WhiteWater World is one of the most popular outings for families on the Gold Coast, and there are several ways to visit. Choose between a basic admission ticket to the water park or a multi-park pass that allows you to hop between WhiteWater World and the sister parks of Dreamworld and the SkyPoint Observation Deck for 3-7 days. Cabanas and the FlowRider surf simulator must be booked separately.
Things to Know Before You Go
Book your entrance tickets online ahead of time to skip the line at the entrance gate.
There are 16 food-and-beverage outlets, more than 20 shops, and drinking fountains throughout the park.
Don’t forget to bring sun protection, a towel, and a change of clothes. There are plenty of restrooms and changing rooms on-site.
Much of the park is wheelchair- and stroller-accessible, and wheelchairs are available for hire.
How to Get There
WhiteWater World is in southeast Queensland at the northern end of the Gold Coast, about 50 minutes south of Brisbane. You can drive; use the TransLink buses, trains, and trams; or book a Gold Coast Roo Pass which includes airport transfers and roundtrip transportation from Gold Coast hotels to WhiteWater World and other theme parks in the area.
When to Get There
Due to the Gold Coast’s subtropical climate, WhiteWater World is open daily throughout the year, though hours vary by season. The best time to visit is during the Australian summer month of December through February).
Experiencing the Thrills of Dreamworld
WhiteWater World is the sister park of Dreamworld, one of the biggest theme parks on the Gold Coast. Here, you’ll find thrill rides, animal experiences, a LEGO store, and an area where kids can meet with their favorite DreamWorks characters.
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