DreamWorld on the Gold Coast.


Cougar at dreamworld
Oil Painting by Kitty Jellinek of “Inca” a Cougar at DreamWorld.
Inviting you to come and Dream at DreamWorld.

Experience all that this theme park has to offer. Did you know about the Cougars at the park? There has been a lot of publicity about the White Tigers at DreamWorld but many visitors did not know about the charming pair of female Cougers at DreamWorld.

Cougars are also known as “mountain Lions” or “Pumas”. Inca pictured above and her sister Sierra arrived at DreamWorld when they were just  three weeks old.
Nine years on and they still call Tiger island home.
Tiger Island is the place within DreamWorld where you can watch the tigers wrestle and swim with their handlers every day.

DreamWorld supports one of the largest native wildlife parks in South East Queensland, with more than 800 native animals.

Sponsor your favourite animal through the DreamWorld’s “Adopt an animal program”. This will enable you to directly contribute to saving some of the most critically endangered animals on earth.

Book Your Discount Tickets Online 
Discover the ease and convenience of printing your theme park tickets at home with Dreamworld and WhiteWater World E-Ticket. By purchasing your tickets online you also gain access to the “e-ticket” express gate on arrival at the parks.
Gift certificates are also available.
bathing tiger
Oil painting by Kitty Jellinek of  “Tiger bathing”

So many worlds in one, Dreamworld is the ultimate, action-packed adventure for the whole family.
Feeling brave? Test your ticker on The Big 5 Thrill Rides including Giant Drop, Towerof Terror, Cyclone Rollercoaster, Wipeout and The Claw.
Soak up the fun with Spongebob Squarepants at the coolest kid’s zone in the world.

Nick Central is bursting with 16 rides and attractions and all your favourite Nickelodeon Characters.
Ride in the Big Red Car, sail on the S.S. Feathersword and meet The Wiggles Friends every day at the world’s first Wiggles World.

Come face to face with rare Bengal tigers at Tiger Island and take a walk on the wild side at The Australian Wildlife Experience, home to over 800 native animals and birds.
Ride the reality wave and check out all the live television action at the official home of Big Brother, filmed and produced at Dreamworld
Or carve a name for yourself as Dreamworld pitches surf against snow and sleet in the ultimate battle of the boards. Rip up the ranks and check out Australia’s first and only FlowRider. Five bucks, 15 people, 30 minutes of glory. See how long you last as the ultimate fusion of board sports goes off down under.

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