- Publish Date
- Thursday, 27 October 2016, 2:55PM
Dreamworld is set to reopen on Friday after a horror accident killed four people on one of the theme park's rides.
In a statement Dreamworld said they will be hosting a "Memorial Day" this Friday, which they "hope will be considered the start of the healing process for all concerned".
The day will begin with a private ceremony for Dreamworld staff, friends and emergency services.
The Park will open at 11.00am and entry proceeds from the day will go to the Australian Red Cross.
Activities during the day will be limited to smaller rides, animal attractions and the water park.
The statement also said the deadly Thunder River Rapids ride had passed its audit on September 29.
Dreamworld said the audit was conducted by an external engineering firm, and details would be provided to the coroner and workplace safety investigators.