Yes. Closed for good. owed 12.2mil to various others. So in order to protect their reputation whilst they tried to sell the company, they stated that the park was being "worked on". The manager has been banned from managing another business for 5 years. No one has bought Auckland Luge to date. It has been closed since April last year. Its future is still uncertain to some degree, but it is most likely that it will be closed for good.
Auckland Luge opened for business on 21 September 2007. It took approximately a year and a half to finish the site.
yes it has.Banned from managing a company: Donnithorne banned for 5 yearsBanned person: Andrew Donnithorne,ChristchurchStart date: 19 JulyFinish date: 19 July 2015Banned person's interests: Mr Donnithorne had a number of Christchurch business interests and also led development of the luge beside the Silverdale offramp on the Northern Motorway. Equitable Property Holdings Ltd appointed Tim Downes & Richard Simpson (Grant Thornton Auckland Ltd) in November 2008 as receivers of Auckland Luge Ltd, which owned luge carts, transport belts & ski carpets. Auckland Lugewas also the guarantor of obligations totalling $12.2 million owed by Netheravon Holdings Ltd to Equitable. The receivers tried selling the business, but closed the luge completely in April.
It has a lot of tourist attractions like Auckland zoo, luge, rainbows end ( a theme park) beaches, dolphin watching and shopping malls.
Apparently in April last year , we went to visit the site last Friday (not realizing it had closed) asked the people at the Go Cart place next to Snow Planet , apparently this was the second time it went bust.
The Rotorua Luge runs down Mount Ngongotaha.
Luge, as a one- or two-person sled for coasting or racing down a chute, in French is luge in English.
Individuals going down the track in luge are face up and feet first.
well there is the downhill luge...
it makes them more streamlined. The less air resistance a luge rider creates, the less friction with the air, and therefore the faster he/she will go.