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All about: Gold Coast theme parks

The Gold Coast is a popular coastal city in Queensland, Australia, famed for being a region of fun and adventure. This article will help to find out all about the city and numerous Gold Coast theme parks.

About Gold Coast

Gold Coast is an Australian city, spread along 40km of glorious, undisturbed coastline. Boasting a sub-tropical climate, great surfing beaches and endless entertainment, the city is ever popular with local holiday-makers, families and budget back-packers. As well as being a sun-soaked beach city, the Gold Coast is well-known for its collection of theme parks.They provide unrivalled entertainment to visitors of all ages.

The theme parks

Dreamworld Sprawling across 30 hectares, Dreamworld Gold Coast is Australia's most popular theme park, and home to roller-coasters, fair-ground rides and live shows. Home to the Tower of Terror, Giant Drop and The Claw as well as The Australian Wildlife Experience, Dreamworld is a place of fun and adrenalin. ( Sea World Sea World is where visitors can see, and learn about the vast array of marine life that exist in Australian waters. Seals, dolphins and fearsome sharks are all on display in open tanks and lagoons. Furthermore, Sea World boasts rides and entertainment shows, at its Sesame Street Beach. ( Warner Brothers Movie World Movie World is where Hollywood comes to life, and visitors can meet and greet their favourite movie characters. All the family favourites are represented in a collection of roller-coaster rides and shows, from Superman to Shrek and Scooby Doo to the Looney Tunes. ( Wet n Wild Water World Under the searing Queensland sun, there is no better place to cool-off than at Wet and Wild Gold Coast. Wet n Wild is a place of endless water-based fun, counting kamikaze rides, a wave pool, lazy river and Calypso beach. amongst its many attractions. ( White Water World Part of Dreamworld, White Water World combines family fun with extreme, adrenalin-pumping attractions. You can splash around in Wiggle Bay, tackle the waves in the Cave of Waves, or peer over the edge of The Wedgie five-storey slide. (

Passes and tickets

Tickets and passes for all theme parks can be purchased in advance, and on the day from both travel agencies and the park websites. For the ultimate in entertainment and adventure, you can purchase a Super Pass. This fun pass grants unlimited access to Sea World, Warner Brothers Movie World and Wet n Wild Water World for 14 days.

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