Dreamworld Investment Signals New Era for Theme Park

Dreamworld's new rollercoaster concept

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Dreamworld’s 70-million-dollar investment into “new world-class attractions” is set to signal a new era for one of Australia’s favourite theme parks.

  As guests of the theme park celebrated the opening of the highly anticipated 20-million-dollar, Sky Voyager flying theatre attraction, Dreamworld’s Chief Executive, John Osborne has revealed that the Sky Voyager is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Dreamworld’s plans for the future.

Investing in Customer Experiences

Mr Osborne noted that “in a business where success is measured by the smiles on guests’ faces, Dreamworld’s new leadership team has been paying close attention to improving customer experience.” Dreamworld’s overall 70-million-dollar investment will include a state-of-the-art, customer-centric ticketing system for Dreamworld, WhiteWater World and SkyPoint, to start the positive experience for guests as they walk through the doors. Dreamworld’s food and beverage facilities will also receive an upgrade, along with the addition of more entertainment and event areas. Dreamworld noted that “the investment into new rides, attractions and technologies to improve customer experience is key for Dreamworld’s future direction.” Dreamworld’s investment announcement, along with the opening of Sky Voyager, is a fantastic start to the transformation of the iconic theme park.  

A New Rollercoaster

Dreamworld has revealed plans for a new 30-million-dollar rollercoaster, designed and built by one of the world’s most reputable rollercoaster manufacturers – Mack Rides. The new rollercoaster, which is yet to be named, is set to span 1.2 kilometres, include multiple inversions, a stall, reversed twisted halfpipe, and reach a top speed of 105km/hr. Thrill-seeking guests will have the option to take their ride experience to the next level, as the new rollercoaster also features the world’s first separate spinning gondola, which will be attached to the rear of the rollercoaster train.  


Thrill-seekers aren’t the only beneficiaries of Dreamworld’s grand plans. ABC KIDS World, home to The Wiggles, Bananas in Pyjamas, Hoot and Hootabelle, and Play School, will also receive a multi-million-dollar refurbishment.  

WhiteWater World

Dreamworld’s WhiteWater World Waterpark is also receiving a 7 million dollar investment into a new waterslide complex. The complex will be created by Swimplex and Polin Australia, features six new body slides, five unique ‘splashtacular’ experiences and natural light effects. Daniel Leaver from Swimplex commented “body slides are the purest form of waterslide you will experience – it’s just you, the water, and a big splash at the bottom.  


Dreamworld is located just off the Pacific Motorway at Coomera, Queensland, – just 20 minutes south of Brisbane Holiday Village. To get there from Brisbane, follow the signs to the Pacific Motorway and the Gold Coast. Take the Coomera exit (exit 54) and follow the signs to Dreamworld through a few roundabouts.  

Opening Hours

Open 7 days a week, from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm.  


You can purchase General Admission tickets for Dreamworld online, or at the gates of Dreamworld. Alternatively, the staff at Brisbane Holiday Village can purchase tickets on your behalf – just chat with our friendly reception team!
  • All patrons 0-14 must be accompanied by an adult over 18
  • Kids under 3 are free

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  –   The Brisbane Holiday Village Team

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