Dreamworld’s iconic Tiger Island is slated to reopen to the public this Sunday after it underwent a $7 million refurbishment.
The new Tiger Island features a covered 500-seat stadium and new splash pools with underwater viewing areas to see the tigers from both above and below the water level.
The old café has been removed in favour of an Asian-themed noodle bar called Island Noodle Hut.
A new retail store and 250-seat corporate event space has also been added during the redevelopment.
Dreamworld CEO Craig Davidson said the reinvigoration of Tiger Island would ensure the park retained its leading role in the global race to save tigers in the wild.
“The redevelopment of Tiger Island is a significant milestone for Dreamworld and a wonderful gift for our tigers and their wild cousins as we celebrate the 21st anniversary of Tiger Island,” said Mr Davidson.