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Underwater World
Parkyn Parade
Mooloolaba
QLD
4557
Tel: 7 5458 6280

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UnderWater World is located on the beautiful Sunshine Coast, just 1 hour north of Brisbane.

Where are we going today?

Underwater World

The Touch Tank is especially suited to children, with exhibits including the Great Barrier Reef with 133 species of sharks and rays, and over 1500 fish.

Features include Weird and Wonderful, Seal Island, Otter Empire, Sharks Alive and Crawly Creatures. Each section is well presented with educational information posted on the varying species and their habitats and life cycles.

If you're happy spending the money then Shark Dives, Seal Dives and Seal Swims are also available at additional cost, with no scuba experience required and full training provided.

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$35
  • Children$23
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Open from 9am to 5pm everyday except Christmas Day with last admissions 1 hour prior to closing.

I'm Hungry!

Cafe on site offering hot and cold snacks and drinks..

Any Top Tips?

During non holiday times the seal shows are on at 11.00am, 1.00pm and 3.30pm. During school holidays the seal show times will vary..

Can I get one of those?

Several retail facilities..

More information

Birthday party packages available..

What people are saying?

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    Got shar seyh cool

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    The facilities and aquarium houses many wonderful creatures but looks abit dated after so many years. The dolphin show is short and simple with the seals being the real stars of the show. Great for kids, however the entrance price is on the high side so you might want to give it a miss if you have other activities.

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    Whoaaaaa, this placed is featured as the world's largest aquarium. Not sure about that seeing as I went to Bangkok a few days later, and the Bangkok aquarium had the same logo -.- Nevertheless, there are many fishies to see. I love walking under the water and looking up to see SHARKS swimming all around me! It was pretty cool though. Def something to see. Very well kept and clean. However, it is quite pricey and I dont think the aquarium was worth the high price.

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    I loved being here. This is the largest aquarium of world as it houses 12M gallons of water and 100K creatures. It is an experience on it's own. It's worth spending some money and time and take your kids as well. Don't forget to charge your came, please.

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    value for money.. biggest aquarium..

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