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The Aquaman Exhibit and Trolls Village Say Goodbye on 21 July

By July 17, 2019 No Comments

The Aquaman Exhibit and Trolls Village Say Goodbye on 21 July

Warner Bros. Movie World's Aquaman Exhibit and Dreamworld's Trolls Village are preparing to say goodbye. Don’t miss out on the movie magic with the pop-up attractions closing on Sunday 21 July, 2019.

Fans of the blockbuster movie ‘Aquaman’ will not want to miss out on the underwater world currently at Warner Bros. Movie World. The Aquaman Exhibition is in its final days and will close permanently on Sunday 21 July.

You’ll get to explore set pieces, view props from the movie and even see the costumes worn in the film by Amber Heard and Jason Mamoa.

Visitors can experience the underwater world in real life with a walk through the Black Manta’s sub or get your photos taken with the large statues in addition to over 20 weapons such as Atlanna’s Trident.

 

The exhibit can be found in Movie World at the Warner Bros. Studio Showcase located near the Doomsday Destroyer.

The exhibit is made all that much special when you realise the majority of the filming took place right here on the Gold Coast at the Warner Bros. film studios and nearby Gold Coast beaches and North Stradbroke Island.

In November, the Warner Bros. Studio Showcase will return with a brand new exhibit featuring Hollywood set pieces, props and costumes from The Great Gatsby, A Star is Born, Mad Max, Wonder Woman, Shazam and Suicide Squad.

In Dreamworld news, Poppy and Branch are available for one last dance party before the pop up Trolls Village says goodbye forever on 21 July.

Dreamworld Trolls Village

Take the young ones along to get all ‘trolled’ up and dance along with Poppy and Branch at their dance parties. The village features live shows, character appearances and a crazy Trolls Funhouse.

Trolls Village Dreamworld

Experience the movie magic before it’s too late. Purchase your Gold Coast theme parks tickets online here to visit The Aquaman Exhibition and The Trolls Village before it’s closure this Sunday, 21 July.