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Tower of Terror II
Tower of Terror II (Dreamworld) - OnRide - (360p)

Tower of Terror II (Dreamworld) - OnRide - (360p)

General
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Park Dreamworld
Location AustraliaCoomera, Queensland, Australia
Status Defunct
Operated
Operated January 23, 1997 - November 3, 2019
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Cost A$16,000,000
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Tower of Terror II was an Intamin AG launched shuttle roller coaster located at Dreamworld in Queensland, Australia. It closed on 3rd Novermber 2019. It was the seventh fastest roller coaster in the world. Tower of Terror II was one of only two Reverse Freefall Coasters designed by Intamin AG (the other being Superman: Escape From Krypton at Six Flags Magic Mountain).
Preceded by

Fujiyama

World's Tallest Roller Coaster

January 1997–March 1997

Succeeded by

Superman: The Escape

Preceded by

Fujiyama

World's Tallest Roller Coaster Drop

January 1997–May 2003

Succeeded by

Top Thrill Dragster

Preceded by

Fujiyama

World's Fastest Roller Coaster

January 1997–December 2001

Succeeded by

Dodonpa

Renovation

In August, 2010, Dreamworld announced that it would be flipping the car around backwards and a 676 foot tunnel would be added. The ride reopened only a few weeks later.

Dreamworld Roller Coasters
Operating BuzzSawCycloneEureka Mountain Mine RideMick Doohan's MotocoasterRugrats Runaway ReptarTower of Terror II
Former Thunderbolt
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