Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Gold Coast and Brisbane Attraction Pass Including Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
These cards seemed like a good idea but we were a little worried that no spots would be available when we went to book. However, the cards were brilliant and all vendors accepted without any questions. We used the cards a lot for Whale watching, Island Cruise, Currumbim, Jet boating, mini golf, glow worms etc etc.
All vendors accepted without any questions. We did strike a couple of minor issues at Cedar Creek with the cards not being accepted for both the glowworms and the lunch. But the Cedar Creek staff resolved this.
So I would highly recommend these cards. They meant that we did a lot more activities than we would have normally. Overall, good value for money.
All staff were very helpful when we picked up the cards and when using them.
This pass is fantastic. There are so many attractions to choose from we should have bought the 5 entry one. The savings were massive. We did Paradise Jet boating, Currumbin Wildlife and Ripley's Believe it or Not. But there were about 25 things to choose from in Surfers Paradise/Gold Coast and then loads more in Brisbane.
We went to the iventure store in surfers paradise to get our cards. The staff were friendly and helpful and gave us great directions and suggestions.
This was a great experience and I would recommend it, as a way to buy attractions and save loads of money. It's also easy to use when you get to the attractions as well. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!
This will save you a lot! Absolutely worth it! Just make sure you get your iVenture card at the collection point after presenting them this voucher and you are ready to go. You can show this card at the attractions and it is good as paying for a ticket.
All of the tours were great after we finally understood what needed to be done. We had to locate a place that would issue the card. I was e-mailed a list of places to pick up the card. The first place we went had the cards but had no instructions on how to use them. We drove 30 minutes to the next closest place. They had the cards with only a small flyer that described how to use it. No problem, we figured out the things we wanted to do.
When i bought the tickets, there was a long list of things we could do for free. I was really surprised when two of the "free" tours told me i needed to pay a surcharge; $20 each in one case and $10 each in the other. The great deal I thought I had bought was only a good deal..
A little truth in advertising would be a good thing.
Forget about buying the pass. Most of the tour vendors had a problem identifying the card and knowing what to do to accept it. One vendor in particular said her tours were fully booked when we called saying we will use the card. When we went there direct, there were vacancies