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the rides were amazing. i was scared senseless on the buzz saw, the claw, shock-wave, tower of terror and a wave one that i thought my days were numbered. the food was typical theme park and the queues were outrageously long. one ride i queued with my daughters for 3/4 of an hour. that is too long. i'm pleased that safety has been looked into because when i was on the buzz saw i'm sure the lap restraint was not enough. overall though it was a good (tiring) day out.
All the theme parks are good but quite expensive so pick the one you really want to see for example the dolphins at sea world or the tigers at dream world or just want to play in the water at wet and wild
Promised the grandkids a trip to Dreamworld. The day cost me close to A$600 for 1 senior, 1 adult, 3 children aged 9, 5 and 3! Mostly Chinese tourists were there who must be getting huge discounts. I was shocked by the entry price of $460 (Even my grandchild aged 3 cost $95 even though she was too small for most rides) and the rest was food and drink which of course was very overpriced. The kids didn’t get anywhere this value though the wet park was a treat being a hot day. I have been many times in previous years but this is my last visit ever!
For obvious reasons safety has become the primary focus which ennecessarily slows down the pace of ride queues. You can see where they’ve put in extra harnesses and it’s just ridiculous. As with Movie World the food is rediculously expensive. If they’re using food to make profits they’re in the wrong business. Take a look at Australia Zoo for best practice in this department. Otherwise lots of rides to keep you entertained but they should keep the water park open longer on a hot day for those who just want to cool down and relax after a hot day in the main park
Love dreamworld! Much prefer this park to the other options as there is so much to do. My kids love the waterpark, we could spend all day there. My only complaint is the lack of dietary options around the park area, for a GF/DF person.
The maintenance schedule since dreamwo rtlds misfortune is obvious. Rides are smoother and the park itself is obviously overhauled. Closure of Major ride attractions during school holiday periods is a major dissapointment though. Some better planning needs to be implemented in that area. We purchased passes for school holidays only to find that 2 of the big 5 rides were closed for maintenance.
Went to white water world in the morning then moved on to dreamworld from lunchtime
Went with my daughter to Seaworld and Dreamworld and White White World. Found Seaworld disappointing on the swim area (pay extra to use but really only swimming or wading for young children). Wildlife is good at Seaworld, love the penguins, polar bears, dolphins and sea life. Would recommend getting pass to both Dreamworld and White Water World especially in Spring/Summer. Rides are great at both theme parks and going next to Movie World And Wet'n'wild.
we arrived at 10am and left at 5 pm,so much to see and do in dreamworld
Purchased a ticket that included dreamworld /water world and sky tower , had a great day at dreamworld/waterworld, just as we got to hot and tired doing dreamworld were revived at water world, cool water and great slides had a lot of fun..
Dreamworld was the best, Seaworld was good, as was Movieworld. Outback Spectacular was average.
We chose which theme parks would work best for us. Dreamworld has many rides AND attractions, where as Movie World has less rides but attractions, shows and shops were the main part we felt.