For the third year in a row, the park also took out the Tourism Product Marketing award, gaining automatic entry into the Hall of Fame.
Accepting the awards, Dreamworld CEO Stephen Gregg said the park was very humbled by the accolades.
“To win two awards and be inducted into the hall of fame on the one night is almost unheard of,” Mr Gregg said.
“It tops off a brilliant year for the park with great financial results and the opening of our all-new white-knuckle thrill ride, The Claw.
“During the awards period, we achieved significant results in terms of promoting the Queensland brand and achieving growth in overall domestic and international visitor numbers to Dreamworld and the destination.
“These results translated to the park’s and Queensland’s bottom line with increases in attendance, revenue and profit on the prior year.
“All the credit goes to our staff who work tirelessly to deliver an unforgettable experience for our guests.
“We are very honoured to wear the crown for Queensland and have our fingers tightly crossed to repeat the success when we represent the state in the national awards early next year.”
The Major Tourist Attraction award recognised Dreamworld as much more than a theme park. Dreamworld is an entertainment phenomenon, a thrill-seekers paradise, a multi-media production and broadcast centre, an educational interactive wildlife sanctuary and zoo, one of the country’s largest interactive classrooms and Australia’s leading specialty events venue.
Meanwhile, Dreamworld’s ‘So Many Worlds in One’ campaign, leveraging big name brands like Big Brother and Nickelodeon, clinched the Tourism Product Marketing award for the park.