Park Update

Park Update February 2020

In order to continue Dreamworld’s journey as Australia’s biggest and best theme park, the Dreamworld team has made the decision to retire the Rocky Hollow Log Ride, which opened 38 years ago on 15 December 1981.

 

Dreamworld guests should be assured that this decision to not reopen the ride following its recent scheduled maintenance has been made to allow us to continue developing new experiences for guests while taking proactive steps to deliver a new generation of rides.

 

Keep reading to find out more about the updates commencing in the park in early 2020 and keep an eye on our website for more exciting updates to come.

 

 

 

 

Triple Launch Coaster Progress
Work has commenced on Dreamworld’s $30 million MACK rollercoaster, with the groundworks already underway and the arrival of the first pieces of equipment expected in May. The brand-new coaster will deliver ultimate thrills over a distance of 1.2km, including multiple inversions, reaching hair-raising speeds of 105km/h.
Rollercoaster
Sidewinder Gets Updated
Dreamworld has some exciting news about the rollercoaster known as Sidewinder! This attraction will be re-branded to give the attraction a fresh, new face lift. When visiting the park, you’ll see works on Sidewinder have already commenced.
Sidewinder
ABC KIDS World Refurbishment
The much-loved ABC KIDS World area at Dreamworld is set to be updated for a more immersive and exciting ABC experience for families visiting the park. With updates being made to theming and attractions throughout the area, the team at Dreamworld can’t wait to reveal more details about the ABC KIDS precinct soon.
ABC Kids World