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Dreamworld Tickets

Start planning your day out at Australia’s biggest theme park with our great deals on Dreamworld tickets. With rides, shows and entertainment for all ages, plus access to the WhiteWater World water park and ABC Kids World, it’s one of Gold Coast’s best attractions. Buy tickets in advance and save.
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Where to buy Dreamworld tickets?

You can buy Dreamworld tickets online in advance with Adrenaline. We have ticket deals for the Gold Coast’s best theme parks and attractions, so book ahead to save time and money and get ready to have some fun. 


How much are Dreamworld tickets?

Check the site for all the latest Dreamworld ticket deals and prices. Typically, a one-day adult ticket is priced around $99, while Dreamworld child tickets are $89. Families of two adults and two children can save on the cost of Dreamworld tickets with family entry for $340. These give you access to Dreamworld and the connected WhiteWater World. 

If you’re planning a longer visit, the three-day ticket offers great value for money. It gives you unlimited access to Dreamworld and WhiteWater World, plus a visit to the Gold Coast’s highest attraction – SkyPoint Observation Deck. These are $109 for adults, $99 for children and $360 for family entry. So, for just a small extra cost on top on the single day Dreamworld ticket you can also enjoy the incredible views from 230-metres up on the incredible beachside Skypoint Observation Deck. On a fine day you can see as far as Byron Bay, so don’t forget your camera for some breathtaking photos. 

What time does Dreamworld open?

Dreamworld opening hours are 10am to 5pm, seven days a week. The popular Gold Coast adventure park is open every day except Christmas Day and ANZAC Day. These hours and the attractions offered are subject to change without notice in the event of poor weather or other circumstances. 

Where is Dreamworld?

Dreamworld is located at Exit 54 on the Pacific Highway in Coomera, Gold Coast. This is the northern part of Gold Coast in South East Queensland, Australia. Visitors to the Gold Coast from interstate or overseas can reach the region via Gold Coast or Brisbane international and domestic airports. 

What to do at Dreamworld?

Dreamworld is Australia’s biggest theme park, so as you’d expect it really has something to please everyone. Families love Sky Voyager, which makes use of a combination of state-of-the-art technology and special effects to transport you to some of Australia’s most spectacular sights. Other family-friendly attractions include Dreamworld Express, Escape from Madagascar, Shockwave and Rocky Hollow Log Ride. 

If it’s an adrenaline rush you want, there are plenty of thrill rides to help make it happen. Don’t miss Buzzsaw, The Giant Drop, The Claw, Pandamonium, Hot Wheels Sidewinder to name just a few. Little ones will love ABD Kids World and rides like the Big Red Boat Ride, Shrek’s Ogre-Go-Round, Puss in Boots Sword Swing and Dorothy’s Rosy Tea Cup Ride. 

All those thrills and spills make it important to keep your energy levels up. Thankfully, you’ll find plenty of places to eat and drink at the park, with everything from burgers and pizzas to noodles and buffet-style dining. You’ll also find a range of shops to choose from onsite, selling a variety of souvenirs, merchandise and accessories.  

And, don’t forget, you’ll also have chance to make a splash at the awesome WhiteWater World water park, so be sure to pack your swimmers and a towel! With so much to see and do, those with the time to do so can make the most of their time at the park with the three day ticket. 


How far is Dreamworld from Surfers Paradise?

Dreamworld is approximately 20km north of Surfers Paradise, making it just a short drive of around 25 minutes for those planning to travel by car. It’s also possible to access the park by public transport, including the TX7 theme park bus service. You can plan your journey and check timetables using TransLink.
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