A holiday park in the Sydney suburb of Bourke Street is about to open its doors to the public after three-and-a-half years of planning and construction.
The amusement park, called Golden Wheel, opened on Monday after a year-long campaign by residents of the nearby suburb of Northcote.
Its aim is to be a “high-tech community”, as it describes itself, and the new amusement park will be staffed by robots.
“Golden Wheel is the perfect location for a new high-tech entertainment destination in Sydney,” said Mr Della Bella, the company’s managing director.
Golden Wheel, which opened in 2015, has two amusement rides: one at a new hotel and the other on the old Swan Island Golf Course.
A large, interactive video room will be open for the public.
It will feature 360-degree views of Sydney, Melbourne and the Gold Coast.
It also has an indoor pool and a mini-bar with live music.
According to the company, the cost of the park has been cut in half since the park opened.
As well as being a high-end amusement park for residents of North Cote, the new park will also be a destination for tourists, including families, with a variety of activities such as a children’s swing, horse races, a childrens’ playground, a kids’ play area and a large children’s play area.