As Australia’s largest theme park, Dreamworld has it all. Adrenaline junkies can take on the world’s tallest free-falling ride, be propelled from zero to 161 kilometres p/h, and even challenge gravity 15 storeys above the ground on the Big 9 Thrill Rides. Come face-to-face with the jungle’s most fearsome predator at Tiger Island or immerse yourself in traditional Indigenous Australian culture and wildlife at Dreamworld Corroboree. Families can take a scenic ride aboard the Dreamworld Express, make a splash on the Log Ride or drive back in time in Dreamworld’s iconic Vintage Cars. Kids can meet loved television characters Hoot and Hootabelle, and Dorothy the Dinosaur at ABC KIDS WORLD, while animated movies Madagascar, Shrek and Kung-Fu Panda come to life in the DreamWorks Experience. Go from thrills to spills at WhiteWater World, now one of the many worlds of Dreamworld. Ride the giant waterslides or the world’s most exciting simulated wave on FlowRider, or simply cool off in the wave pool. Treat yourself at a number of retail outlets including the flagship LEGO® store and take home a memento of your Dreamworld experience. With so many worlds in one, there’s something for everybody at Dreamworld
GOOD TO KNOW
To get the most out of your visit, it is recommended you visit the Park Health Facility, located just inside the park, any of the Guest Services Team Members can direct you there. One of the key roles of the team is to assist you to plan your day on an individual basis, and determine which attractions can be undertaken safely.
Many of the shows and main street entertainment have areas reserved for guests with disabilities. There are specific boarding requirements and accommodations for those using wheelchairs at most attractions. All shopping and dining facilities are wheelchair accessible via ramps.
For any assistance please contact our friendly Guest Services team prior to your visit on (07) 55881111
YOU WILL FIND…
- accessible car parking
- acceptance of concession and companion cards
- accessible bathrooms
- an aquatic wheelchair for use in White Water World, but note most slides are accessed via steps
- service dogs welcome
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