Dreamworld inquest: Park auditors set to take the stand
Today marks the start of the second week of this set of hearings for the inquest into the 2016 Dreamworld disaster, with senior management expected to give evidence.
Up to four external auditors, the theme park hired to carry out checks and maintenance of rides, are due to take to the stand as well the head of operations and entertainment at Dreamworld, who told a junior ride operator in the days after the thunder river rapids ride tragedy, not to talk to police.
It comes after three of four first responders, who are taking legal action against Dreamworld, took to the stand last week, reliving the day they tried to save Cindy Low, Kate Goodchild, her brother Luke Dorsett and his partner Roozi Araghi in October 2016, when the raft they were on capsized.
Once this week's hearings are over the inquest will adjourn, before resuming again for another two weeks in November.