingdom, Sydney
150°58′11″E / 33.8991°S 150.9697°E / -33.8991; 150.9697Magic Kingdom was a small amusement park located in Lansvale, New South Wales, Australia. It is now closed.
The park...
African Safari World
African Safari World was a proposed amusement park and zoo, to replace the Werribee Open Range Zoo, 32 kilometres (20 mi) southwest of Melbourne, Australia. Warner Village Theme Parks, who alread...
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Magic Mountain, Glenelg
Magic Mountain was a theme park in Glenelg, a beachside suburb of Adelaide, South Australia. It opened in December 1982 and closed on 18 July 2004.Magic Mountain was popular among the young and "young...
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Leisureland Fair
Leisureland Fair is a now defunct amusement park in Langwarrin, Victoria, Australia which operated from 1984 to 1992. It is now a housing estate with the only reference to it being a street named afte...
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Manly Fun Pier
The Manly Fun Pier (or Manly Amusement Pier) was a small amusement park located on a wharf in Manly, New South Wales, Australia. It operated from 1931 to 1989.
The Manly Fun Pier started life as a...
Cremorne Gardens, Melbourne
Cremorne Gardens was a pleasure garden (now referred to as amusement parks) established in 1853 on the banks of the Yarra River at Richmond in Melbourne, Australia. The gardens were established by Jam...
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O'Neill's Adventureland
O'Neill's Adventureland was a small amusement park located in Edmondson Park, New South Wales, Australia.The park was promoted in the 1970s and 1980s on television commercials with the lyric "Somethin...
Wonderland Sydney
Wonderland Sydney, originally known as Australia's Wonderland was a theme park in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The park was the largest one in the southern hemisphere. It remained open for almo...
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Snowy River Rampage
The Snowy River Rampage was a river rapids ride invented by Intamin and installed at Wonderland Sydney at its inception in 1985. Six riders would sit in a raft that resembled a giant tyre and wind the...
The Bush Beast
The Bush Beast was a wooden roller coaster located at Wonderland Sydney in Australia. The ride opened with the park on 7 December 1985 and closed with the park on 26 April 2004. The ride features a mi...
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World Expo Park
World Expo Park was an amusement park built for Expo '88 in Brisbane, Australia. It was positioned on the corner of Melbourne and Glenelg Streets in South Brisbane, the current site of the Brisbane Co...
Wobbies World
Wobbies World was an amusement park which operated from about 1970 to the late 1990s in the Melbourne suburb of Vermont South, Australia.The park consisted of many custom-built attractions, most slow ...
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