Giant Ferris Wheel coming to Moreton Bay

Published 7:44am 24 May 2024

Giant Ferris Wheel coming to Moreton Bay
Words by Kylie Knight

Skyline Attractions will soon begin installing a 35m Ferris Wheel at Woody Point, which will operate for the next five months.

Known for owning and operating three giant Ferris Wheels across Australia including in Melbourne, Glenelg, Sunshine Coast and Darwin, Skyline Attractions is excited to bring this attraction to the Moreton Bay region.

Skyline Attractions spokeswoman Jane Jones says: "We have been working closely with the City of Moreton Bay Council for several months on this project, and now the time has come for everyone to enjoy it".

"The Ferris Wheel will provide stunning views across Moreton Bay to Moreton Island, Brisbane City, and the wider Moreton Bay region. We are looking forward to bringing this new attraction to locals and tourists over the coming months."

The Ferris Wheel will officially open next week, hopefully on Wednesday (May 29), and will operate daily from 10am, seven days a week, until October.

Visitors can enjoy breathtaking panoramic views and create lasting memories while experiencing one of the region's most exciting new attractions.

Up to six people can ride in one of the 24 gondolas, making it a unique, super fun outdoor experience everyone can enjoy. There is also an accessible gondola.

Tickets are available at the on-site ticket box or can be pre-purchased online.

For more information or to pre-purchase tickets, please visit the website at www.skylineattractions.com.au.

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