Secondary / Tertiary Self Guided Programs
Australian Endangered Species
This is a student-led investigation into the four areas which make up Dreamworld Corroboree:- Rainforest, Woodlands, Wetlands and Arid to support unique and powerful learning experiences. Students will learn that the future of Australia’s animals depends on our compassion and commitment to help them.
Theme Park Physics
Dreamworld offers some of the most thrilling examples of real physics in action! Students can explore centripetal forces, gravity, electricity and magnetism on some of the tallest and fastest thrill rides in the world. Students can even collect data while on the rides by using a smartphone acceleration app inserted in a specially designed Dreamworld Physics Armband. Hire of armbands are $15 for a set of 10 Dreamworld Physics Armbands. Student and Teacher Booklets can be emailed to you from the Dreamworld Education Department.
Education Team Challenge
Students break into teams to complete activities around the park. Teachers are provided with a set of instructions and questions to facilitate a team challenge. This is a great way to encourage all students to work together in teams and show leadership skills.
Maths B (Years 11 – 12)
Discover how to model sections of the Super Tubes HydroCoaster track using mathematical functions, create a model to predict how high a raft will go in The Green Room, investigate periodic functions in the Cave of Waves, discover average and instantaneous rates of change in the Blue Ringed Octopus, and create a mathematical model for how long it takes riders to get sucked into the Rip.
Science at WhiteWater World (Years 6-10)
Students will learn about energy changes as they race through the Super Tubes HydroCoaster, discover the ultimate in scientific innovations at the Cave of Waves, put a new spin on speed in the Blue Ringed Octopus and discover how force and acceleration create thrills in The Rip.
Water Conservation Back of House Tour
Delivered by WhiteWater World
The tour is an exclusive ‘behind the scenes’ look at how WhiteWater World saves water. The tour covers the technology used throughout WhiteWater World including water filtration systems, water saving devices and students get to see how rainwater and other water runoff is collected. The tour also includes a look at how waves are made in the Cave of Waves. There is a renewable energy activity sheet available.
To enquire please call (07) 5588 1184 or email [email protected]