Tiger Island


Can you imagine coming face-to-face with the jungle’s most fearsome predator? Here on Tiger Island, we make it possible. As part of our conservation work with DWF, our tigers are ambassadors for their cousins in the wild, as we work towards protecting the species. Be mesmerised by their grace as you watch them glide underwater at the splash pool and feel in awe of their brute strength at feeding time. And if you feel hungry afterwards, sink your own teeth into an Asian-style feast at the island’s restaurant. So venture down to get up close and personal with the Animal Kingdom’s largest cats as they prowl the grounds. See our tigers play during the daily Tiger Presentations at 12.00pm and 3.30pm.

Tiger Feed Experience

The only location in Queensland where guests can feed a tiger. The 15 minute experience is available to just 6 guests per day. Chat one-on-one with the tiger handlers to learn more about these majestic animals and how to safely tong-feed a big cat.

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Tiger Island adventures

Saving Tigers

In the wild, tigers face a grim future.

There are approximately 4,000 tigers remaining in the wild and their survival is constantly threatened.

With three subspecies already extinct, the plight of the tiger is a serious problem largely caused by humans in three major ways: hunting, poaching and destruction of the habitat.

At the current rate of poaching and habitat loss, it is estimated that tigers in the wild could completely disappear within the next ten years.

Through the Dreamworld Wildlife Foundation (DWF), we endeavour to be the voice for those that cannot speak. By backing global conservation initiatives and fostering education around endangered species since 2012, we are helping to make a dramatic change. More than $3.5 million dollars has been raised through DWF to help save species such as tigers, koalas, bilbies and tree kangaroos.

For tigers alone, DWF is the largest zoological contributor to tiger conservation in the world. It goes further than just money, DWF drives anti-poaching and community engagement initiatives and has partnered with globally recognised organisations including Wildcats Conservation Alliance. With the threat ever-growing, we need your help. Help us make a difference today.

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