Get the Cheapest Tickets to Australia s Theme Parks

In Australia, there are cheap theme park tickets available for multiple entries. This way, everyone can enjoy summer down under without breaking the bank, according to Lifehacker.

New South Wales

Sydney’s Luna Park provides an annual pass of $99 for all ages. Tickets can be bought at the park or online.

Wet & Wild in Sydney has a single admission price based on an individual’s height. If visiting more than once, the 2013-14 season pass costs $124.99, which expires next year in April.

Queensland

Movie World offers tickets that also cover Sea World and Wet‘n’Wild. Tickets cost $99 for adults/$79.99 for children until June 30, 2014. Locals from south Queensland and far north NSW can get cheaper tickets.

Dreamworld offers a Holiday World pass of $99.99 for adults/$79.99 for children, covering 21 days. For multiple visits, the Unlimited World pass is priced at $109.99 for adults/$79.99 for children until December next year. It includes visits to WhiteWater World and SkyPoint. The Platinum pass covers 2 years and costs $189.99 for adults/$169.99 for children. It also comes with various discount offers for those who decide to bring along irregular visitors.

For both theme parks, online tickets can come with other entertainment options for a cheaper price, but there aren’t many of them.

Victoria

Luna Park in Melbourne provides single-day tickets that remain valid for 12 months from the purchase date. Tickets cost $47.95 for people over 13/$37.95 for children. There are also family passes.

South Australia

For the Beachouse in Glenelg, people can only go on the rides once. There are $48 unlimited time packs with an upper limit of 100 minutes.

Western Australia

Adventure World in Perth offers a season pass that costs $155.50 for people 14 years and above/$130.50 for children. Seniors can get a $60 annual pass.