About Dreamworld, Coomera
Dreamworld, Coomera - Address, Phone Number
Address: Dreamworld Parkway, Coomera, Queensland4209, Australia
Time Required: 05:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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Dreamworld is the biggest and most popular theme park of Australia. The park features over 40 exciting rides, live shows, Tiger Island, a little zoo that is home to about 500 Australian animals and more. The rides you can look forward to include; DreamWorks experience, Wiggles world, eight big thrill rides and a lot more. You won't be able to figure how you've come to the end of your day here. A heap of fun awaits you at Dreamworld, Coomera.
- Tickets solely depend on availability.
- Book in advance.
- Ticket money is not refundable.
- Kids under the age of 13 should be accompanied with an adult.
- Combined tickets for Dreamwold and WhiteWater World are available.
Dreamworld Ticket Prices
- Visit the official website for ticket prices.
Dreamworld Opening and Closing Hours
- Monday to Friday: Office Hours 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
- Closed on Christmas Day-December 25 and opens at 1:00 pm on Anzac Day-April 25
How To reach Dreamworld by Public Transport
- Train: Coomera Train Station
- Bus: Dreamworld Bus Station
- Foxwell Rd at Foxwell Road Bus Station.
- Reserve Rd at Dreamtime Zone Bus Station.
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Dreamworld, Coomera Reviews - Write a Review
I had an excellent day at Dreamworld on Sunday. I've been to theme parks all around the world and the staff were honestly world class. Everybody I saw and spoke to was passionate about their job and seemed genuinely interested in my day and experiences. A huge shout out to guest services who managed to even track down my lost prescription sunglasses! Keep it up Dreamworld.
Great place to take your family or for just going by yourself. Food is a rip off. If your over 6ft4 good luck trying to go on any rides. They need to make more rides for tall people.
For my kids aged 10 and 6, it was a fun day out. It wasn't crowded much and wait times were minimal, except for a few rides like the "Tower of Terror". Tiger show was good and I was able to snap one tiger up close in it's enclosure. Remember to ask 10% discount at the restaurants if you have season passes or RACV/RACQ/NRMA membership cards, they don't always ask.
Surprisingly, considering their core business is people, some 'ride' attendants, especially some female attendants, were quite rude and condescending to guests. We also overheard the female attendant on the 'hot wheels rollercoaster', complaining to her male counterpart that there was an 'error' or 'danger' light flashing, and the ride controls wouldn't work properly. He suggested not starting the ride, and getting the technicians to check it, she laughed and said "who cares, it's nearly the end of our shift!" She then started the rollercoaster, after a delay and several attempts. Much to the concern of people strapped into the seats already, who could hear their talking. It happened again next ride, danger light flashing, rollercoaster wouldn't start properly. The male attendant again asked her to cancel the ride, and get it checked by technicians, she got quite angry and refused. Eventually she said "I don't want to talk to these people, you tell them yourself"! So the male attendant told everyone to get off the ride, as it needed to be checked by technicians. Quite amazing, considering people died at Dreamworld quite recently on one of the attractions.....!
Food can be on the expensive side. Just doesn't have the same vibrancy it used to. No longer has the steamboat ride down the river that I loved so much as a child. Feels like a large part of the park has been neglected. Okay, not neglected... just not retained to its former glory.