The fourth woman who died in the Dreamworld tragedy has been named.

The fourth victim of Tuesday’s tragic accident at Dreamworld has been identified by media as Sydney woman, Cindy Low.

The 42-year-old mother of two was originally from Kawerau in New Zealand, but moved to Australia roughly ten years ago with her husband, according to The New Zealand Herald.

The couple and their two children, a son and daughter, were reportedly visiting the theme park during a holiday to the Gold Coast.

The boy, who has not been named, is also believed to have been on the Thunder River Rapids ride when the incident occurred.

He was taken to hospital, where he remains this morning, with his father and sister by his side, reports The Herald.


The latter are not believed to have been on the ride at the time.

According to the paper, shocked relatives in New Zealand were last night preparing to rush to the Gold Coast to be with the grieving family.

The other victims of the horrific incident were earlier identified as Luke Dorsett, Roozbeh Aragh and Kate Goodchild.

The park has been closed while authorities investigate the incident, but it’s believed two of the rafts on the family-friendly attraction collided, causing one to flip over, reports ABC.

Two passengers were reportedly ejected from the raft and one became caught in the ride’s conveyor belt.