Gold Coast Trip – Part 7 Movie World

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The last theme park we went to is the Movie World. It is situated near Wet’n’Wild about 20mins drive from Surfers Paradise.

We arrived at the entrance of Warner Bros. Movie World

Grace scans her ticket and eager to enter the park
First sight as we entered the Movie World, we spotted BATWING SPACESHOT and SUPERMAN ESCAPE.

Grace points at Superman Escape… (I wanna play)…
SUPERMAN Escape is an unprecedented rollercoaster ride experience which travels 0 – 100 kilometres in just 2 seconds

Grace and I with cartoon characters

DreamWorks® Shrek 4D Adventure™ – the attraction that puts you in the action with hair-raising, eye-popping and butt-busting effects so real, your senses will be on ogretime! It’s a full sensory OGRE-LOAD!
Waiting for Shrek 4D to start

Scooby-Doo Spooky Coaster is a $13 million indoor rollercoaster ride inspired by the feature film shot at Warner Roadshow Movie World Studios on the Gold Coast.

Spooky inside

Taking pictures in WB kids zone.

Wild West Falls Adventure Ride – venture deep into the heart of a massive mountain – home to a gold mine that’s ready to blow!The only way out is straight down – a 70 km per hour, no brakes, 20 metre heart-stopping drop to the final splashdown!
A 20m drop before entering the water

SPLASH !!!! For a moment, I thought I was at Wet’n’Wild.

Some captures from the street shows

Batwing spaceshot – The awesome new BATWING Spaceshot is a rapid 4.5G vertical launch up a 60 meter tower, followed by a drop into a breathtaking negative descent

Cueing up for Batwing spaceshot….. We are on next….


Me and Batman mobile

Movie World Parade

Lethal Weapon – You’ll see your feet against the sky, encounter five complete upside down experiences, travel at 85 km/hr and feel 4Gs of gravity on the totally awesome Lethal Weapon
Grace is getting excited? or scared?

Waiting for our turn on Lethal Weapon….

That’s the end of our time in Movie World.

About Kent Yu

Kent is a professional wedding and portrait photographer based in Wellington, New Zealand. He and his team specialise in modern and contemporary weddings. Kent has his work published in international magazines and is a regular author to a number of photographic publication. He is fascinated by photographic equipment and enjoys showcasing the gear used in creating his images. You can find him on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Google+
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