The One-Page Superguide to Dreamworld

Dreamworld is the Gold Coast’s largest theme park encompassing thrill rides, native attractions, family fun, shows, and much much more. In this one-page super-guide, I’ll walk through all the must-know points about this mega-fun destination.

 

 

Dreamworld Rides

The star attractions are the action thrill rides which include

  • Steel Taipan – Australia’s only triple launch coaster
  • Tail Spin – Pilot your own mini plane
  • The Giant Drop – opens 2023
  • The Claw – The most powerful pendulum on the planet
  • The Gold Coaster – 13-stories of heart thumping high-speed fun
  • Pandamonium – Hard Style or Soft Style – Pick your thrill
  • Motocoaster – Experience the rush of motorcycle racing

Family rides include

  • Vintage Cars – Take a road trip in 1920s vintage Ford replicas
  • Dreamworld Express – All aboard for a scenic trip around the park
  • Escape from Madagascar – The wildest family rollercoaster around
  • Shockwave – 360 degree spins of fun
  • Skadoosh Bumper Cars – Family fun at its bumper best
  • Gingy’s Gliders – Enjoy a fun, flying time
  • Mad Jungle Jam – Have a BALL in Mad Jungle Jam
  • Dorothy’s Rosy Tea Cup Ride – It’s the wiggliest, giggliest tea party in the world
  • Big Red Boat – Enjoy a Wiggly boating adventure
  • Play School Wheel – Take a spin in the cutest ferris wheel in the world
  • Dronkey Flyers – Take to the skies on the back of a dronkey
  • Shrek’s Ogre-Go-Round – Jump on board this wheel of fun
  • Puss in Boots Sword Swing – Spin through the air on a quest for adventure
  • Bananas in Pyjamas Fun Maze

Wildlife at Dreamwork

You can take the Native Wildlife Walkthrough through Australia’s rich natural ecosystems including rainforest, woodlands, wetlands, and arid featuring an array of native wildlife. There are also daily presentations including

  • Tiger Presentation daily at 12
  • Crocodile Talk daily at 1.30
  • Wildlife Talk daily at 2.15

Daily Shows

  • Wiggly Friends Show at 10.50
  • Madagascar Live Show at 12.50
  • Jukebox Rock’n’Roll Show at 1.40

Other attractions

There is now a Lego Store, and of course, not to forget the attached WhiteWater World which is a theme park in its own right.

 

Rides and Attractions Gallery

Dreamworld Prices

You can buy tickets online at https://shop.dreamworld.com.au/Tickets. Very occasionally, Dreamworld offers some superb specials, for that keep an eye on their Facebook page at fb.com/dreamworld/. The hot tip for discounted tickets to DreamWorld is to visit Klook.com and check their latest offers.

 

TicketOffersPrice
1 DAY TICKETSingle-day entry to Dreamworldfrom $89
ANNUAL PASSUnlimited entry to Dreamworld, WhiteWater World, and SkyPoint Observation Deck for 12 months from first visit.from $ 169
1 DAY TICKET – 2 PARKS1 day entry to Dreamworld and WhiteWater World.from $ 139
3 DAY TICKETThe 3 Day Ticket allows access to Dreamworld and SkyPoint Observation Deck for 3 days within 7 days from your first visit plus seasonal entry to WhiteWater Worldfrom $ 149
Local Annual PassThree options are available for those who live in Queensland (4000 – 4999) or Northern NSW (2450-2490)from $109

 

Dreamworld Fast Pass

 

TicketOffersPrice
RIDE EXPRESSreduce your time in linefrom $24.95

 

Food and Drinks at Dreamworld

Food and drink are not cheap, for drinks, think at least $4 and up, for a combo meal, think $14 and up.  On the upside, the coffee/food offerings are of a pretty high standard for theme park fare. While food and drink are not allowed to be brought into the park you can get a “pass out” and eat on the grassed area near the entrance or by the Marketplace, although that’ll probably waste a lot of time and energy. You can also order pre-order food online for pick up at Food Central or Kenny’s Fried Chicken, which saves a bunch of time, see here

The main food stations in Dreamworld:

  • Food Central
  • Kenny’s Fried Chicken
  • Green Bean Coffee Company
  • The Sandwich Shop
  • Barrels Burger Bar

 

Moonlight Nightmarket

Operating every Friday & Saturday night from 5pm-9pm inside Dreamworld, the Moonlight Nightmarket features 20+ food trucks serving popular street foods and beverages plus live entertainment along with arts and crafts. Entry is $2 for adults, FREE for kids, and FREE for Dreamworld Annual Passholders or anyone visiting Dreamworld during the day who remains in the park.

Getting to Dreamworld

 

Via G:Link Tram: From Surfers Paradise – Take the tram from Cavill Avenue Station to Helensvale Station then take the TX7 bus directly to Dreamworld. Journey time: around 72mins – cost: with Go Card $3.96 Check full rates and schedules via the journey planner at translink.com.au

 

By Car: Take the Pacific Highway towards Coomera and take the Coomera Exit (Exit 54). Follow the signs to Dreamworld. Parking is free.

 

By Shuttle: There are numerous shuttle services that run regular direct services between stops in the central areas out to Dreamworld.

 

By Limousine: They are a lot of limousine companies on the Gold Coast and rates are attractive for personalised luxury service in a corporate car or stretch limousine

  • MyGoldCoastLimo – offers small van, luxury sedan, stretch, and super stretch limo mygoldcoastlimo.com

 

Dreamworld Location Map

Coomera QLD 4209, Australia

 

 

Dreamworld Theme Park Attraction Map

or download PDF here

 

 

Add Your Review







Reviews

Awesome

Rated 4.0 out of 5
November 14, 2022

The family loved it, as did I, the budget however is another matter

Geoff S

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Rated 4.0 out of 5
December 7, 2021

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billionare

Rated 5.0 out of 5
August 17, 2021

very good for billionares and family. combines wildlife and luna park into one amazing heck of a ride.

billionare

Discount please

Rated 2.0 out of 5
December 12, 2019

When rides are not operating there should be a discount or free pass for when they are running. Otherwise, you are just paying $100 to enter a fenced-off area with expensive food for sale

Unhappy Jan

Good family fun for everyone

Rated 4.0 out of 5
December 10, 2019

The family went to Dreamworld (3yo & 5 yo) and we loved that they had a great selection of rides and attractions for toddlers plus the animal exhibits. The little ones loved Wiggle World and Kung Fu Panda. Our kids loved the Big Red Boat, mini ferris wheel, and spinning teacup.

Most of the adult rides were working but some were not so I suggest checking https://www.dreamworld.com.au/en/park-info/maintenance before you go, that page shows which rides are closed and open times for others.

Minus one star for price. Near to 340 is too much for family budgets but regardless, we did it and enjoyed it.

Team Rollins