Dreamworld inquest findings set for Feb 24

Michael Doyle
Four people died in 2016 when the Thunder River Rapids ride malfunctioned at Dreamworld

The findings from an investigation into the deaths of four people at Australia's biggest theme park will be released on February 24.

Kate Goodchild, Luke Dorsett, Cindy Low and Roozbeh Araghi were killed on a ride at Dreamworld on the Gold Coast in 2016.

The four died when a raft on the Thunder River Rapids ride collided with an empty vessel.

Two children who were also on the raft were able to escape.

A month-long inquest in 2018 heard staff didn't have adequate training and some incidents at the park went unreported.

Nine News reported in January the theme park's owner, Ardent Leisure has already paid out more than $5 million in compensation claims.

It has also been reported this figure could climb as high as $20 million.