Wanda Group to build multi-billion AUD Gold Coast theme park
Wanda Group is looking to develop a theme park on a 45-hectare plot in Australia’s Gold Coast for billions of AUD to rival the major theme parks in the area.
Chinese billionaire Jianlin Wang’s Wanda Group is looking to develop a theme park in Australia’s Gold Coast for billions of Australian dollars. The theme park, on a 45-hectare plot, will rival the major theme parks in the beach resort destination.
Wanda Group's tower "The Jewel" in Surfer's Paradise Gold Coast
British media has quoted Wanda Group sources as saying the group is currently in discussions with the Queensland government over land allocation and theme park construction.
The report said Wanda Group plans to invest billions of Australian dollars to build a theme park equipped with marine show theater, artificial wave pool, indoor ski slope and exhibition halls, in a scale that rivals those of Dreamworld and Warner Bros Movie World on the Gold Coast. Wanda Group’s GM Hong Xie said local officials keenly support the theme park project and hope it will attract even more visitors to the area.
Wanda Group already has several large-scale investments on the Gold Coast, including The Jewel project in Surfer’s Paradise. It has also invested to support the development of direct flights to the Gold Coast from new departure points in China, such as Wuhan in Hubei province.
（Translation by David)