Australia's BIGGEST theme park, Dreamworld on the Gold Coast is bursting with happiness with over 50 rides and attractions to suit everyone from toddlers to thrill seekers and beyond.
Famous for having the highest, fastest and most impressive rides in the country, Dreamworld is home to the BIG9 thrill rides; TailSpin, The Claw, Buzz Saw, Tower of Terror II, Giant Drop, The Wipeout, Pandamonium, The Cyclone and Motocoaster. Thrill seekers also love Zombie Evilution: The Battle for Kevil Hill- the most challenging laser combat maze in the southern hemisphere.
Worlds of fun for family and friends, Dreamworld is where toddlers can enjoy Wiggles World and the DreamWorks Experience where famous movie characters from Madagascar, Shrek, Kung Fu Panda and Puss In Boots mingle with the crowd.
Staying true to Dreamworld's promise to offer more adventures than anywhere else in Australia, it is also home to Tiger Island and Dreamworld Corroboree. Only at Dreamworld can guests encounter the worlds largest interactive tiger facility at Tiger Island then see the world through Indigenous eyes at Dreamworld Corroboree home to 500 native animals and birds including koalas and kangaroos.
All in one MASSIVE location, Dreamworld's sister attraction is WhiteWater World. Fun all-year-round from the Gold Coast's balmy warm summer through to the warmest water of any park in Winter (27 degrees), WhiteWater World offers thrilling slides and great family fun for everyone. Enjoy the best of both worlds!
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We used to have family holidays here a bit and I have some very fond memories of Dreamworld. I went on the Ekka show day with my cousin and her kids as we found cheap tickets on RACQ. It was so quiet. Now is the time to visit. There were pretty much no queues for anything. A lot of the outlets around were closed due to the lack of visitors. We had a great day on all the rides!!
I hadn't been to Dreamworld for years, but recently was invited to an after hours event for an Awards Night and couldn't believe how much had changed.
Our drinks were served from Mr Ping's in the Kung Fu Panda area, but we passed the Madagascar fun on the way.
Everything is larger than life, clean and well maintained and I can't believe how many more rides there are now.
Practice for BeatBox was also happening whilst we were there and that looked like a good holiday bonus - if you're prepared to stick around for a 7pm start and aren't wishing you were already in bed by then.
My kids don't need me to take them anywhere anymore, but Dreamworld would still be a great family day out - off peak of course!