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Adrenalin Alley targets corporate events
Thursday, July 09, 2009
It’s been dubbed the ultimate big night out for corporate events and social functions.

The all new Adrenalin Alley at Dreamworld on the Gold Coast features a new breed of innovative attractions, including Australia’s only V8 Supercars simulator experience (REDLINE), the country’s first non-stop wave (FlowRider), a A$2.5 million sci-fi themed laser combat game (AVPX) and 13 storeys of white-knuckle twists and turns on The Cyclone rollercoaster.


Dreamworld chief executive officer, Noel Dempsey, said Adrenalin Alley – located at one end of Ocean Parade – gives function organisers a choice of trail blazing experiences at price points that suit all budgets.


“Companies can take their team from the board room to the AVPX battlefield for two hours and receive a welcome drink and mixed platters of food for just A$29 per person. Or they can hire out the entire precinct for four hours of after-dark action with free flow of food and beverage for A$105 per person. And there are a range of prices and offerings in between, he said.


“Where else can you drive V8 Supercars at virtual speeds of 300km per hour over Mt Panorama, wipe out on a non-stop wave and then battle aliens using cutting-edge laser weaponry? The attractions can be played individually or team versus team.”


Award-winning Dreamworld became the first venue in Australia to be inducted into the Meetings Industry Association of Australia (now MEA) Hall of Fame. -John Newton

 
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