Gold Coast’s popular theme parks open on these dates
With Queensland borders still closed there were always going to be fewer people however this will assist a slow return to normality in a COVID safe manner.
The Parks under the popular Village Roadshow banner will be the first theme parks to open in Australia.
The 3 Strict COVID guidelines for visitors to the Theme Parks
With so many of the Gold Coast’s theme parks reopening, the only question remaining is which will you enjoy first?
Dress your child for the occasion
Each of the Village Roadshow theme parks will reopen on the following dates:
Movie World: July 15 2020
Regarded as the Hollywood of the Gold Coast, Warner Bros. Movie World is the perfect family day out and the ideal place to create new … Everyone talks about riding the DC Rivals HyperCoaster but imagine … Make your way to the centre of the park before 3:30 pm to enjoy the daily Main Street Parade
Sea World: June 26 2020
SeaWorld is renowned for its up-close animal encounters. Killer whales, dolphins and sea lions have their own family-friendly experiences, which focus on educational aspects of the animals as well as theatrical. One of the great reasons to visit SeaWorld is an education in marine life and believe me, your kids will want to come back again and again.
Wet’n’Wild: July 15 2020
Wet and Wild Gold Coast is one of the best water theme parks in Australia. This is probably … Choose the slide that you like and race down the rapids. These slides … It is a theme park not only for family and kids but for everyone.
Outback Spectacular: July 3 2020
This truly Australian show begins will gifting every audience member a cowboy hat. You can then enjoy a true Australian story with characters, Reg and Marg, that delves into the reality of living on the land.
Paradise Country: July 15 2020
Paradise Country truly is the Gold Coast’s hidden gem and the whole family will love the variety of shows and interactive experiences that a day on the farm can bring. There’s so much to do and see, so come and create lasting memories as you meet resident animals and indulge in delicious meals.
Visitors who wish to visit Dreamworld and Whitewater World will need to wait a little bit longer as Ardent Leisure who operates these two theme parks, has announced that they will confirm their reopening dates once the Queensland Government confirms the reopening date for Queensland’s borders
Some good news is that their Skypoint Observation Deck at Surfer’s Paradise will reopen on 10 July 2020.
When you purchase a day ticket, you can enter as many times as you wish. An ideal way to watch the ever-changing colours of the ocean as the sun makes its way around the globe. Nowhere else provides such an excellent opportunity to truly appreciate how light can change the whole ambience of a scene.
Learn about the landmarks you’re viewing from the information boards dotted around the observation deck. You can even use the static telescopes (for a fee) to look further afield. Visit between June and October, and you may be lucky enough to see Migaloo the famous male white whale, or Migaloo Junior, the white whale calf.
There’s plenty of comfortable seating so you can relax and admire the views of the canals and creeks on the inland side and check the boating and surfing activities on the ocean side.
The elevator whisks you up to the top in around 40 seconds which doesn’t leave much time to read the information boards containing interesting facts! There’s also a screen on the ceiling of the lift so you can see your progress upward.
The Q1 SkyPoint Observation Deck provides a relaxing setting where you can kick back and relax and take in the 360-degree million-dollar views, unrivalled anywhere else in the world.
The reopening of the Gold Coast’s theme parks will be a major step in the revival of the region’s tourism with locals, Queensland tourists, interstate visitors, and people from overseas frequently visiting at least one of the theme parks during their time on the Gold Coast.
Gradual reopenings from July to September will help to breathe life back into Gold Coast tourism
If you love Village Roadshow’s theme parks hope to return to full visitor capacity in time for the September school holidays.