Dreamworld - TEMPORARILY CLOSED, Coomera
(3.7/5 based on 2,200+ reviews on the web)
As Australia's largest theme park, Dreamworld - TEMPORARILY CLOSED offers over 40 rides--including five roller coasters--a mix of activities, and wildlife exhibits. Check out the Ocean Parade, DreamWorks Experience, and Gold Rush Country attractions. Take a giant plunge from the Tower of Terror II and scream aboard Buzzsaw, the highest inversion ride in the Southern Hemisphere. Enjoy Dreamworks' animations and surf aboard a stationary wave in the FlowRider pool. Wildlife areas contain more than 500 native animals plus Bengal and Sumatran tigers. Plan to visit Dreamworld - TEMPORARILY CLOSED during your Coomera vacation using our convenient Coomera itinerary builder.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We visited dreamworld just days prior to the tragic accident that claimed the lives of 4 people and forever changed the way the park will be. It was an amazing time, however with the park being closed...  more »
  • If you're in Queensland or visiting Australia the theme parks up there are a must! Just be prepared for a whole lot of fun and a whole lot of walking! 
  • took my sister there and we both had a ball. we went off season so the park was heaven with NO CROWDS whats so ever. went on every ride 4-5 time each and it was bliss. a lot of the food vans were clos...  more »
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  • Dreamworld has been a part of my life for 8 years now, my family and I buy passes every year. What happened was a tragedy but this should not mean that dreamworld is a place of horrors. Fate cannot be escaped. I love dreamworld and will continue to support it for many many years. It is a wonderful place and I highly recommend it to all. RIP beautiful souls ❤❤
  • As the slogan says .... Take a One day Holiday - Take a Dreamworld Holiday. A variety of rides from the stomach churner to the placid kiddie ride. Visit the Tigers at Tiger Island, or the animals in the animal park. Lots of souvenirs to buy, so you take back home and be the envy of your friends. Don't forget the camera as you will be popping them photos, and as the day progresses you start feeling peckish ... there are a variety of eateries available, I will not lie yes they can be a little over the top in price. Maybe bring a picnic lunch with you
  • What was once Australia's leading theme park now suffers from a lack of investment in new rides which aren't arriving flat packed. They are going for quantity of rides over quality. All of the theming which made lining up for rides more interesting is now replaced by 12 months old top 40 so it now feels like you are in a cheap pub. On the positive side the their kids rides have great variety and they do have a wildlife park.
  • Unfortunately just heard of the absolute tragic event of the people loosing their lives on the Rapids ride. Had many happy times here and hopefully this event does not define Dreamworld.. as sad as it is for all involved. Will still continue to come here pending a thorough investigation of these events and a reasurrance that everything possible continues to be done to ensure this never happens again.
  • I love it. Recommend the all you can eat buffet at The Billabong well priced for families with big eaters and those that really don't want to lug around bags of food. The ride turn around time is the only thing that lets the experience down.