Dreamworld and WhiteWater World re-opened only one week ago on Wednesday 16 September, and have already experienced a positive start, now welcoming back over 650 team members and thousands of local guests.
The Queensland school holidays, which coincided with the parks re-opening, have seen an immediate impact on the park’s attendance which have exceeded expectations, as have strong sales of Annual Passes within the local market.
“Our parks are confident that we’ve got a solid offering of fantastic theme park attractions and experiences, complimented with a price that provides real value for locals. At $99 for a Locals Annual Pass, our price acknowledges the challenging year everyone has experienced at the hands of COVID-19,” Greg Yong, Dreamworld Chief Operating Officer said.
“We are proud to offer our locals a safe and fun school holiday experience and are encouraged with our attendances and sales so far. Our guests are really keen to be back at Dreamworld and WhiteWater World during these school holidays, and we’ve already had great feedback on our newest experience, Sky Voyager Experience USA. It’s an incredible simulated flight over America’s best sights, with no passport required.”
Two of Dreamworld’s Happy Halloween events taking place on selected nights this October have already sold out, with the announcement of a new night now added on Saturday the 17thof October. Guests are encouraged to secure their tickets before these sell out – free with their Annual Pass or $29.
“It’s going to be a fantastic family event and a safe way for little ones to celebrate Happy Halloween. Ticket sales are already incredibly popular so we encourage our passholders to secure their free ticket as soon as they can”, said Greg.