Traveljunkieindonesia.com – While we were in Queensland, we went to check out the Australia’s Sea World at Gold Coast.
Everyone I know, who has visited Gold Coast (with or without kids) says it’s a MUST VISIT attraction. Everyone raves about it and recommends it.
A lifetime of memories, we proudly bring you our travel junkie indonesia Australia’s Sea World Guide. Included are all of our MUST Do’s and See where you can get up close to dolphins, sharks, sting rays, Polar bears, seals, penguins and heaps more, all in the one location!
So, here are all about our Australia’s Sea World Guide.
a). Australia’s Sea World is located on 24.282 hectares (60 acres) on the Southport Spit
b). Home to Australia’s only Polar bears, over 30 dolphins, 40 seals, over 100 rays and 10.000 sharks and fist
c). World famous for marine animal rescues carried out by the Sea World Research & Rescue Team
d). Australia’s Sea World turned 40 years old in 2011.
Exciting Must See Shows
a). New SpongBob ParadePants stunning water displays and spectacular thematic boats!
b). New Sing & dance along to new Dora’s Best Friends Adventure live show.
c). Immerse yourself in the Imagine Dolphins Show.
d). View the hilarious Fish Detectives Sea Lion Show.
e). Check out the fun interactive children’s shows.
f). Jetstunt Extreme show with the world’s best jetski stunt performers.
5 Must Do’s
1). Watch the Imagine Dolphin Show.
2). See Polar Bear Shores.
3). Explore Shark Bay.
4). Ride the Jet Rescue.
5). Check out the playful King & Gentoo penguins at the Penguin Encounter Exhibit.
Sea World Animal Adventures provide an exclusive opportunity to join Sea World’s Marine Mammal Trainer in a unique interaction with some of the ocean’s most wonderful marine creatures.
There once-in-a-lifetime experiences include an opportunity to get up close and personal with dolphins, seals, sharks, penguins, rays and even Polar bears!
Face Your Fears
a). Shark Bay is the world’s largest display of predatory sharks.
b). See sharks, stingrays and a range of exotic tropical fish from spectacular above and below water viewing areas.
Ride & Adventures
a). Experience the exhilaration of Jet Rescue
b). Loop the loop on the fantastic Sea Viper rollercoaster
c). Meet your favorite Dora characters as they play in wonderful kids adventure precinct
d). Battle Boats ride with over 80 water cannons
e). Sky Fortress with five levels of rope bridges and tunnels
f). Sky Climb adventure 12 metres above the ground
a). Open daily from 10am – 5pm
b). Closed Christmas Day – 25 December
c). ANZAC Day – 25 April open from 1.30pm
d). Daily showtimes available on entry
Overall, Australia’s Sea World was an outstanding experience!
We all had a great time. It was engaging, interesting, and very impressive.
Happy Sustainable Travels!