I will be dodging cream pies and flying shoes from loyal fans of nearby Dreamworld, but I have to confess that Warner Bros Movie World is my favorite Australian theme park. While I love the kangaroos in homegrown Dreamworld, I would always prefer Warner for its top-notch thrill rides spread across an atmospheric film-studio landscape.
The 'Superman Escape' roller coaster is an adrenaline rush, the 'Wild West Falls' flume ride approximates Disney quality (but where did the animatronics go?), 'Scooby-Doo Spooky Coaster' is a decent dark ride coaster with obvious borrowings from Universal Studios' Mummy Ride, and Shrek 3-D a movie experience not to be missed.
If you find a quiet corner you might be able to hear the cacophony of screams from Wet'n'Wild Water World next door, a must as well.
Warner Brothers Movie World aerial view
Warner Brothers Movie World entrance
Covered Main Street
Shrek 4-D adventure
Wild West village
Wild West village from above (look at these thin facades!)
Wild West Falls flume ride
Atmospheric log flume
Log flume ride from above
Entering the Wild West Falls mountain
Wild West Falls drop
Warner Brothers Movie World flume ride
This splash gets some artificial assistance
Superman roller coaster
Superman coaster in action
Superman coaster at Warner Brothers Movie World
Inverted roller coaster 'Lethal Weapon'
Scooby-Doo indoor roller coaster
Rubber Batman in the Batman ride pre-show
Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner statue. Awesome!
Road Runner family roller coaster
Posing kid and damaged coyote
Warner Brothers Movie World major coasters
Drop tower and Superman coaster fighting for attention