Dreamworld Corroboree - Intro
Experience the Legends of Dreamtime

Queensland Reconciliation Awards


Townsville, Australia – Yugambeh Museum and Dreamworld are honored to be awarded the 2014 Premier’s Reconciliation Award... Click here to read more

An Australian theme park first, DREAMWORLD CORROBOREE is an interactive walk-through experience celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, wildlife and stories. As guests make their way through CORROBOREE, they will learn about traditional stories associated with key animal exhibits and have the opportunity to try hands-on activities including fire making, weapon throwing and music making.

The central focal point of DREAMWORLD CORROBOREE is a replicated ‘humpy’ called the Corroboree Theatre featuring a film produced by renowned Aboriginal artist David Hudson especially for Dreamworld. Titled “Creation of the Gold Coast” this film is a narrated feature about the local Yugambeh people’s story. Also inside the Corroboree Theatre will be a digital dot painting activity, artwork and a map of the Indigenous tribe boundaries throughout Australia.

Throughout DREAMWORLD CORROBOREE Australia’s unique and beautiful wildlife is immortalised in commissioned Indigenous artwork that is showcased throughout the area as part of the experience and storytelling.

Seven years in the making, DREAMWORLD CORROBOREE has been created with invaluable assistance and approval from members of many Indigenous language groups and peoples including:

  • Kamilaroi mob of South-Western Queensland
  • Savannah Ewamian, Western Yalanji, Mamu Ngadjon and Rainforest Peoples of Northern Queensland
  • Nyikina people of the Kimberley region
  • Kooma mob of Western Queensland
  • Moon-Bird people of Tasmania
  • People of the Torres Strait Islands
  • Yugambeh language group of the Gold Coast and surrounds.

Operating Times:*
Weekdays (Mon - Fri): 10:00am - 4:40pm
Weekends (Sat - Sun): 10:00am - 4.30pm
*Operating hours subject to change without notice pending weather conditions. Operating times may vary during off-peak seasons.