Adventure World, a small theme park in Perth, Australia, will be getting a new custom eurofighter for late 2013. Its been discussed on Australian coaster sites for quite some time while basic, unremarkable groundwork was being done but now we have seen the first proper construction update with track for an indoor dark section going up, so I figured it was noteworthy enough to post here. I'm really excited to see how the layout for this coaster turns out based off some of Gerstlauer's latest projects. It's cool to see that the indoor inline twist is becoming a trademark for Gerstlauer's coasters (Saw, Takabisha, Smiler, Karacho). I have to say, the indoor layout for this coaster looks startlingly similar to Saw the Ride's indoor layout.
Last edited by robbalvey on Fri Nov 08, 2013 7:20 am.
^It has been kind of sad that for a long time there were more at SFMM than in the whole of Australia. I definitely feel that what the local parks lack in quantity they make up for in quality and uniqueness. Can't wait to see how this turns out!
azza29 wrote:^It has been kind of sad that for a long time there were more at SFMM than in the whole of Australia. I definitely feel that what the local parks lack in quantity they make up for in quality and uniqueness.
Exactly. After visiting Australia with TPR a few years ago, I felt that many of our Aussie members were undervaluing what their country had when it came to parks and coasters.
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