|Location||Geelong, Victoria, Australia|
|Operating season||All year round|
Hy-Lite Park was an amusement park in Geelong, Australia, located on the corner of Bellarine Street and Ritchie Boulevard, near Eastern Beach where the tram terminus once stood. It opened in 1956 and closed circa 1985.
It was a very popular foreshore attraction in Geelong, comparable to Luna Park, Melbourne. The Hy-Lite Park was closed to make way for the new redevelopment of the Eastern Beach precinct in the 1990s.
 Amusements in 2006
In December 2006, a Ferris wheel reported as the largest non-permanent ferris wheel in the southern hemisphere, was renovated by Phoenix Fabrication & Welding of Geelong who enlarged the gondolas. It comprises 36 Gondola carriages, each with capacity to seat 6 persons. It has a 50 meter peak clearance and each ride is 10–12 minutes in duration. It was then erected in the same area in which Hy-Lite Park once stood.
It was imported from overseas by the Verfurth family who run Hi-Lite Amusements, having also operated Hy-Lite Park under the ownership of first-generation showman Emile Verfurth.
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