There is a big child in my heart! I love Carnival Speed, so when I get to bed in the morning, I call my husband to take me to play! It's so fun here! I love the unlimited rides for a fee! We have sat there many times but I still find it fun! But the ride on speed is still very dangerous, I almost flew out and knocked on my knees. This game requires some restrictions to stop people from playing. The staff are very friendly. They move to the side of the speed car and prepare when you are standing there, and even open the door when people are still in line! Come and play here for a few hours! We didn't bring the kids, so enjoyed it!
A smaller theme park but affordable and lots of funWe visited Aussie World on the first day of school holidays and were pleasantly surprised to find it only half-full with no long queues. If anything, the park was a little too empty. Despite this, there''s plenty to do here. Aussie World has a good selection of rides, most aimed at kids aged 5-15. Favourites included the ''Logjam'' water ride, Wasp, Mozzie Muster and the giant slide. The ''Mayhem'' haunted house is a bit cheesy with teenagers pretending to be psycho killers and what-not but it''s all good fun. There''s also dodgems, a virtual simulator, a couple of carousels and chairlifts and an amusement arcade (though this costs extra). We paid $138 for a family ticket and spent six hours there, which is good value. The catering, as in most theme parks, is standard fast food that is way overpriced. Would nevertheless highly recommend Aussie World for a day out.
Happiness is a kind of relaxing happiness. It is very suitable for parent-child travel.