The Gold Coast is one of the most beautiful and popular holiday destinations in Australia. Every year, it receives thousands of tourists from all over the world and even from other regions of Australia. Every tourist visiting the Gold Coast has three objectives – find the perfect Gold Coast accommodation, enjoy their share of the sun and sand, and have a fun-filled and adventurous holiday.
From the mountains, waterfalls, and natural rock formations of the Hinterland to the swimming lagoon at the Tallebudgeera Creek; from lagoon-cross-beach of Currumbin to the famous surfing spot of Kirra – the Gold Coast has plenty of attractions and adventure on offer. At the centre of all attractions lies the famed theme parks – there is not one but quite a few and each one is unique in its own way.
If you are planning a holiday with your family or children then your children are definitely going to have a great time at the Gold Coast theme parks. The best way to go around is by purchasing a Gold Coast theme park central pass so that you don’t have to purchase entry tickets at each of the parks. You can alternatively also pick up multi-park passes, which are normally available at a discounted price. For example: if you are planning to visit Wet’n’Wild, Movie World, and Sea World then you can pick up a combo-ticket as all the three parks are owned by the same company and you will be charged a discounted rate.
One of the popular Gold Coast theme park central pass is the Escape pass, which will allow you to visit 2 theme parks over three days. There is a super pass, which will allow you to enter any theme park in the Gold Coast on any day within a 14-day period. There are several seasonal passes also available but that information will only be available with the tour desk of your hotel during your stay.
Dreamworld: Known as Australia’s favourite theme park, Dreamworld is a fun and adventure world spread over 30 hectares. At the centre of the theme park is the Tiger Island where tigers interact with their handlers to put up quite a show. Some of the other attractions include a riverboat cruise, waterslides, Kangaroo and Koala sanctuary, Tower of Terror – the world’s tallest and fastest ride, the giant drop with a free fall from 38 storeys up, Gold rush country, and Flowrider – a mix of surfing, skateboarding, and body boarding.