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Dreamworld is the largest theme park in Australia, and boasts a collection of four roller coasters and dozens of other rides. These are spread across a number of themed lands, which also host a variety of animal exhibits. Among its headline attractions are the enormous Tower of Terror II roller coaster, the BuzzSaw X-Coaster, and the near 400-foot drop tower Giant Drop. The majority of the park's kids' rides are packed into the Wiggles World and DreamWorks Experience areas.
History: The park opened in 1981, and was founded by John Longhurst on a patch of land in Coomera. Its original line-up including a miniature railway, a log flume and an IMAX theatre, with the Thunderbolt roller coaster opening a year later. Dreamworld was acquired by Ardent Leisure in 1998, and has gradually expanded over the last decade. A number of major additions have been made to the park following its 30th anniversary celebrations in 2010, including Buzzsaw roller coaster and the Shockwave Disk'O Coaster.
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