Warner Brothers Movie World is an amusement Park in Brisbane where you have the whole day to enjoy the amazing world of cinema. It is location is in the downtown of Oxenford. The Park was opened in 1991
This theme Park has a special “cinema factory”, where all comers are offered to watch a movie on a cool movie set.
There are many recognizable film and cartoon characters. With all of these heroes of Hollywood like Spiderman or Batman you can take a picture.
There are scenes from Hollywood movies in the street: “Batman,” “Lethal weapon,” “Spiderman,” “Harry Potter”, “Scooby-Doo” and others. The dramatization of the famous westerns is also very often. So you can feel you a cinema hero.
The same few people indifferent sentimental and grandiose stunt show using pyrotechnics, video, and sound effects, the masses of motorcycles and cars.
Warner Brothers Movie World is opened from 10 am to 4-5 PM daily. Ticket for adults – about 72$; for children – 47$. Working hours are changing every Christmas – Check the new Information out.
The Treasury Casino and resort has a range of gambling options. Instead of the wide-open casino floor that you find in more modern casinos, this one has gambling rooms that offer things like poker and gaming machines.
Amusement Park Dreamworld is one of the best in Australia and the whole world.
It is working since 1981 with various rides, recreating the spirit of the old Australia, and demonstrating ultra-modern achievements of the entertainment industry.
In the “dream World” there are four very different large roller coasters, two water rides and a huge Ferris wheel.
Thrill seekers will also find in the Park, something to do – many modern attractions for every taste will satisfy any person. Worth at least 605-metre long motorcycle jump or the famous Tower of Terror, where you can experience a free fall from a height of 38 floor building. Fly like a real superman thanks to this Tower.
Dreamworld is open from 10am to 5pm daily. Basic ticket for an adult is 72$, for child – 47$.
Queensland cultural Centre – an integrated center of culture and arts, designed by Australian architect Robin Gibson in the South Bank area in Brisbane.
This architectural has: the Queensland Museum and the state Library Queensland. It’s impossible to imagine this place without Queensland Centre of theatrical art and Queensland Art gallery.
Art gallery (former national Art gallery) was opened in 1895. Since then it changed many buildings, until in 1982 moved to its present location in the Cultural Centre at South Bank.
Museum dedicated to cinema. Both galleries are open from 10.00 to 17.00 on daily and from 9.00 to 17.00 at weekends.
Lone Pine Koala Suntory
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary that is also known as “Koala Park” — the oldest and largest Park in Australia for koalas.
The name of the Park – Lone Pine– comes from standing alone tree – pine-Araucaria, which was planted by the Clarkson family who were the first owners of the site where later the park was established.
The population of koalas in the Park began with 2 koalas named Jack and Jill.
Lone Pine is almost the one of the parks where people are allowed to hold koalas. However, strict rules of the Park stipulate that any Koala can’t hold tourists more than 30 minutes a day.
Opening hours: 8.30 – 17.00 daily;
Phone: 07/3378 1366
Price: adult A$20 (US$16), children 3-13 years – A$15 (US$12), a family of 5 people – A$52 (US$42).