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Scooby Doo Spooky Coaster reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Scooby Doo Spooky Coaster, a roller coaster at Warner Bros. Movie World. (The minimum height to ride is 43 inches.)

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Posted: June 1, 2012

Scooby-Doo Spooky Coaster is a $13 million indoor rollercoaster ride inspired by the feature film shot at Warner Roadshow Movie World Studios on the Gold Coast.

The Scooby-Doo Spooky Coaster is an enclosed wild mouse incorporating 2 sections. The first, a haunted ghost train with animatronics. The second, a soundstage room filled with smoke and laser beams which is where the Wild Mouse is located.

Prepare for the supernatural as you enter the creepy dimly lit courtyard and move into the heart of Spooky Castle but watch out for ghouls, gargoyles and the odd talking suit of armour!

Coaster cars carefully replicated from Scooby-Doo the film, launch guests on a hair-raising journey complete with laser lighting and sound effects, animatronics and a kaleidoscope of colour, depth, height and trickery of dimension. Be afraid...be kind of afraid!

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Readers' rating:

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9 votes, so far

A well themed exciting indoor wild mouse with a great haunted house section and heaps of unexpected thrills in a fog filled warehouse while lasers contribute to a very wild mouse. - Nathan Alexander

I love love this ride....so much fun and so unexpected for what you assume to be a haunted house turns into a wild mouse like rollercoaster in the dark...i would say the best dark ride i've been on thus far... - Rachelle Beaney

Cool in the dark coaster, really cool effects and quite scary, some major stomach lurch moments. - Jadzia Dax

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