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Gold Coast, Australia
November 23, 2009
May 20, 2006
From journal Goin' Down the Goldie
Christchurch, undefined, Australia
August 11, 2005
It is a great place for the family, and any age is not a problem. I would recommend taking 2 days to enjoy this park to its full glory if you are a family. This park may be small compared to the North American equivalents, but it is still big on value. This place is a must for any visitor to Queensland. We go every 2-3 years, and there is always something new to surprise and thrill us.
From journal A Week of R&R
October 24, 2004
From journal Adventure in Paradise
June 17, 2004
Dreamworld has, I believe the best offering of thrill rides on the Gold Coast. These include cyclone – a new roller coaster, the giant drop - The tallest and most exciting free fall ride in the world, The Giant Drop nearly hits terminal speed as it plummets almost 120 metres. The tower of terror – one of the fastest and tallest rides in the world, reaching speeds of up to 160 kilometres an hour and going 38 stories into the air. Wipeout – a twisting and turning ride. Finally the eureka mine ride – a roller coaster through an abandoned mineshaft.
Dreamworld also has more family orientated rides such as the Thunder River Rapids Ride, dodgem cars, the log ride, the Dreamworld railway and the blue lagoon. The blue lagoon is a small water park that has a toboggan ride and a couple of water slides. I really did enjoy Dreamworld.
From journal Highlights of the Gold Coast
February 19, 2004
From journal Breakfree Resorts
Coconut Creek, Florida
November 29, 2003
From journal Brisneyworld -- A.K.A. Australia's Gold Coast
September 21, 2002
From journal A weekend in Brisbane