It's not. Trust me. Actually, I think that tag line is maybe from a few years ago.
When we arrived we were firstly amazed by the number of cars entering the car park. Every single one had NSW number plates.
More like NSW on the Gold Coast.
|Hold on to your hats people.|
There were queues, to park, to enter and for all the rides. We lined up for a 4D experience of Ice Age Three (the dinosaur one). The fourth dimension consisted of seats which shook, and water (I hope) sprayed all over the audience when one of the characters sneezed. It was a little underwhelming.
Next, we watched a stunt car show with a lot of explosions and flying cars. Issy didn't cope well. The rest of us loved it.
|An ice-cream as big as his head.|
|Post ice-cream happiness.|
|Pre roller coaster happiness.|
Still flying high on adrenalin,
|Issy was not so happy just before the Wild West ride. Her instincts were correct.|
|The 40 second rollercoaster.|
It was wild, it was crazy, it was fun. And my goodness it was expensive.