Discover Sharklife At SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium
- Sat Jun 26 - Sun Jul 11 2021
- see website for cost
It’s time to Discover Sharklife at SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium! During the winter school holidays guests will have the opportunity to sink their teeth into the world of these magnificent but often misunderstood sea creatures.
From 26 June – 11 July, visitors can discover all there is to know about the 10 different shark species at the Aquarium through a range of activities focusing on myth-busting, conservation and fun facts! Kids will receive a Discover Sharklife activity booklet on arrival and can take part in a number of interactive activities as they venture below the surface to get up close with a leopard shark, speartooth sharks, tawny nurse sharks and more.
Each day of the school holidays, one of SEA LIFE Melbourne’s resident shark experts will be chatting with guests about all things shark-related from 11:30am and 1:30pm. The experts will be on hand to answer questions, showcase their scuba diving gear and educate people about these incredible sea creatures.
Visitors aged 14+ can take their jawsome day out to the next level, by venturing into the water for SEA LIFE Melbourne’s exhilarating Shark Dive Xtreme experience. The cageless diving adventure is available to people with zero diving experience and guarantees an underwater encounter with sharks!
Discover Sharklife is a celebration of sharks and the essential role they play in our ecosystem. SEA LIFE Melbourne wants to give people the opportunity to learn more about these marine creatures, which are often misunderstood, and are under threat from overfishing, the demand for shark products and habitat destruction.
SEA LIFE Melbourne is open 7 days per week during the Victorian school holidays. All visitors must pre-book their tickets online in advance.
Where: SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium
When: From 26 June - 11 July 2021
Open seven days a week during the school holidays
Cost: See website for cost
For opening hours, tickets and further information, visit SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium website.
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