Sea Life Sunshine Coast brings you up close with an array of amazing marine life. Explore 11 zones on three levels. Watch turtles navigate the ruins of the Polynesian-style Turtle Temple. Observe eight different species of sharks at Shark Shipwreck. Marvel at the tropical fish swimming around Coral Cove. If you're not content simply looking, you can scuba dive with sharks and swim with seals. Plan to visit Sea Life Sunshine Coast and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Mooloolaba attractions using our Mooloolaba trip maker website .
Sea Life Sunshine Coast Reviews
Must do with young children, they have some amazing sea creatures on display..had a great time with my wife and 23 month toddler.. more »
Visited with grandchild for first visit to an aquarium and what an experience it was!!Entering into the tunnels where every imaginable sea creature swims above your head is indescribable. The huge sha... more »
The best aquarium I have ever been too! They have all sea creatures and it is for all ages. My favourite part was the 80m underwater tunnel! I have never seen stingrays from underneath until now. The glowing jelly fish were also super cool and The shows are also super cute. I really recommend you come here if you are in the area no matter what age you are there will be something for you
I don't know how this place is rated so high. It used to be called Underwater world and back then it was great because it was for all ages. Now Sea Life appears to be for people 10 and under only. We went in the school holidays and It was way to hot due how many people were and there was no air conditioning. The hallways were so narrow and had to push past people to walk through. I think they legally had too many people in that day as it didn't appear the aquarium could hold that many people. It was hard to see any fish as there were a lot of people standing around them most of the time. I got a headache from how loud it was there as there was way too many kids. There were also no otters like there used to be and the whole thing was a big disappointment. Was not relaxing at all like it used to be. And was super smelly. In the tunnel the fish were also eating plastic which we had to alert staff about. There was also some fish that were injured in the tunnel with bite marks on them. There were also very little amount of sharks like there used to be. The tunnel used to be the best part but now it's gross and not relaxing at all. No music anywhere throughout the whole aquarium either so don't know why other reviews say there is. The floor as well in the tunnel doesn't move like it did many years ago. Total waste of money. Sea life in Melbourne is way better. Photos at the end were very expensive and my eyes were closed in the photo so no way I was buying that.
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