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* In May 2019, Sea World announced ''The New Atlantis'' precinct, which will feature three new rides:<ref name="ParzAtlantisPressRelease">{{cite web |url=https://www.parkz.com.au/article/2019/05/27/658-Village_Roadshow_Theme_Parks_Announces_Multi-Million_Dollar_Investment_into_Gold_Coast_Theme_Parks.html |title=Village Roadshow Theme Parks Announces Multi-Million Dollar Investment into Gold Coast Theme Parks |publisher=Parkz |date=27 May 2019 |access-date=3 June 2019}}</ref><ref name="ParkzAtlantisEditorial">{{cite web |url=https://www.parkz.com.au/article/2019/05/28/659-Sea_Worlds_New_Atlantis_will_redefine_Australian_theme_parks.html |title=Sea World's New Atlantis will redefine Australian theme parks |publisher=Parkz |last=Wilson |first=Richard |date=28 May 2019 |access-date=3 June 2019}}</ref><ref name="Coaster101Atlantis">{{cite web |url=https://www.coaster101.com/2019/05/24/sea-world-in-australia-new-atlantis/ |title=Sea World in Australia to open The New Atlantis |publisher=Coaster101 |date=24 May 2019 |access-date=3 June 2019}}</ref><ref name="MyGCCashSplash">{{cite web |url=http://www.mygc.com.au/spit-master-plan-prompts-sea-worlds-50m-cash-splash/ |title=Spit Master Plan prompts Sea World's $50m cash splash |publisher=myGC.com.au |last=Junge |first=Rachel |date=25 May 2019 |access-date=3 June 2019}}</ref>
* In May 2019, Sea World announced ''The New Atlantis'' precinct, which will feature three new rides:<ref name="ParzAtlantisPressRelease">{{cite web |url=https://www.parkz.com.au/article/2019/05/27/658-Village_Roadshow_Theme_Parks_Announces_Multi-Million_Dollar_Investment_into_Gold_Coast_Theme_Parks.html |title=Village Roadshow Theme Parks Announces Multi-Million Dollar Investment into Gold Coast Theme Parks |publisher=Parkz |date=27 May 2019 |access-date=3 June 2019}}</ref><ref name="ParkzAtlantisEditorial">{{cite web |url=https://www.parkz.com.au/article/2019/05/28/659-Sea_Worlds_New_Atlantis_will_redefine_Australian_theme_parks.html |title=Sea World's New Atlantis will redefine Australian theme parks |publisher=Parkz |last=Wilson |first=Richard |date=28 May 2019 |access-date=3 June 2019}}</ref><ref name="Coaster101Atlantis">{{cite web |url=https://www.coaster101.com/2019/05/24/sea-world-in-australia-new-atlantis/ |title=Sea World in Australia to open The New Atlantis |publisher=Coaster101 |date=24 May 2019 |access-date=3 June 2019}}</ref><ref name="MyGCCashSplash">{{cite web |url=http://www.mygc.com.au/spit-master-plan-prompts-sea-worlds-50m-cash-splash/ |title=Spit Master Plan prompts Sea World's $50m cash splash |publisher=myGC.com.au |last=Junge |first=Rachel |date=25 May 2019 |access-date=3 June 2019}}</ref>
:*''Vortex'' is an 18 metre (59 ft) [[HUSS Park Attractions|HUSS]] [[Top Spin (ride)|Top Spin]] and was originally projected to open in December 2019. The ride now has an opening date of December 2020, due to delays associated with the Covid-19 pandemic.<ref name="ParzAtlantisPressRelease"/><ref name="Coaster101Atlantis"/>
:*''Vortex'' is an 18 metre (59 ft) [[HUSS Park Attractions|HUSS]] [[Top Spin (ride)|Top Spin]] and was originally projected to open in December 2019. The ride now has an opening date of December 2020, due to delays associated with the Covid-19 pandemic.<ref name="ParzAtlantisPressRelease"/><ref name="Coaster101Atlantis"/>
:* ''[[Leviathan (Sea World)|Leviathan]]'' is a [[wooden roller coaster]] manufactured by [[Martin & Vleminckx]] and designed by [[The Gravity Group]]; in a world-first, its Timberliner trains will feature two backwards-facing seats.<ref name="ParzAtlantisPressRelease"/><ref name="MyGCCashSplash"/> It is projected to feature approximately 909 metres (2,982 ft) of track, and reach a maximum height of {{Convert|27|m|ft|adj=off}} and top speed of {{Convert|85|km/h|mph}}.<ref name="ParkzLeviathan">{{cite web |url=https://www.parkz.com.au/article/2019/06/04/660-Leviathan_what_you_need_to_know_about_Sea_Worlds_new_wooden_roller_coaster.html |title=Leviathan: what you need to know about Sea World's new wooden roller coaster |publisher=Parkz |date=4 June 2019 |access-date=11 June 2019}}</ref> Vertical construction of the coaster began in September 2020, with plans to open in July 2021.<ref name="ParzAtlantisPressRelease"/>
:* ''[[Leviathan (Sea World)|Leviathan]]'' is a [[wooden roller coaster]] manufactured by [[Martin & Vleminckx]] and designed by [[The Gravity Group]]; in a world-first, its Timberliner trains will feature two backwards-facing seats.<ref name="ParzAtlantisPressRelease"/><ref name="MyGCCashSplash"/> It is projected to feature approximately 909 metres (2,982 ft) of track, and reach a maximum height of {{Convert|27|m|ft|adj=off}} and top speed of {{Convert|85|km/h|mph}}.<ref name="ParkzLeviathan">{{cite web |url=https://www.parkz.com.au/article/2019/06/04/660-Leviathan_what_you_need_to_know_about_Sea_Worlds_new_wooden_roller_coaster.html |title=Leviathan: what you need to know about Sea World's new wooden roller coaster |publisher=Parkz |date=4 June 2019 |access-date=11 June 2019}}</ref> Vertical construction of the coaster began in September 2020, with plans to open in late 2022..<ref name="ParzAtlantisPressRelease"/>
:* ''Trident'' is a 52 metre (171 ft) [[Funtime (manufacturer)|Funtime]] Star Flyer and is projected to open in July 2021 alongside the Leviathan Coaster.<ref name="Trident Delay">{{cite web |url=https://www.parkz.com.au/article/2019/09/06/670-The_New_Atlantis_New_concept_art_for_Vortex_released_Trident_delayed.html |title=The New Atlantis: New concept art for Vortex released, Trident delayed |publisher=Parkz |date=6 August 2019 |access-date=8 August 2019}}</ref>
:* ''Trident'' is a 42 metre (137 ft) SBF Visa Swing Tower and is projected to open in Late 2022 alongside the Leviathan rolleroaster.<ref name="Trident Delay">{{cite web |url=https://www.parkz.com.au/article/2019/09/06/670-The_New_Atlantis_New_concept_art_for_Vortex_released_Trident_delayed.html |title=The New Atlantis: New concept art for Vortex released, Trident delayed |publisher=Parkz |date=6 August 2019 |access-date=8 August 2019}}</ref>


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