Former boss of parent company Ardent will be given ‘consultancy’ for hearing into the deaths of four people on a ride in 2016

The outgoing chief executive of the company that owns Dreamworld will receive a $730,000 payout, and get $3,000 a day to attend an inquest into the deaths of four people in last year’s accident on the Thunder River Rapids ride.

Deborah Thomas left Ardent Leisure earlier than initially scheduled on Friday and has been replaced by Simon Kelly.

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