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Dreamworld

Theme Park Guy Rating: 2.52.52.5
Date Visited:
March 07, 2009 / February 21, 2010
Website: www.dreamworld.com.au
Location: View on map

Review

Crunch, munch, snuffle! Feeding kangaroos is my overriding memory of this friendly, green, Australian theme park classic close to Brisbane.

Dreamworld's ride highlights include a scream-inducing launch roller coaster called 'Tower of Terror', a huge drop tower, a wild-west-themed flume ride and a state-of-the-art motorcycle coaster - it's a solid theme park!

However, given that there are 6 billion people on Earth and only 20 million get to hang out with kangaroos regularly, The non-aussie Theme Park Guy had a hard time focusing on the coasters. Crunch, munch...


Dreamworld Australia, with WhiteWater World water park in the foreground Dreamworld Australia, with WhiteWater World water park in the foreground

Dreamworld entrance Dreamworld entrance

Dreamworld street setting Dreamworld street setting

Dreamworld aerial view Dreamworld aerial view

This machine (and the noise it produces) is an eye-catcher This machine (and the noise it produces) is an eye-catcher

It's called the Tower of Terror It's called the Tower of Terror

Tower of Terror coaster in action Tower of Terror coaster in action

Soaring vertically, then plummeting backwards Soaring vertically, then plummeting backwards

Dreamworld river rafting ride Dreamworld river rafting ride

Giant bubbles. Don't fall into this pool! Giant bubbles. Don't fall into this pool!

Aerial view of Dreamworld's zoo area Aerial view of Dreamworld's zoo area

This croc's eyes say 'I really want to bite. Really.' This croc's eyes say 'I really want to bite. Really.'

Charming joke Charming joke

This car is a playground for... This car is a playground for...

...kangaroos! ...kangaroos!

Mouse Kenny has a soft spot for Asian women Mouse Kenny has a soft spot for Asian women

Dreamworld Australia Dreamworld Australia

Dreamworld bird's-eye view Dreamworld bird's-eye view