Family of Dreamworld victim Cindy Low release a statement ahead of her funeral.

The grieving family of Cindy Low, who died along with four others when at Dreamworld on the Gold Coast ten days ago, reveal they are struggling to cope in the aftermath of the tragedy.

The Low family are trying to “put one foot in front of the other” after the death of the 43-year-old alongside siblings Kate Goodchild, 32, and Luke Dorsett, 35, and his partner Roozbeh Araghi, 38.

“It is impossible to imagine a world without Cindy,” they said in a statement released yesterday. “It is going to take us a long time to find our way.”

The mother of two’s funeral is planned for this afternoon at Palmdale on the Central Coast with her family saying it would be a “strictly private” ceremony.

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Tributes to the victims left at the site of the Dreamworld tragedy. Source: Getty

New Zealand-born Low lived in Sydney but was holidaying with her family when she was killed when a raft on the Thunder Rapids ride flipped over.

Her son 10-year-old son Kieren was also on board at the time of the accident but "miraculously" survived along, with 12-year-old Ebony Goodchild when the two were thrown from the ride that ended their mothers' lives.

The bodies of the four victims were returned to their families over the weekend so that funeral preparations for each could get underway.

In a funeral notice published in the Sydney Morning Herald yesterday, Low was described as the "cherished wife and soul mate" of her husband Mathew and "devoted mother" to her children Kieran and Isla.

"Cindy was taken from us too soon," the notice reads.

It comes as Shayne Goodchild, the father of Kate Goodchild and Luke Dorsett said, “We want to know why our loved ones were taken from us in such horrific circumstances. No-one wants those answers more than we do.”

The theme park was set to reopen on Friday for a memorial but CEO Craig Davidson decided to delay the opening until after the victims' funerals following criticism from the public and widespread safety concerns.

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