Kids favourite ABC stars to hit the stage at Dreamworld

Children are in for an extra special treat at Dreamworld this month, with some of the best kids entertainers Australia has to offer putting on four weeks of fun-filled activities & live performances at the theme park.

The stellar line up, which includes The Wiggles, Bananas in Pyjamas, Playschool,  Jimmy Giggle and Giggle and Hoot is all part of ABC KIDS Month at Dreamworld.

Little one’s will be able to let their imaginations play as they watch their favourite shows live and get the chance to meet some of their favourite hosts and characters!


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It all kicks off on Monday 10 July, with a special one-hour live performance by the Wiggles.

The following week, from Monday 17 July – Sunday 23 July, the park will be hosting a range of live performances with B1 and B2 from Bananas in Pyjamas to celebrate the bananas 25th birthday.

On Monday 24 July, both kids and parents will be able to see their favourite children’s TV show live in concert when Play School Live comes to Dreamworld.  The concert features songs, games and stories, presented by two Play School presenters, along with the real stars of the show the toys Humpty, Jemima, Big Ted and Little Ted.

The Jimmy Giggle Live show, which will take kids on a journey through the Giggle Galaxy, will be held on Monday 31st July, with much loved TV program characters Giggle and Hoot to perform shows from Tuesday 1 August – Sunday 6 August.

Dreamworld says the Giggle and Hoot shows will include bubble parties with character interactions, photos, Giggle and Hoot songs, Hoot and Hootabelle live shows daily, as well as arts and crafts and story reading.

All shows are included in general Dreamworld admission, with entry for kids under 3-years-old free.

For a limited time, adults can also purchase their Season Passes at kids’ prices. Head to dreamworld.com.au for more information.

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Most of the big things are on a Monday. Doesn’t help when us parents work Monday to Friday. ?