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Theme and leisure parks around Brisbane – For a family vacation filled with fun and adventure

The third-largest city in Australia, Brisbane, is popular for its laid back yet cheerful atmosphere. The modern elegance and historic charm come together to offer tourists an amazing experience.

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Aussie World, Palmview

Attracting both children and adults, Aussie World is one of the top leisure parks found around Brisbane. Offering nearly thirty rides, this theme park is a must-visit for anyone visiting Brisbane. Giant Slide, Redback, Swinging Ship, Octopus Ride, Bizzy Buggies, Ferris Wheel and Mini Golf are among the attractions offered by Aussie World. There's an array of Brisbane hotels in the vicinity.

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Dream World Theme Park

Located in Helensvale, Dream World Theme Park gives meaning to the idea of theme parks. With roller coasters and a bunch of other thrill rides, this theme park is quintessentially Australian. Dream World Theme Park is home to a number of wildlife species including white lions.

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Whitewater World

Located right in front of Dream World, Whitewater World is another theme park located close to Brisbane. Mostly suitable for younger kids, the park features a wide array of age-appropriate attractions. The little rippers, the bro, the green room, the temple of huey and the wedgie are some of the rides offered by Whitewater World.

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The Ginger Factory

With recent innovations, the Ginger Factory is now able to offer unique mornings and afternoons to kids. The park features a number of rides and attractions. Spreading over a nine-hectare land, the Ginger Factory is another reason why kids love to visit Brisbane. You can take a tour of the grounds or a tour of the factory. The park has a café and a number of shops. This is another place around Brisbane that offers plenty of options for families to spend quality time together.

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Victoria Park

The perfect spot for golf lovers, Victoria Park is located in the north Brisbane. Though known for golf, this park is more than just a golf course. Easily reached from Oaks Brisbane Woolloongabba Suites, Victoria Park brings you a diverse range of experiences. The main highlight of the park is the amazing Brisbane skyline. From the city centre, it is only a 10-minute drive; you can also take the bus, which is also a 10-minute journey.

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Holoverse

For an amazing, technological experience, you should bring your kids here. Holoverse is the new hologram-based park found around Brisbane. Offering a unique experience, this park is one that must be visited by both kids and grownups.

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Seaworld Theme Park

Another Gold Coast theme park offering an amazing experience, Seaworld is on the list of must-visit Brisbane parks. Filled with marine wonders, this theme park offers a unique set of activities. Sea Viper, Sesame Street Beach, Water Park, Vikings Revenge Flume Ride and Jet Rescue are some of the rides offered by Seaworld. Among the park inhabitants are a baby carpet shark, a baby seal and a dolphin calf; you will also see polar bears. Visitors to Seaworld can enjoy helicopter rides and cruises. Whale watching is another experience offered by the park.

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Warner Bros Movie World Theme Park

Located in Oxenford, Movie World is a theme park meant for movie lovers. From live musical performances to live stunt shows to amazing rides, Movie World offers a fun day for both kids and adults. With the Superman Escape Ride and the Green Lantern roller coaster, Movie World has adopted a Hollywood theme; this is the main draw for tourists. For kids, there's a separate section called the Kids' WB Fun Zone.

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Best time to visit

For those expecting an outdoorsy experience from Brisbane, the perfect time to visit is from March until May; this is when the temperature comes down to a bearable level.