Dreamworld is dialing up the fun now that school’s out for summer! “We’re thrilled to be delivering more happiness, more adventure and more memories for our guests all in one location,” said Dreamworld General Manager of Marketing, Philip Hancox.
Australia’s largest theme park is sending 2018 off with a bang, introducing a plethora of exciting new shows and entertainment, welcoming newborn wildlife to the family, bringing new tastes to The Parkway Patisserie menu and launching its newest ride, Sky Voyager, set to take flight this summer.
The roof is now complete on the first flying theatre in the Southern Hemisphere, marking the nearing of opening day. Construction continues on the $17 million attraction, which will soon deliver a completely new experience within the Australian theme park industry.
A number of new shows are in the works to build on the theatre and entertainment within the theme park this summer. The Dreamtones have two new shows for the summer “Old Time Rock ‘n’ Roll” at the Ice-Cream Parlour and “Motown Live” at Food Central, and a fresh Tap and Hip Hop performance has also launched. The Wiggles kicked off the summer of entertainment at Dreamworld with a special live performance on Friday 14 December and guests will now get to see the brand-new Dorothy the Dinosaur Show in Wiggles World. The popular Bushrangers continue with the Bawd Brothers holding up guests at the Rocky Hollow train stations each day.
A Christmas showcase includes the Hip Hop Elves and an Australiana themed show “Kenny’s Aussie Celebration Parade”.
Within Corroboree, the Badu Pearling Show – a presentation that represents the Indigenous culture and stories, will also be re-choreographed.
In wildlife news, there will soon be a new kangaroo joey hopping around the Corroboree precinct, adorable koala joeys hanging out in the trees with mum and baby bilbies, along with a number of other furry and feathery friends on the way. In the Woolshed area, Dreamworld has welcomed two new woolly family members to the park – one-month-old lambs Molly and Josh. These baby animals will add to the already 500+ strong wildlife family at Dreamworld, which help contribute towards conservation initiatives through the Dreamworld Wildlife Foundation.
For a new dining option, the Parkway Patisserie menu invites guests to experience the taste of Mexico with a new selection of menu options now available for the next 12 months including tacos, nachos and much more.
“This is off the back of our new annual pass launch which will give people unlimited entry to Dreamworld, WhiteWater World and SkyPoint Observation Deck and an annual photo pass. We’re also throwing in an extra month free, on top of the 12 month period, if guests purchase their pass direct from Dreamworld.” continues Hancox.
With unlimited entry to Dreamworld’s water park, WhiteWater World, guests can step next door and cool off as the weather heats up.