Treat your family to a day out that they’ll never forget with a trip to Dreamworld, where dreams really do become a reality. Check out our five fun facts about this iconic theme park to help you plan the best day for your kids.
There is something for the whole family at this huge theme park that currently holds the title as the largest in the country. Roam to all corners of Dreamworld to discover thrilling rides for older kids like the Big9, Giant Drop and Tower of Terror; colourful characters and mini adventure rides at ABC KIDS WORLD; wild animals at Corroboree’s wildlife precinct and splashtastic rides for all ages at WhiteWater World.
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Your child will be smiling for days after a visit to the theme park’s ABC KIDS WORLD and Wiggles World. This is the place where imaginations are sparked and kids can feel like their wildest dreams have come true as they get to meet their favourite Australian TV characters including Giggle and Hoot, Wags the Dog, the Bananas in Pyjamas and Dorothy the Dinosaur. There’s also plenty of rides including the Bananas in Pyjamas Fun Maze, Dorothy’s Teacup ride and The Big Red Boat.
Cool off after riding the attractions of Dreamworld with a visit to WhiteWater World. Families travelling together can hire one of the park’s 23 cabanas for everyone to use as a meeting spot, chill out between slides on the loungers and enjoy a bite to eat. There are slides for all ages with Wiggle Bay for little ones and the Super Tubes Hydro Coasters and The Green Room for bigger kids.
For the first time in the Southern Hemisphere, you can take to the sky and experience an extrasensory journey over Australia with Dreamworld’s Sky Voyager, opening soon! This $17 million simulated flying experience features immersive live-action 4K adventure flying footage and special sensory effects such as swooping, diving, gliding and jetting over and around spectacular Australian landscapes.
Dreamworld Corroboree’s wildlife precinct is home to hundreds of native Australian animals that are just waiting to meet you and your family. Give your child the gift of a thousand memories with one of the park’s wildlife experiences that include a tiger or crocodile feeding experiences, a photo with a koala or dingo meet-and-greet. The park also invites children to discover Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, culture, wildlife and stories with interactive experiences including face painting, music and fire making.
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