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Warner Bros. Movie World, Oxenford

Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
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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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  • What a great day we had. Last visit was two years ago and it was during school holidays. Not all that enjoyable due to the very long waiting lines - some greater than 50 minutes. This visit all east c...  read more »
  • A place that suitable for adults and kids. Quite few of roller coaster for brave peoples, and 4D movie and show for those who not dare to ride roller coaster, quite a lot of souvenir shop inside the p...  read more »
  • Not overly impressed. Wouldn't bother going again. Food overpriced. Rides limited if u not slim build. 
  • It is an experience that you should have. Love everything- the environment, rides, shows, shops,goodies,costumes, artwork. It's worth it. Best in Australia. You can easily spend all day. Its fun.
  • We spent the whole day and only managed to get a photo with the Catwoman. A few years back Batman came wondering about for kids to have a picture taken. My son didn't have one taken as he was only 2 and was rather terrified. We saw Superman but I must say the costume was very terrible it ain't worth the $20 to have a picture taken. Could not comment much on the rides as my son did not meet the min height requirement for most of the (adult) rides. Overall it is quite a fun place to go for kids once in a few years or so as not much has changed since.
  • My wife and 2 kids under 2 visited in what would be the off-season, had a blast. Plenty of things to do for the 2 year old, and while everyone was watching the stunt man show I was free to go on all the big boy rides with minimal ques. The staff are lovely however I was going to drop daffy duck like a sack of rocks if he kept up with his 'in your face' persona I think my kid is afraid of loony tunes now. Lots of undercover for families and the parade was nice kids love bubbles and now my kid loves batman so thats something..
  • Great theme park - definitely Australia's biggest and best! Great rides, good food and atmosphere! Go here outside of school holidays for the best experience
  • Leave early, rides open at 10:00 and between then and 12:00 is the best times, at around 1pm this place gets hectic, expect long lines and big waits to get on the better rides. Some attractions are closed periodically for maintenance and upgrades, which is expected. So check the website before you leave so you aren't disappointed. Warner Bros Kids in the back part of the park caters specifically for your little ones and the rest of the park is for pre teens, teens and adults who never want to grow up, I loved it here. Took our three sons 7, 12 and 13 and they all had such a wonderful time. Food and merchandise is expensive, but where isn't it? Don't miss the Scooby Doo Spooky Coaster, it was a family favourite. I'm also Glad we got seasonal passes, because our boys want to go back all the time now.
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