Theme Parks

Aussie World Palmview

Where is it at?

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Aussie World
73 Frizzo Road
Bruce Highway
Palmview
QLD
4553
Tel: 07 5494 5444

Directions

The easiest way to get to Aussie World is by car. They are about 1km north of the Caloundra exit on the Bruce Hwy on the Sunshine Coast.

If you do get public transport, the closest train station is Landsborough.

Where are we going today?

True blue mate - it's Aussie World! A rip roaring Aussie themed family theme park on Queensland's Sunshine Coast.

There are over thirty rides and games for all ages (and all stomachs!)

Fancy yourself a bit of a thrill seekers? Want to try and improve on your personal record for how many times you can go on a ride! 

Ballroom Blitz appears calm, but when you get up 15m into the air, you might think differently, especially when you're legs are hanging free below! 

The ominously named Dark Rebel will rock you around the clock to 50s and 60s music as you enjoy special effects around you, as you skyrocket up the charts, or enjoy the Wild Mouse Rollercoaster, restored from the 1930s and twists you and turns you around hair pin bends!

What do you think a ride called Plunge will do to you? We'll leave that one a secret! 

Not all the rides are thrilling, however. There are a number of rides for the tiny tots where they can slowly work on their bravery! From a sweet carousel, the Giggle Go Round and a run giant slide, there will be something for all of them. 

The park hold various events too, like Sunday Roast in the Shed, and Tiny Tots "WicKid" Wednesdays, as well as festive events like the Halloween FestEvil (clever!) so keep an eye out for those too!

Cor blimey that all sounds like fun! 

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$32.00 (online price)
  • Children$32.00 (online price)
  • Free Under: under 2
LAST UPDATED 2014

When can we go?

7 days a week: 9am - 5pm Rides start at 10am

Closed Christmas Day, and reduced hours on Anzac Day.

I'm Hungry!

Unfortunately you can't take food into the park, but there are a number of food outlets to choose from! The Aussie World cafe serves tasty foods, as well as waffles, desserts, and ice creams, and Bluey's Bar and Grill is located upstairs in the Ettamogah Pub and offers up fine pub fare!

You certainly won't leave hungry! .

Healthy Eating!

The Aussie World Cafe serves healthy, yummy, and gluten free options as well as a juice bar.

If you do have any special dietary requirements, you can contact them in advance to discuss your needs, and they can make an exception with you bringing food in. .

Any Top Tips?

Why not host your birthday party there! It would be a splash! .

Need a little extra help?

For anyone with physical limitations they have easy access car parking, toilets and ramps. Restrictions are outlined in front of each ride, on a case by case basis. .

What people are saying?

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    Very good, especially for young kids. Not too expensive and very quiet so no need to wait for more than a couple of minutes to get on any ride. My kids aged 4 and 5 loved the kiddie rides and spent ages going on them repeatedly. The adult rides are good too. A good day out and good value for money as theme parks go.

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    Love it

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    Fish was over cooked and dry. Steak sandwich was good, chicken burger good, schnitzel and chips good, meals didn't come out together even though we ordered together. Had to wait 20 minutes for my boyfriend and I's meal when the couple with us already had theirs. :( - took the fish back because it wasn't edible. Second time around it was perfect melt in your mouth succulent fish. :-) funny cartoon pub.

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    Fantastic.. rides were great . Staff were really nice and the food was actually great. No long queues. A definate place you must go to. We all had a great day.

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    Great for the kids with good simple rides with no queues. Well presented and quite good food. Recommended.

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