Theme Parks

Dreamworld Australia Coomera

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Dreamworld Australia
1 Dreamworld Parkway
Coomera
QLD
4209
Tel: 07 5588 1111

Directions

Dreamworld & Whitewater World, are located in South East Queensland at the northern end of the Gold Coast.

From Surfers Paradise, it will take about 20 minutes. From Smith Street at Southport, just get on the Pacific Hwy and take the Coomera Exit and you will see the DreamWorld signage (Exit 54). Then just follow the signs.

Where are we going today?

Dreamworld Australia is the real deal!

It is one of the country's most popular theme parks, and once you visit you probably will be able to see why!

There are a TON of incredible fun and exciting things for do for all ages. They have the tallest and fastest thrill rides for that adrenaline to get pumping, as well as fun live interactive shows and unique animal attractions!

Are you ready for your spine to tingle!? The thrill rides are mammoth!

Here's a little teaser (You know you will want to know more!) There is a swinging rickshaw that sends you upside down at 3.8 G-forces (crazy!), you can take a spin up to 72 feet into the sky, or face the, as they say, "mother of all tidal waves". Lose your stomach on a sky-high swing, and there is one that is the closest thing to sky diving! Our stomaches are in knots already! 

But of course, like any good theme park, it's not all about the massive thrills.

Wiggle World is the great stop with small kids: a kooky little town just for them with small guy rides and family fun.

Dreamworld is also home to a further host of family rides catering for the younger thrill seekers, slightly less adventurous and tiny tots: but still guaranteed to delight, from vintage cars and log rides to railways and rapids!

The park also features one of the largest, native, wildlife parks in Queensland to explore, plus the unnerving Tiger Island and The Lair: a chance to actually feed the tigers! How many of your friends in your class can say that!?

With so many individual sections dedicated to family favourites like Shrek, parents - you'll be dragged along behind the kids as they discover it all!

If that wasn't enough, we should just throw in, oh, we don't know - V8 Supercars Redine, AVPX, the immersive combat zone pitting Alien vs Predator vs YOU, and Australia's first and only Flow Rider: born from the roots of surfing, skateboarding and bodyboarding!

It's a DREAM!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$84.99 Dreamworld only.
  • Children$59.99 Dreamworld Only (Ages 3 - 13)
  • Free Under: 3 years.
LAST UPDATED 2014

When can we go?

10am - 5pm

7 days a week, all year round.

Teachers corner

Dreamworld is now Australia’s largest interactive class room with its variety of educational programs! It's also the only place where the physics is fast, the biology breathes and the maths adds up to the time of your life. (So yes, of course you should go there in the name of science!).

I'm Hungry!

You will have plenty of choice with all the cafes and kiosks, as well as tasty ice cream parlours in the park. There is even a buffet restaurant. Yum! (Just be careful what you eat before you go on those thrill rides!).

Any Top Tips?

White Water World is right next door and linked, though they are individuals. You can save megabucks by purchasing combination tickets! Double Trouble! .

Need a little extra help?

Be aware the restrictions for each ride - carers assume the responsibility for any decision made based on the knowledge of the individuals capabilities, and those of the ride..

Can I get one of those?

Of course there is shopping! You won't go home empty handed with fun souvenirs. .

What people are saying?

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    WE'VE BEEN TRAVELLING TO DREAMWORLD FROM MELBOURNE EVERY SECOND YEAR FOR THE LAST 15 YEARS AND IT JUST KEEPS GETTING BETTER EVERY YEAR.............OUR WHOLE FAMILY OF 20 RECKON IT'S BETTER THAN ANY OF THE OTHERS HANDS DOWN AS IT HAS IT'S OWN THEMES PLUS A LITTLE FROM ALL THE OTHERS............WE HAVE TRIED ALL THE OTHERS ONCE, BUT DREAMWORLD IS DEF "DA BEEZ NEEZ" !

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    Great fun day even as adults - the rises are a little shorter and tamer than what I recall as a kiddie but I guess that's to be expected. The tigers are an absolute must see! Beautiful animals and were worth coming to the whole park! Great day overall!!!

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    Pros: good rides for whole family, mix of animals and other attractions. Cons: long queues, food was atrocious (sold out of ALL healthy options by 13:00, including sandwiches, salads and sushi; and food queues for 'fast food' was 45mins), can't bring own food, staff seemed disengaged, shows were average. Ride queues were long (45mins on weekday), even for family rides (big red car), unless you arrived at opening or bought an queue jumping app. Overall I would recommend movie world as a much better option.

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    The rides are fun, when they aren't broken down. The cyclone and the motor GP were broken down. The Claw broke down while we were on it and we were trapped for 15 minutes, finally when the "Technician" came he just flicked a switch and the harnesses released. Why the operator couldn't have done that i'll never know. Not her fault, obviously, she hasn't been trained properly. The buzz saw failed to launch 3 times. The tower of terror broke down. Its all dingy and faded. I think they need to hire some painters, maintenance staff, get new management....Read More

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    Dreamworld was great fun, I went with my partner for my 21st birthday and we had a ball! There are a variety of rides for all ages, lots of yummy foods and cute knick knacks to buy. One thing worth noting is that majority of the good rides do not open until 11 so if you arrive early hoping to beat the queues there's not much point.

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The rides are fun, when they aren't broken down. The cyclone and the motor GP were broken down. The Claw broke down while we were on it and we were trapped for 15 minutes, finally when the "Technician" came he just flicked a switch and the harnesses released. Why the operator couldn't have done that i'll never know. Not her fault, obviously, she hasn't been trained properly. The buzz saw failed to launch 3 times. The tower of terror broke down. Its all dingy and faded. I think they need to hire some painters, maintenance staff, get new management. Then i think it would be fine. Other than that it has the potential to be awesome. P.S. White water world is pretty cool.

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