UnderWater World is situated on Queensland’s beautiful Sunshine Coast, 2 hours north of the Gold Coast and 1 hour north of Brisbane.
Unravel the mysteries of the deep in Australia’s own world class aquarium. UnderWater World’s 2.5 million-litre oceanarium is the home of the ocean’s most fearsome predators, which include a variety of sharks, giant rays, groper, and many species of ocean going fish.
Explore Underwater World
They provide visitors with the unique opportunity to explore 11 unique zones including Touch and Tell, Weird and Wonderful, Seal Island, Otter Empire, Fresh and Freaky, Billabongs and Backyards, Shark Shipwreck, Coral Cove, Bay of Rays, Turtle Temple and Crawly Creatures!
Discover thousands of marine and freshwater animals including, Asian small-clawed otters, their family of seals, sawfish and tropical reef fish without getting your feet wet.
With 16 animal presentations to attend each day, you can spend all day at UnderWater World if you wish!
At UnderWater World it’s all about giving visitors the chance to get up close and personal with their much loved creatures.
Why not take a Behind the Scenes tour and find out all about UnderWater World’s rescue, rehabilitate and release program.
Their Seal Experiences let you say ‘hello’ to one of their resident seals, have a one-on-one seal encounter or become a trainer for the day!
Or, the more adventurous can hop into their main oceanarium and come face-to-face with 8 species of shark with Shark Dive Xtreme – a guaranteed underwater shark encounter, without cages.
UnderWater World is open from 9am to 5pm everyday except Christmas Day with last admissions 1 hour prior to closing.
Wheelchairs and strollers are available on request however during school holidays there may be limited availability.
Parkyn Parade, Mooloolaba QLD 4557
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