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Warner Bros. Movie World, Oxenford
(3.1/5 based on 3,600+ reviews on the web)
Hollywood's gotten a few silver-screen stars, such as Russell Crowe, from the Land Down Under. It makes sense then that the world's movie capital would have an Australian outpost. Standing as the country's only movie-related theme park, Warner Bros. Movie World provides movie-themed roller coasters, motion simulators, and river cruises. You can snap photos with celluloid heroes who roam the park, including Batman, Austin Powers, and Marilyn Monroe. The park even houses movie studios responsible for bringing Scooby Doo, Peter Pan, and other films to the big screen. Using our international travel planner, Oxenford attractions like Warner Bros. Movie World can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • The park is very well run and the rides ,although scary ,we always felt safe. Entertainment is continuous and brings a lot of joy to everyone. We are seniors and had a great time being kids again. Wil...  more »
  • the best every to go with the holl famiely and friends and its fun and the best every to go there and have fun 
  • I wish I had taken heed of the other reviews on here as they were totally right. I am sure this is great for kids but if you are looking for thrill rides don't bother. There are six all together (we d...  more »
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  • Amazing place. When you first walk in you feel amazing. The music the atmosphere. The shops The rides. The actors. The staff. Everything 5 STAR!! And then fright night omg that place was amazing and movie world was turned into a horror park absolutely amazing shows. Actors again. Just everything 5 STAR
  • I went for the halloween special night The Maze's were lots of fun and pretty creepy. It was also my 1st time there. The superman ride is awesome, a different kind of ride, pretty extreme really
  • Love coming here. The photo packages are a bit ridiculously priced but this is a lot of fun regardless. The lines waver from huge to short, which is expected. The overall experience is fantastic. The theme music generates a great atmosphere, the roaming entertainment adds to the fun and the rides are excellent
  • Its rhe same thing over and over. A lot of the shops were still closed at 11am. The new DC area u need to purchase an arm band to iteract. Its expensive enough to get in with out having to buy extra stuff to enjoy the park. Needs more shade and more seating.
  • Massive room for improvement. It took 1.5 hours to get into the park; multiple booths were closed and the staff were dismissive when asking for an explanation for the closed booths. "We're getting smashed" was the token response. Instead of calling for additional staff to get them through their peak period. I received good customer service from the bearded gentleman in the Dirty Harry bar. By the time I found my group who had prepurchased from another place and were given day passes to get in right away. I had lost 2 hours of my day. I found that people who are above average height should not attend this park. At just over 200 cm tall I cannot ride the Superman, Arkham or Doomsday attractions. This park needs to take note from it's international competition and install test chairs outside attractions. I didn't even bother to try to get on after reading the sign as lining up for 30+ minutes to be told that I am too tall to ride was a huge waste of my time. Well that seemed to be the theme for the day "a huge waste of time". We went to ride the Wild Wild West and were turned away due to technical problems. Moments later a staff member advised us they close the back end of the park at 3:30 to bring customers towards the entrance to make it easy to get them out at 5 pm. Ways to improve: 1. The major attractions at Universal Studios and Disney parks all have test seats to see if you are able to get on instead of wasting huge amounts of time waiting in lines. 2. Focus on the basics would make massive to improvements to the experience. 3. There is no need to take photos of people who have anything other then a yearly pass. When you buy a 3-7 day pass to any of the Universal/Disney parks for example they have your money and couldn't care less if you give it to someone else. There would need to be a major overhaul for me to be interested in returning.