Keeping you up to date with all the latest from Dreamworld and WhiteWater World
Wearing Masks at Dreamworld & WhiteWater World
Queensland Health recommends all guests carry a mask on them and wear it when they cannot physically distance, particularly indoors. We support & encourage all team members and guests who may wish to continue wearing masks.
See more information on the Queensland Health website here.
New-Look Dreamworld Express is approaching Central Station!
We're looking forward to calling "All Aboard! on our brand new carriages, improved locomotive, refurbished Central Station and amended track so guests can enjoy the nostalgia of a scenic trip around Dreamworld for many years to come!Learn More
WhiteWater World closed for the cooler months.
WhiteWater World is now a seasonal park, so you can enjoy making sunny new memories throughout the warmer months of the year.View Opening Hours
What to expect when you next visit
Frequently Asked Questions
Are Dreamworld and WhiteWater World now open?
Yes, check out our Opening Hours for more information.
Am I at risk of contracting COVID-19 if I attend Dreamworld or WhiteWater World?
The Australian Health Protection Principal Committee have identified that vulnerable people (people 70 years and over, people 65 years and over with chronic medical conditions, all people with compromised immune systems and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people over the age of 50 with chronic medical conditions) are at a greater risk of more serious illness if they are infected with COVID-19. Guests should evaluate their risk in determining whether to visit. People who show no symptoms can spread COVID-19 if they are infected, and we cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed during your visit.
Am I required to wear a mask when I visit?
In accordance with Health advice, everyone is encouraged to carry and wear a mask when physical distancing is not possible.
Masks may be mandated from time to time by Queensland Health. Please see the information at the top of this page for the most recent advice.
Can I still hire a wheelchair or stroller?
Yes, guests are welcome to hire a wheelchair or stroller for their visit. Wheelchairs and strollers are disinfected after each use.
Is a reservation necessary to visit the park?
No, a reservation is not required to visit Dreamworld.
Can I get photos and do meet and greets with characters?
Guests continue to have the opportunity to see some of their favourite characters during their visit. Please follow the direction of our team members for any physical distancing measures which may be required from time to time on advice of Queensland Health.
Are pass out stamps available if I wish to exit the park temporarily and return on the same day?
To reduce contact between guests and team members, pass out stamps will be unavailable. Guests are required to retain their entry ticket or Pass and present it at the ticket booths or turnstiles for re-entry.
Why has WhiteWater World become seasonal and when will it be open?
Based on low demand in the cooler months WhiteWater World is becoming a seasonal water park. WhiteWater World will operate from early September until the Easter school holidays annually where demand (and warmer weather!) allow us to swing open the gates. This will be a great opportunity for our team to carry out a lot of our scheduled maintenance throughout our winter closure.
We encourage you to be kind to one another and have patience with our team and other guests. Please report any health, safety, or cleanliness concerns to a team member so they can be addressed immediately.