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Dreamworld Annual Pass Holders This Is What You Need To Know

Dreamworld is set to reopen on December 10 with a "Open Hearts - Open Doors" charity weekend. 

Money will be raised for those most affected by this tragic event last month. 

"Over this charity weekend, Dreamworld will donate $25 for every guest and passholder through the door to the Australian Red Cross," the statement read.

"These funds will be distributed to the families and those most affected by the tragedy through the GIVIT Appeal Independent Distribution Committee.

"If you wish to contribute to this cause but can’t attend our ‘Open Hearts - Open Doors’ Charity Weekend, you can still donate to the ‘Gold Coast Appeal’ at GIVIT.org.au."

The email also let season and annual pass holders' know that their entry entitlements have been extended for a further six months. 

"To thank you for your loyalty and understanding while Dreamworld has been closed over the past five weeks, we will be extending your current season or annual pass for an additional complimentary six-months beyond its expiry date."

For those concerned with the safety audit and WPHS of the park, every ride at Dreamworld and White Water World has reportedly passed a four tiered safety check. 

The park have consulted with four bodies outside of their own engineering review team to ensure that each ride is safe and in good working order. 

"Every ride, slide and attraction open at Dreamworld and WhiteWater World from 10 December will have passed an unprecedented and methodical multi-tiered safety review. This includes rigorous and thorough inspections and audits by: Workplace Health and Safety Queensland, Dreamworld’s internal engineering review team, ride engineering experts Pitt & Sherry and leading international theme park safety specialists, LTC," the statement continued.

"Additionally, Royal Lifesaving Queensland has completed an audit of the waterpark’s lifesaving procedures and safety signage."

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