Dreamworld is expected to reopen in time for Christmas after a safety audit gave the Gold Coast theme park the all-clear.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland carried out an audit of all rides at the theme park in the wake of the ride malfunction that killed four people.
Kate Goodchild, Luke Dorsett, Roozbeh Araghi and New Zealander Cindy Low were killed on the Thunder River Rapids ride last month.
Inspectors have issued seven improvement and three prohibition notices to the theme park, but none of them relate to guest safety.
Queensland's Industrial Relations Minister Grace Grace says Dreamworld has been fully cooperative as it carries out an independent safety review of its own.
Ms Grace expects the theme park will reopen its doors before Christmas, but an exact date remains unknown.
The Thunder River Rapids ride has been decommissioned.
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