Brisbane Theme Parks

Visit theme parks in Brisbane including Warner Bros. Movie World, Dreamworld, Sea World, Wet ‘N’ Wild and more to learn more about the rides, attractions, and fun activities available.

There are some of the world’s biggest theme Parks in Brisbane that contribute a lot in attracting a large tourist flow in the city. Starting from the spectacular Dreamworld to the Warner Bros. Movie World, they have a lot of thrill packed in for you during your Australia tour. The theme parks offer entertainment and adventure to every age group and thus are the highlight of Brisbane. It also has an interesting marine-themed park called Sea World which offers rides, animal exhibits, etc. and also promotes conservation of marine wildlife.

The Brisbane Theme Parks must be included in your tour package as they will surely give you the best experience of your lifetime. Apart from these three notable theme parks, Brisbane also has a number of water parks and amusement parks aimed to provide the best adventure and experience. You can take the exciting rides, watch the amazing shows and exhibitions and engage in various recreational activities to lighten up your day and make your Australia tour memorable.
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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Ticket with Brisbane River Cruise
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Ticket with Brisbane River Cruise



About Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary:The world's first and largest koala sanctuary, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is home to 130 koalas and over 70 species of other native Australian animals. It is also recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records.Here people love meeting the koalas and hand-feeding kangaroos. Or you can also enjoy catching the action in the Free Flight Raptor Show. when here. Visiting this sanctuary is a once in a lifetime experience you cannot miss.About Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Ticket With Brisbane River Cruise:From your hectic itinerary take some time out to relax and go on a  river cruise along the South Bank. Bask in the city’s amazing climate all year round. Boarding the MV Mirimar vessel helps you witness picturesque views of the city’s skyscrapers, waterside mansions, and leafy suburbs.The friendly and knowledgeable guide on board allows you to make the most of your trip by helping you know in and out of the place. In this 3 hour expedition inside the sanctuary, you get to meet over 130 Koalas on site. Book now and see a different side of Brisbane City.Time: 9:30 am (cruise departs at 10:00 am)Location: Cultural Centre PontoonAddress: Southbank Boardwalk, South Brisbane QLD 4101, AustraliaHow To Reach:By bus: Take any buses to Cultural Centre station, and follow Melbourne st. to South BankNote:Children aged 3-13 years can book the child ticket for the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary ticket with Brisbane river cruise.Infants aged 0 - 2 years can join for free.
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  1. Which are the best theme parks around Brisbane?

    1. Warner Bros. Movie World- The Warner Bros. Movie World is one of the most notable theme parks in Brisbane. It is based on the Warner Bros. film studio and related DC Comic properties. It is more than just a film set and offers a number of movie-themed rides. The highlight of the park is the DC Hypercoaster which is the fastest, tallest and longest rollercoaster in the Southern Hemisphere. You can also click pictures with the patrols dressed as your favorite characters like Batman, Superman, Scooby Doo, Marilyn Monroe, etc.
    Location- Pacific Myw Oxenford QLD 4210, Australia
    Timings- 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
    Prices- Around 110- 200 USD

    2. Wet ‘N’ Wild- This is one among the best and largest waterparks of the world. It has a number of water rides including four really adventurous and extreme ones to give you the ultimate adrenaline rush of your life. This place offers you non- stop fun and entertainment. You can come with your friends and family and engage in a number of recreational water games or take a relaxing swim along the lazy river of Calypso beach. The park also has a special area for kids and a huge wave pool.
    Location- Gold coast, Queensland, Australia
    Timings- 10:00 am- 5:00 pm
    Prices- Around 99- 300 USD

    3. Dreamworld- One of the most notable theme parks in Brisbane has an array of adventures in store for its visitors. Dreamworld is the largest theme park in Australia and has 40 rides and attractions including 5 roller coaster rides. The Dreamland is made up of several themed lands such as Oceans Parade, DreamWorks experience, Rocky Hollow, Tiger Island, Dreamworld Corroboree and the Town of Gold Rush. You can enjoy a collection of rides, shows, animal rides, also shop merchandise in the shops and munch on some snacks in the food outlets.
    Location- Coomera QLD 4209, Australia
    Timings- 10:30 am- 4:30 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday;
    10:30 am- 5pm on Friday, Saturday, Sunday
    Prices- Around 89- 110 USD

    4. Sea World- Unlike the other Brisbane Theme Parks, Sea World is exclusively a marine- themed Theme. It also has an oceanarium and mammal park that offers a number of shows and exhibitions to the visitors. You can enjoy a number of marine- themed rides and take part in the recreational water activities. Sea World also promotes conservation through education and the rescue and rehabilitation of sick, injured or orphaned wildlife.
    Location- Main Beach QLD 4217, Australia
    Timings- 9:30 am- 5:00 pm
    Prices- Around 109- 849 USD

  2. Is one day enough to explore Dreamland ?

    A day is enough to explore the whole of Dreamland without getting bored only if you dedicate 6 hours of your day entirely.

