This small park caters mostly to locals, but there is a good reason for coaster enthusiasts to visit: another crazy, wooden Wild Mouse! This is currently the only coaster credit at Aussie World, but this is a very nice, eccentric little park with a decent selection of flat rides, including an enclosed Himalaya with a light-and-sound package (Rock 'n' Roll Rebel), and other family attractions, such as mini golf. Couple all this with a very friendly staff and the famous Ettamogah Pub, and you have a nice place to wile away a few hours, enjoy a nice meal, and hoist a pint or two of the local brew. The U.S. could use more parks like this.
Aussie World is worth a visit for its insane wooden Wild Mouse alone, but note that this park caters to a local audience. It's an attractive, compact traditional park that is perfect for families who want to spend a pleasant afternoon (their pub is very good, as well). So, if you want to ride one of few wooden mouse coasters left in the world, you'll want to hit Aussie World. It's a nice add-on for a visit to the Australia Zoo.
Has one of the few remaining wooden Wild Mouse coasters in the world
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