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Dreamworld

Coomera, Gold Coast Area

Australia's biggest theme park, Dreamworld is bursting with happiness boasting over 50 rides and attractions to suit everyone from toddlers to thrill seekers and beyond. Famous for having the highest, fastest and most impressive rides in the country, Dreamworld is home to the BIG 9 Thrill Rides including Tail Spin, where the controls are in your hands.

Families will enjoy time with their little ones in the new ABC Kids World featuring Giggle and Hoot, The Wiggles, Play School and Bananas in Pyjamas. Plus there's the DreamWorks Experience featuring lands including Madagascar Madness, Shrek's Faire Faire Away and Kung Fu Panda: Land of Awesomeness. Filled to the brim with famous characters, adventure rides, live shows and entertaining attractions perfect for the whole family. And guest's old and young all love to step back in time at Gold Rush Country where classic family rides Thunder River Rapids, Rocky Hollow Log Ride and AVIS Vintage Cars are a great experience for everyone to share.

Encounter majestic Tigers and observe these beautiful animals as they play, wrestle and swim at Tiger Island. Then meet native wildlife and experience the world through indigenous eyes at Dreamworld Corroboree. Make it a Holiday to Remember!

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Adult $109.00 1 July 2014 – 30 June 2016 Adult - 7 Day Holiday World Pass (Unlimited entry to Dreamworld, WhiteWater World and SkyPoint Observation Deck over 7 consecutive days).
Adult $100.00 1 July 2014 – 30 June 2016 Adult - One Day Admission to Dreamworld plus WhiteWater World.
Adult $115.00 1 July 2014 – 30 June 2016 Adult - 21 Day Holiday World Pass (Unlimited access over 21 consecutive days between Dreamworld, WhiteWater World and SkyPoint Observation Deck).
Child $105.00 1 July 2014 – 30 June 2016 Child - 21 Day Holiday World Pass (Unlimited access over 21 consecutive days between Dreamworld, WhiteWater World and SkyPoint Observation Deck).
Child $99.00 1 July 2014 – 30 June 2016 Child - 7 Day Holiday World Pass (Unlimited entry to Dreamworld, WhiteWater World and SkyPoint Observation Deck over 7 consecutive days).
Child $90.00 1 July 2014 – 30 June 2016 Child - One Day Admission to Dreamworld plus WhiteWater World.
Concession $105.00 1 July 2014 – 30 June 2016 Pensioners/Seniors - 21 Day Holiday World Pass (Unlimited entry over 21 consecutive days between Dreamworld WhiteWater World and SkyPoint Observation Deck).
Concession $99.00 1 July 2014 – 30 June 2016 Pensioners/Seniors - 7 Day Holiday World Pass (Unlimited entry to Dreamworld, WhiteWater World and SkyPoint Observation Deck over 7 consecutive days).
Concession $90.00 1 July 2014 – 30 June 2016 Pensioners/Seniors - One Day Admission to Dreamworld plus WhiteWater World.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Open Times

Refer to web site for current opening times. Closed Christmas Day and Anzac Day. Hours may be extended during Summer and School Holidays.

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Child Activities
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Lockers
  • Public Telephone

Other Information

Accessibility:

There is access for guests with a disability.

Children:

Dreamworld specifically caters for children of all ages. Facilities include parenting rooms, shaded eating and play areas and strollers for hire.
Dreamworld Parkway
Coomera, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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Gold Coast Seaway Dive Site

Southport, Gold Coast Area
Free Entry
The Gold Coast Seaway offers diving for the beginner to advanced. There are two pipes that protrude from the Southern Seaway wall. This dive site is divided into four main areas: South Wall (including the Sand Bypass Pipe and the Short Pipe) - great marine biodiversity; North Wall - schools of pelagic fish, wobbegong and whaler sharks; South-West Wall - beach entry and home to little critters; Wave Break Island - excellent for snorkelling, intro and learn to dive.

Pine Ridge Conservation Park

Runaway Bay, Gold Coast Area
Free Entry
Pine Ridge Conservation Park protects one of the last remaining wallum banksia stands on the Gold Coast. In this small, virtually untouched park is culturally important to the Kombumerri-Ngarangwal people. Escape the city's hustle and bustle on a stroll or cycle along bitumen boundary tracks; or walk the sandy, centre track. See the park's varied plant-life, including tall bloodwood trees, heath and paperbark swamps. Enjoy the flush of wildflowers in late winter and spring, especially after good autumn rains. Remember the binoculars for watching wildlife. Camping is not allowed in the park, but a picnic area is available for those wanting to enjoy a whole day out.

The Scottish Prince Dive Site

Southport, Gold Coast Area
Free Entry
The hull of The Scottish Prince lies in 10 metres of water near the Southport Spit providing a fascinating wreck dive on the Gold Coast. In 1887, "The Scottish Prince", a 3 steel-masted iron barque 64 metres long, sank as she was sailing from Glasgow, Scotland to Brisbane with a cargo of whiskey, mousetraps, linen and other assorted cargo. Only the hull remains and is covered with soft corals and sponges, and is a haven for crayfish, Shovelnose rays, Leopard and wobbegong sharks, and other tropical fish. The wreck is protected under the Commonwealth Historic Shipwreck Act.

The Seaway Dive Site

Southport, Gold Coast Area
Free Entry
The Seaway is the most popular shore diving site in Queensland, and is found at the mouth of the Nerang River at Southport. There are several different areas that can be dived at The Seaway, with the Short Pipe and Sand Pipe area the most popular, and the easiest to access. In depths to 15 metres divers will be amazed at the variety and amount of fish life found at this site - schools of trevally, mulloway, gropers, moray eels, turtles, stingrays, wobbegongs, stonefish, scorpionfish and a host of tropical fish species. A feature of The Seaway are all the unusual species that can be seen, including sea horses, cuttlefish, pineapplefish, nudibranchs, dragonets, anglerfish, velvetfish and pipefish.

