Underwater World SEA LIFE Mooloolaba

Centrally located in Mooloolaba in the heart of the Sunshine Coast, Underwater World SEA LIFE Mooloolaba is the region's top family friendly attraction. No visit to the Sunshine Coast is complete without a visit to this fascinating marine attraction. Located on the Mooloolaba Wharf just a short stroll from Mooloolaba's main Esplanade, Underwater World SEA LIFE Mooloolaba is home to thousands of marine animals including tropical fish, stingrays, turtles, sawfish, seals, sharks, otters and more.

Offering fascinating exhibits designed to entertain visitors of all ages, the underwater glass viewing tunnel offers the unique experience of walking beneath some of Australia's most iconic marine life and gets you closer than ever before to freshwater and marine mammals including coming face to face with huge sharks. However this multi-award-winning tourist attraction is home to so much more.

Underwater World SEA LIFE Mooloolaba is home to 11 unique zones including Crawly Creatures, Fresh and Freaky, Weird and Wonderful, Touch and Tell, Billabongs and Backyards, Seal Island, Turtle Temple, Shark Shipwreck, Bay of Rays, Otter Empire and Coral Cove. Each exhibit gets you up close and personal with tropical fish, a family of seals and cheeky Asian small-clawed otters. There are also more than 15 animal presentations held each day, offering an insight into the lives and habitats of these creatures.

There are also a great range of experiences at Underwater World SEA LIFE Mooloolaba that get you even closer to the action including personal Behind the Scenes tours that offer an insight into the rescue, rehabilitate and release program Underwater World SEA LIFE Mooloolaba operates as well as the Seal Experience which allows you to have a one-on-one encounter with a seal or be trainer for a day. For those who dare, there's also the Shark Dive Xtreme where you'll come face to face with at least 8 species of sharks in the main oceanarium, with no cages to protect you. Bookings can be made via our Underwater World tour page.