Theme parks in Australia have been gradually reopening to the public, so visitors can enjoy visiting the country’s leading attraction sites before the end of the summer.
The first to reopen was Australia’s Village Roadshow Limited theme parks, including SeaWorld and Paradise Country, which opened on June 26.
The Australian Outback Spectacular, the dinner and show package located between Warner Bros., Movie World and Wet n Wild Water World at Oxenford on the Gold Coast, reopened on July 15.
Each site is operating under strict health and safety protocols, which include the pre-booking of tickets and virtual queuing via an app. The parks are also operating at no more than 50% of their authorised capacity until further notice.
Due to social distancing measures, Movie World will not be holding its Streets Star Parade. Alternatives to meetings between characters and visitors will be made, and seating at the theatre and outdoors stadiums will also be limited.