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Dreamworld is the largest theme park in Australia with more than 40 attractions and rides, including five roller coasters and Safari Experiences.
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For those who visit Dreamworld with family, you can enjoy the thrilling rides that are suitable for younger visitors as well. As a starter, take a trip around the park with the Dreamworld Express that will depart every 30 minutes from the Central Park Station. This train will be a good way to choose what do you want to ride with the family, especially when you only have limited time. You can also look around with the iconic vintage cars that is a replica of 1920s Ford. This trip will also give you a chance to see the koalas at the park as well. After that, soar the sky with the rollercoaster from Madagascar and the Gingy's Glider for more thrill. You can also ride the Shockwave that will take you to 360 degree spins of fury. Once you finished, relaxed a bit in the Mad Jungle Jam, a space with a lot of activities that you can enjoy with your children. Some of the activities here will make you wet, but don't change your clothes yet because the Rocky Hollow Log Ride is waiting for you with fun and a bit of thrill.
If you are not really into the thrill, then you can let your kids ride these attractions that are guaranteed to be fun. For a laid back rides, your kids can try the Big Red Boat Ride, Big Red Car Ride, or the Dorothy's Tea Cup Ride. While for more rides with some thrill, you can take them to ride the Donkey Flyers, Hop and Hoot, or the Puss in Boots Sword Swing that will take them up high and might make them scream. They can also ride the Shreks' Ogre Go Round to meet their favorites character from the movie Shrek as they go around with them. After that, they can do some fun activities and games in the attractions in the park such as the ABC Kids World Fun Spot, Bananas in Pyjamas Fun Maze, Giggle and Hoot Pirate Ship, or the Play School Art Room.
In the Dreamworld, there are some thrilling rides known as the Big 9 thrill rides that will make you scream as you have fun as well. The thrill rides including two rollercoaster rides, the BuzzSaw and the Hot Wheels SideWinder. These two rides are also considered as two of the tallest high-speed rollercoaster in the Southern Hemisphere. Then, there is the Pandamonium, a ride that will make you spins a lot. This ride has two choices of seat that you can choose in line. One with maximum level of thrill, and the other is the one for those who want to try the lower level of scare. Next, Dreamworld has the Tower of Terror, a ride with one of the most advanced technology in the world. In this ride, you will be taken into a tunnel with the speed of 161 km/h before going down on your face first. Other rides including the motorbike rollercoaster, The Claw and Tail Spin that will make you go round and round in the sky, The Giant Drop that is also the legendary Australian trademark, and The Wipeout that has the wildest wave in Australia.
The Dreamworld is not all about rides. Here, you can see Australian animals and learn more about them as you see them in a close range. There are some activities that can be joined and make your visit more memorable. First is the Corroboree, a simulation to let visitors see the ancient world of Australia. There are exhibitions and activities related to the Aborginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage and culture. Then, there is the Tiger Island that will let you come face to face with the fearsome predator. You can join and feed the tiger, and you can also see the cuteness of the tiger cubs all in this one place.
How to Get Tickets?
If you want to visit Dreamworld, then it is better to buy the ticket online before you are going. Not just saving your time, you will also save your money with the promotion and cheaper price you can get. There are some packages that you can choice, from the 1 day ticket to Dreamworld and WhiteWater World to the 7 day ticket that will give you access to both parks and the SkyPoint Observation Deck for 7 days.
How To Get Around?
To get around, you can go by foot or ride the in-park train. For visitors with disabilities, do not worry because there are accessible parking spaces, wheelchair hire, and restrooms for those with disabilities. All the shopping and dining facilities are also completed with the ramps to make it easier for you with wheelchair.
What Should I Wear?
There is no recommendation on what to wear to visit the Dreamworld. However, since you are going to move a lot and have fun, it is better to wear light clothing and comfortable shoes. Don't forget to check the weather before you go because this site is an outdoor park.
Best Time to Visit
The Dreamworld will be very packed with people, especially kids during school holidays. So, you might want to visit outside the school holidays period. Also, it is better to visit the theme park from early in the morning and prepare the whole day around to enjoy everything this park has to offer.
Will I Need a Guide?
You don't need a guide to explore the Dreamworld. If you want, you can also download or take the map of the theme park to help you get around.
How To Get There?
To get to the Dreamworld and other places in Gold Coast, you can use the TransLink's bus, train, or tram network. These transportations can take you to places all over the Gold Coast.