Shark Bay is the world's largest man-made lagoon system for sharks and houses some of the most awe-inspiring of the species in an innovative exhibit. The two-level exhibit provides spectacular viewing for guests both above-water as well as underwater, allowing guests to come face to face with the large sharks, stingrays and a range of exotic tropical fish.
|Polar Bear Shores
Polar Bear Shores is the only exhibit in Australia where you can see the world's largest land carnivore up close, and one that provides a unique educational experience that assists, through a wider public awareness, the conservation effort of this perfectly adapted marine mammal.
Shark Attack is an interactive educational exhibit which replicates an estuarine environment and includes many juvenile Bull sharks and lots of educational panels. Learn about the mysterious and feared Bull shark and the important role it plays in the local eco-system.
This wonderful new exhibit is currently home to 11 gorgeous Fairy Penguins, with more birds on their way from zoos around Australia.
Be amazed at the majestic Rays as they showcase their graceful ability to manoeuvre underwater in their colourful Sea World home – Ray Reef.
Guests of all ages will be invited to feed, touch and observe these wonderful creatures in a truly interactive and educational exhibit.
|Dolphin Nursery Pool
At the Dolphin Nursery Pool, Sea World's highly successful breeding program has resulted in recent dolphin births. Guests have the chance to see the young dolphins as they develop and grow under the protective watch of their mothers.
|Sea World Aquarium
The displays depict some of Australia's aquatic habitats including the Great Barrier Reef, river systems, mangroves and rainforests and include animals ranging from crayfish and tropical fish through to frogs.
|Rescue Point Lighthouse
Guests can visit the lighthouse and view displays on some of the more interesting research projects the Foundation has funded and appreciate the variety of strandings Sea World staff deal with.
|Seabird Rehabilitation Aviary
Sea World's resident pelicans have a very successful breeding record; it is unusual to see pelicans breed on the eastern coastline of Australia, as they normally travel to inland lake systems to breed.