  3. What are the best rides at Wet ‘N’ Wild ?

    1. the Surfrider
    2. The river rapids
    3. March Five
    4. Aqualoop
    5. The Kamikaze
    6. Flowrider
    7. Tornado
    8. Constrictor
    9. Black Hole
    10. Super Ripper

  4. What is the best time to visit Brisbane?

    May to September and the month of January are the best times to visit Brisbane because of the weather and festivities that fill up the streets during these months.

  5. How many days are enough for Brisbane?

    2-3 days are enough to cover the main highlights of Brisbane. But if you want to visit all the attractions and destinations around the city as well, then it would not take more than 5-6 days.

  6. Which are the other attractions to visit in Brisbane?

    1. Koala Sanctuary- Brisbane has the world’s oldest Koala Sanctuary, the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. You can actually hold the Koalas with your own hands and click pictures with them. You can also feed and pet the free- roaming kangaroos in the Kangaroo Reserve, and this is one of the most famous tourist attractions of Brisbane that you should not miss.

    Location- 708 Jesmond Rd, Fig Tree Pocket QLD 4069, Australia
    Timings- 9:00 am- 5:00 pm
    Prices- 49 USD for adults, 35 USD for children and 39 USD for students and senior citizens

    2. Kangaroo Point Cliffs- You can go hiking to the Kangaroo Point Cliff located in the middle of the city to witness one of the most amazing views of the city’s landscape. This heritage site is set across the Brisbane river and is the favorite spot for rock climbing and rambling. You can also go on a walk or run along the cliff and enjoy the majestic scenery of the Brisbane river on your side.

    Location- Queensland, Australia

    3. Wheel of Brisbane- The Wheel of Brisbane is an observation wheel situated at Brisbane, Queensland in Australia. You can take a ride in this 60 meter tall giant wheel to have the best scenery of the city. You can sit in the air-conditioned capsules and have a 360 degree view of the entire city in just 12 to 15 minutes, and definitely one of the best recreational rides in Brisbane that you would regret missing.

    Location- Russell St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia
    Timings- 10:00 am- 10:00 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday;
    10:00 am to 11:00 pm on Friday, Saturday
    Prices- 19.95 USD (adults), 15.20 USD (children), 61.75 USD (nuclear family) and 18.05 USD (students)

    4. Botanical Gardens- Brisbane has a number of Botanical Gardens and parks scattered around the city. You can explore and learn more about the typical flora of Australia and relax in the loving lap of nature. You can go on a walk or grab a cycle to stroll across the city parks in the evening away from the hustle and bustle.

    Location- Toowong Qld, Australia

    5. Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art- The Museum is one of the main attractions of Brisbane and the perfect destination to spend your weekend with your loved ones. You can admire and learn a lot about the modern contemporary art forms and the stories behind them. Take out an hour or two from your day and indulge in the brilliance of the art works of some of the legendary artists from around the globe.

    Location- Stanley Pl, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia
    Timings- 10:00 am- 5:00 pm
    Prices- free admission, except the occasionally held exhibitions and cinema programs

    6. Nepalese Peace Pagoda- This pagoda is one of the most treasured attractions of the South Bank of Brisbane. This was brought to the city as an honor to the Nepalese Kingdom for their significant contribution to world Expo 88. The three-storey Pagoda, located in the heart of Parklands features 80 tonnes of hand-carved Nepalese timber. It is one among the only three Nepali Peace Pagodas located outside Nepal.

    Location- Clem Jones Promenade, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia

    7. Streets Beach- This is Australia’s only inner city man made beach which gives you an out-of-the world swimming experience. The crystal clear blue lagoon is surrounded by white sands and sub-tropical trees which add up to give you the true essence of the coastline. This Oasis in the middle of the city also has food stalls and a picnic area to ensure you a quality experience with your family and friends.

    Location- Stanley St Plaza, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia

    8. Cultural Center- This is the main attraction of Queensland’s art and culture and is also a popular heritage site. It has a number of museums glorifying the art and culture of Australia. It also hosts several exhibitions of modern and contemporary art for the researchers and tourists. If you are passionate about art and want to have an insight about the history and heritage of Australia, then this is the place for you.

    Location- South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia
    Timings- 9:30 am- 5:00 pm

    9. Museum of Brisbane- The Museum of Brisbane is a general cultural and art museum that attracts a lot of visitors. This museum brings culture to life with its various interactive displays and exhibitions. There are several installations throughout the museum that feature optical illusions and animations. You can participate in the various activities offered by the museum like Quiet Afternoons or learn about art and history from the Resident Artist, Gordon Hookey.

    Location- Level 3, Brisbane City Hall, 64 Adelaide St, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia
    Timings- 10:00 am- 5:00 pm

    10. Roma Street Parkland- Roma Street Parkland is the perfect getaway place from the busy city streets of Brisbane, and it is the best destination for solo adventurers, families, couples and friends. You can relax in the beautiful lawns, watch the beautiful flowers and wildlife or treat your taste buds in some of the best cafes of Brisbane beautifully set up in the Parkland.

    Location- 1 Parkland Blvd, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia

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