The family of one of the mother’s tragically killed at Dreamworld last week say they are still coming to terms with what happened.
Cindy Low, 42, lost her life after the Thunder River Rapids ride malfunctioned and flipped backwards.
The family said in a statement on Wednesday: 'We have spent every day trying to put one foot in front of the other, and it is extremely hard.’
They added: 'It is impossible to imagine a world without Cindy.
'It is going to take us a long time to find our way.'
Low’s funeral is being held this afternoon on the Central Coast and will be ‘strictly private’.
She was one of four people who died at the theme park.
According to the Courier Mail, Human error, mechanical malfunction and maintenance and operational issues combined may have caused the death of four people
'Often in a catastrophe like this, you get a combination of contributing factors where the planets align horribly,' a source told the publication.