Dreamworld's chief executive is hoping for plenty of community support when it opens its doors tomorrow, just six weeks since the disaster on the Thunder River Rapids Ride claimed the lives of four people.
For every person who visits, the park is pledging AU$25 of their ticket price will go to the Australian Red Cross. There are also donations planned for those affected by the tragedy.
Channel Ten's Lachlan Kennedy spoke to Paul Henry about the charity re-opening weekend.
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