The Sky Voyager has landed at Dreamworld
Experience Dreamworld’s newest Australian attractions.
If you’re after a place to take the kids, look no further than Dreamworld. The beloved theme park has just opened its latest attraction, the Sky Voyager, and has a range of family-friendly, fun and educational Australian experiences.
The Sky Voyager
The Sky Voyager, a first of its kind in Australia, offers a simulated flight over some of Australia’s most spectacular landscapes in the Southern Hemisphere’s first flying theatre.
More of an experience than a ride, the Sky Voyager is suitable for adults and children alike, provided they’re over four years-of-age and 100cm or taller.
While children will undoubtedly be thrilled by the suspended motion-programmed seating, adults can revel in the technology, including a giant dome screen and immersive special effects.
Rather than just watching Australia’s scenery go by, you’re absorbed into its world. Wind, sounds, lights, mists and scents delight the senses as you’re ushered through the five-and-a-half-minute ride across 12 unique regions of Australia.
The Sky Voyager is not an intense ride, but it is a memorable one, offering a unique Australian experience.
Perhaps the best-selling point to the Sky Voyager is its ability to seat 60 people per ride. The high seating capacity means cue times are short and at near six minutes, the ride is one of the longest available at any theme park.
RACQ Living is giving members the chance to win one of 45 VIP double passes to attend Dreamworld’s Sky Voyager launch event. Enter now.
Come face-to-face with a fearsome apex predator at Tiger Island.
RACQ Journalist Jessica Wilson recently took part in Dreamworld’s Tiger Cub Experience.
“Tiger cubs are adorable from a distance but it’s not until you’re up close that you fully appreciate their majesty,” Ms Wilson said.
“In some respects, they’re just like oversized kittens and being able to interact with the cubs gave me a new appreciation for Dreamworld’s tiger handlers and the challenges facing tigers in the wild.”
A percentage of funds from the tiger experiences goes to the Dreamworld Wildlife Foundation, supporting the conservation of threatened and endangered species.
In keeping with the Sky Voyager’s Australian theme, Dreamworld Corroboree is celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, heritage and wildlife. Guests can get up close and personal with some Australia’s native wildlife including koalas, kangaroos and crocodiles. Guests can also learn the ancient craft of fire making, face painting, weapon making and music.
Corroboree virtual reality
The world’s oldest culture comes to life in a 360-degree VR experience that puts you inside the cultural sanctum of a local Indigenous family.
- Showtimes: 10:30 am, 11 am, 12 pm, 2:15 pm – Dreamworld Corroboree Theatre.
Experience a unique part of Australian culture at the Australian Sheep Shearing show where Aussie shearers demonstrate life on an Australian farm. The woolshed is home to a variety of farmyard animals.
- Showtimes: 10:50 am, 11:50 am, 2 pm – Dreamworld Woolshed.
Cultural face painting
Learn about indigenous culture through art and how colour is applied to the body for ceremonial purposes and in painting rock art and canvas.
- Showtimes: 1:30 pm – Dreamworld Corroboree.
See the tools and weapons such as boomerangs, shields and spears that Aboriginal Australian’s made and used to survive on our continent for generations.
- Showtimes: 2:45 pm – Dreamworld Corroboree.
Learn about Australia’s most iconic animal and how they got their name koala, which is derived from an aboriginal word meaning ‘no drink’.
- Showtimes: 11 am – Dreamworld Corroboree.
Watch how fire is made simply by rubbing two sticks together and learn what woods can be used and how they need to be prepared.
- Showtimes: 2 pm.
Find out about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island musical instruments, how they’re made, what they’re made from and what sounds they can produce.
- Showtimes: 11:30 am – Dreamworld Corroboree.
The creation story of the Gold Coast
Discover the ancient indigenous story of how the Gold Coast came to be.
- Showtimes: 11:15am, 12:15pm, 1:15pm – Dreamworld Corroboree Theatre.