Experience fun for the whole family with one-day entry into Dreamworld. You'll enjoy more than 40 rides and attractions including the park’s famous Big 8 Thrill Rides, Wiggles World, the all new DreamWorks Experience. Don't miss the exciting live shows, a host of characters plus more than 500 native Australian animals, there is something for everyone at Dreamworld!
- One day admission to Dreamworld Theme Park, the ultimate action packed adventure for the whole family
- Big thrill rides including Pandamonium, Tower of Terror 2, The Claw and the bone chilling BuzzSaw
- Kid friendly rides at Wiggle World
- Come face to face with rare Bengal tigers at Tiger Island
- Experience the legends of Dreamtime and meet over 800 native wildlife at Dreamworld Corroboree
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What You Can Expect
Take a walk on the wild side as you come face to face with rare Bengal tigers at Tiger Island, home to 15 tigers, including nine Bengal and six Sumatran tigers plus two cougars.
Visit Dreamworld Corroboree, where you can cuddle a koala, pat a kangaroo, feed a crocodile. Learn about life on the land at the Australian Sheep Shearing Show, and enjoy the legends of Dreamtime with interactive indigenous experiences
Upgrade to a world pass that combines DreamWorld and WhiteWater World and enjoy savings of up to 25%
For thrills this big, there's nowhere like Dreamworld. Ride the most spine-tingling, knee-knocking scream machines in Australia - we're not joking when we say they'll get your heart pumping.
Your centre of gravity is flipped as you’re dangled upside-down 15 storeys in the air before the ride car free-falls through a 360 degree heart roll, plummeting down a final vertical drop at speeds of up to 105km per hour.
There's no escaping ... you'll be scared to shreds! Need to sink your talons into some real thrill ride terror? The Claw is here and it's tearing through Dreamworld. The first of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, The Claw is the most powerful pendulum on the planet.
Cyclone is one of the tallest high-speed gravity rollercoasters in the Southern Hemisphere. It's 13 storeys and 1000 tonnes of high-speed, heart-thumping twists with a hair-raising 360-degree loop and screaming sidewinder.
Tower of Terror 2
Think White-Knuckle, Face-Lifting, Breath-Taking Speed ... and you're half way there! The Tower of Terror is one of the fastest rides in the world. The Tower's electro-magnetically powered 'Escape Pod' accelerates its passengers to a massive 160 kph in seven seconds before it climbs to almost 38 storeys high. Then there's the tummy losing free-fall back to earth before hurtling into to the safety of the station.
The Wipeout is framed by a giant crashing wave, shipwreck, palms, sand, shark and ocean which, sets the scene for the turbulent ride ahead. It is the mother of all tidal waves and you're strapped in the middle without a life line.
The Giant Drop is the tallest free-falling ride in the world according to the Guiness Book of World Records.
Within seconds you're plummeting 120 meters at terminal speed. It's the closest thing to sky diving, well almost!
Mick Doohan's Motocoaster
Mick Doohan's Motocoaster is a motorbike rollercoaster, the first of its kind in Australia. The life-size 500cc motorbikes launch from the starting line in excess of 20 metres per second and reach speeds of just over 72 km per hour. The 605 metre, tight track is made up of 18 banks, bends and turns with plenty of open throttle. Experience the rush of motorbike racing on the maddest track in the county, only at Dreamworld.
WhiteWater World Rides:
Plummet feet first down the translucent pipe and barrel through Australia’s only human half coil. At the splash down pool the Aussie Cossie braking system kicks in and the fast tug on cheeks gives “rise” to the slide’s bold name!
Ride on specially designed sled mats and go head first into a maze of thrilling twists and turns reaching speeds of around 50 kilometres per hour. This innovative ride turns friend into foe as riders go head to head on a competitive, high speed race to glory.
The Green Room
Riders are thrown into the upper hemisphere, off back-to-back “vertical” banks before a needle-nose splashdown that will give the most hardened of thrill seekers the chills.
Launch from the 16 metre tower into 12 metres of pitch black terror before blasting into a massive bowl of WhiteWater’s best. After the massive whirlpool of high speed revolutions, riders are sucked into the corkscrew core, blasted through a huge curtain of water to experience a momentary weightlessness before launching into the plunge pool below.
Rides are subject to change