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    Default Dream world or movie world for under 7's

    Holidaying at the Gold Coast with a 6, 5, and 3 year old. Any of these theme parks good? We did sea world 2 years ago.

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    If I had to choose I'd go with dreamworld! So much to see & do!

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    I'd go Movieworld. My 2 preferred it there. They seem to have more rides for kids as well.

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    Dreamworld have alot more rides and things, my tribe can spend all day there. Movieworld they get bored pretty quick

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    If your children are into Superhero's and Loony Tunes, then they will love Movieworld (batman, cat woman, bugs bunny, tweety, scooby doo) but if they are more into Madagascar, Shrek or the wiggles they will enjoy Dreamworld.

    i'm sure they will have a ball whichever one you take them too

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    So with dreamworld do you have to pay extra for things after paying entry fee?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3ratbags View Post
    So with dreamworld do you have to pay extra for things after paying entry fee?
    Nope, just the overpriced food, merchandise, and optional things like photos with the tigers kind of stuff.
    Rides are all free.

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    I find there are more rides my four year old likes at Movieworld, the Dreamworld ones she's either too big or too little for. At Dreamworld though there's the animals too, and White Water World if you want to do both. We often do both on the same day. I've got passes for all the theme parks and they're all good I think.


 

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