Family Rides

If you’re looking for something a little left of the fast lane, Dreamworld is also home to a host of family rides catering for even the most timid of scaredy cats and tiny tots.

THUNDER RIVER RAPIDS RIDE

You're gonna get wet! All aboard the 'Thunder River Rapids' for a white water raft ride that takes you through Gold Rush Country and out back of beyond. The rafts rush down a foamy, water track at speeds of up to 45km/h - negotiating deep troughs on their turbulent journey home.

LOG RIDE

If you've got a ticket to ride, then get ready to splash down at Rocky Hollow. Climb aboard the hollowed-out logs as they traverse the watercourse, climb the aquaduct and then hurtle down the ramp at 50 km/h.

EUREKA MINE RIDE

Join the Gold Rush on this super-spooky ride which takes you through the dark abandoned tunnels of the 'Eureka Mountain Mine'. Hair-raising drops are coupled with tight turns … as your runaway miner's cart comes terrifyingly close to mountain drops.

NB: At Dreamworld guest safety is our number one priority. As such all rides and attractions undergo daily testing through annual maintenance and regular safety audits and inspections.
As part of this process the Eureka Mountain Mine Ride will close temporarily for all Dreamworld guests.


DREAMWORLD RAILWAY


All aboard for a scenic ride on one of Dreamworld's two restored steam trains.

THE VORTEX

An intense spin-out experience that will leave you plastered to the walls.

STINGRAY

A swirling, floating, spinning ride for kids of all ages.

REEF DIVER

Forget the flippers, you won't need them on this giant vertical whirlpool of fun

AVIS VINTAGE CARS

Drivers of all ages can captain their very own vintage car.

CAPTAIN STURT PADDLE WHEELER

Jump aboard the double-decked Paddle Wheeler for a relaxing cruise along the "Murrissippi" River.




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