Tuesday, 1 July 2008

Big Brother House opens for inspection from July 26 with special winner appearance EKKA Wednesday

Refurbished one bedder (sleeps 15 people) featuring open-plan living, sound-proof confession room, extensive surveillance system and outdoor gym is now available for inspection; located just 20 minutes from Surfers Paradise and 40 minutes from Brisbane. Combi van, ninjas and resident deep voice negotiable.

Like it or love to hate it, Big Brother House is the most scrutinized address in Australia and a venue the majority of Australians either know or want to know. With the last of the 2008 residents about to be evicted, the door of the house is set to open for public inspection on July 26 offering Dreamworld guests the chance to see what life was like on the inside.

With thousands of hours of footage beamed into more than a million viewers’ homes each season, the Big Brother house is as much a television personality as its infamous residents.

Said Chief Operating Officer Kevin Bradley, “House tours give guests the opportunity to walk in the housemates’ shoes and imagine what it’s like to be watched 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It’s a surreal experience if you’ve been watching the house every day for three months.”

Talking guests through their own experience, the winner of Big Brother 2008 will make a special appearance at Dreamworld Studios on EKKA Wednesday, August 13. Truly ‘So many worlds in one’ Dreamworld provides a cost effective alternative to braving the EKKA crowds on show day.

Said General Manager Sales Cathie McBean, “Dreamworld is a carnival, a zoo, a movie theatre and a television studio in one location for one entry price. With over 40 rides included in the general admission ticket, parents don’t have to worry about reaching into their pockets for every single activity.”

For fans who can’t wait until August for their EKKA day Big Brother fix, the 2008 Big Brother runner up will appear at Dreamworld on July 26 to sign autographs and take happy snaps with their adoring public.

Ms McBean added that “As household budgets tighten, RACQ has a fantastic offer for Queensland members with a one day world pass that provides access to both Dreamworld and WhiteWater World for a flat rate of $50. Offering the option to come back for a second day free within 14 days of entry, it’s an affordable alternative to one day at the EKKA.”

The Big Brother house is also opening for corporate functions and Christmas parties to be used as a backdrop for household product launches, sales and marketing planning sessions, breakout sessions and social club gatherings. It has the capacity for 150 guests in addition to the landscaped gardens and a huge outdoor games arena.

House tours are included in Dreamworld’s general admission price while corporate functions and parties can be booked through our Special Events team on (07) 5588 1111.

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