Dreamworld Guide & Review – Australia’s greatest one-stop experience
If there’s one thing Dreamworld, Australia’s largest theme park does well, it’s that you can get a taste of many, many things in a single day without needing a travel itinerary of busses, trains and tickets to make it possible. Seriously, within a few minutes walk you have access to a diverse range of Australian wildlife, waterslides, thrill rides, shows, tigers, beers, bacon, you name it, if it’s fun, it’s probably there. This is Dreamworld’s biggest strength, and why, if you’re struggling for time on your holiday, you should go for Dreamworld, there’s more than enough for two full days worth of experiences at the park for you to checkout, should you want to check off everything the park has to offer on your list.
Never been on Tower of Terror II before? This is what’s in store for you.
Never been on Sidewinder? You’re in luck.
Frankly, Dreamworld’s a tough destination to fault. The staff at the park are relentlessly helpful, happy & incredible and the offering is very well rounded. Naturally, we’ve glossed over the kids rides on this trip and a few other things, but by all means, even with a family of little ones, the park has everything from ABC Kids World to Dreamworks to keep everyone thoroughly entertained.