Scottish Prince Dive Site

Southport, Gold Coast Area
Free Entry
The Scottish Prince, 800 metres off the Gold Coast's Southport Spit, features the wreck of a three steel-masted, 64 metre iron barque ship. The Scottish Prince sank as it was sailing from Glasgow, Scotland to Brisbane with a cargo of whiskey, mousetraps, linen and other assorted cargo, with only the hull of the ship remaining. These days, the Scottish Prince is covered in soft corals and sponges, making it a haven for crayfish, shovelnose rays, brown-banded catsharks and wobbegong sharks, and other tropical fish. There isn't much access to the inside of the wreck, however a variety of marine life will pop their heads out to say hello. The Scottish Prince is protected under the Commonwealth Historic Shipwreck Act, so make sure you take nothing but photos and memories.

Sunday Jazz Lunch Cruise

Main Beach, Gold Coast Area
Cruise aboard the "Voyager' where your taste buds will be treated to a feast for the senses! Indulge in a sensational seafood and international buffet, whilst enjoying the smooth sounds of "Sitory Groove" jazz band featuring the fabulous Peter Tuitama. Enjoy a refreshing beverage and take in the views over two magnificent decks whilst they leisurely travel on the glittering Broadwater. Delicious dishes include chicken satay skewers, antipasto platters, Moroccan style bean rice, honey glazed roast ham, plus a Seafood Fantasy of the fresh prawns, spanner crab, calamari and salmon just to name a few. Includes two to two and a half hour day cruise on the glittering Broadwater, their famous seafood and international buffet featuring flavours from around the world, live jazz band and dance floor.

Runaway Bay

Runaway Bay, Gold Coast Area
Escape enthusiasts will adore Runaway Bay and not just for the name. Bracketed by South Stradbroke Island to the east and a colourful canal system to the west, it's simple to see why this northern Gold Coast suburb was originally better known as Angler's Paradise. For it's a fishing feast galore here where you can opt for deep sea reef and game fishing, or select the more sedate option of dropping your line in a calm water estuary. The waterways around here are known for their local snapper, kingfish, pearl perch, tuna, wahoo or mackerel or if you venture out deeper, you might just bag yourself a marlin or sailfish. In the early 1970s, this parcel of land was transformed into the more upmarket Runaway Bay, but the laid-back vibe remains. These days, there's a local marina packed with luxury yachts and cruises and also plenty of options through which to explore the local waterways though houseboat hire. You don't need the big bucks either as there's plenty of budget options. Landlubbers will enjoy the Runaway Bay Shopping Centre, while sports enthusiasts will be drawn to the aquatic and sports centres nearby. All up, it sounds like the perfect escape.

Hope Island

Hope Island, Gold Coast Area
You would expect anticipation to be fairly high when travelling to a place called Hope Island and this destination doesn't disappoint. But rather than being named after the positive emotion, it actually borrowed its name from a colonial aristocrat Captain Louis Hope who was granted land at the mouth of the Coomera River in recognition of his sugar industry contributions. These days, Hope Island flourishes with its gated community The Hope Island Resort. Nearby, Hope Island's more laid-back neighbour Jacobs Well was actually named after its freshwater waterhole which has been luring thirsty travellers since the mid 1800s. A quiet fishing village which sits near the mouth of the Pimpama River, it is considered the gateway to southern Moreton Bay and is just a short boat ride away from the Gold Coast Broadwater and Southport. But with waters teeming with flathead, whiting, tailor and bream, and no bridges in this coastal channel, this place is all about the fishing which is enough to bring hope to the heart of any ardent angler.

Biggera Waters

Biggera Waters, Gold Coast Area
Beautiful Biggera Creek lent this suburb its name which is famous for its heritage-listed "land's end" site, but there is nothing final about a visit here. Those searching for a sedate spot in the northern part of the coast will adore a trip here, opposite the bustling Broadwater and the sizzling Gold Coast Spit and across from Wavebreak Island. One of the best ways to explore Biggera Waters is to hire a boat and travel around the creeks, estuaries and islands for which this part of the Gold Coast is best known. There's plenty of fishing spots among hidden channels, mangroves, rock walls and creek mouths. Or, if you prefer your fish already caught, enjoy the cafes and restaurants which are springing up along this sunny spot. Wander along the waterfront promenade and select from a wide-range of accommodation from luxury resorts, apartments, motels, self-contained units, caravanning and camping. Snatch a spot of shopping at popular Harbour Town, a destination within itself and home to discount designer fashion, homewares and accessory stores. It may have once been known as land's end, but here, it's really just the beginning.

Coomera

Coomera, Gold Coast Area
Local Aborigines named this suburb after a fern but these days it could easy be named after fun for you have now entered theme park heaven for which the Gold Coast is renowned. All the big names in entertainment are here including Dreamworld and WhiteWater World, Wet'n'Wild, Warner Bros. Movie World and the Australian Outback Spectacular. Enjoy adrenalin-pumping rides, gravity-defying rollercoasters, hair-raising water slides, stunt performances and exotic animals from around the world. Take a go-kart ride on a nearby track, jump in a scenic helicopter ride or kayak down the Coomera River. Away from all the adrenalin, the river is a perfect place to escape and houseboats for hire offer a different glimpse of the Gold Coast's waterways. The fishing here is superb too and you can catch mangrove jack, flathead, bream or trevally. Those with some spare cash or just some big dreams will love wandering around Coomera's Gold Coast Marina - the largest in the southern hemisphere. Super yachts, super fun. Yep, that's Coomera.
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