Home to some of the most amazing marine life experiences in Australia, Sea World offers the unique opportunity to get up close and personal with polar bears, penguins, seals, dolphins and even sharks. A fun yet educational day out for the whole family.
Shark Bay is an amazing man-made lagoon system, in fact the largest in the world, where you'll come face to face with some of the world's most feared shark species. Polar Bear Shores is an artic enclosure where the bears entertain guests with their antics while the Thunder Lake Stunt show is an action packed live performance that will have you on the edge of your seat.
Thrill seekers can brave out the Storm Coaster, while for the younger children, Nickelodeon Land is home to a great range of rides and attractions including roaming characters. Visit the battleground of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, ride the enchanting Dora's Fiesta Carousel and Donatello's Ninja Flyers, and Bikini Bottom Crosstown Express.
You can now visit the major theme parks while on the Gold Coast with one of the Gold Coast Theme Park Passes. There are a variety of passes on offer to suit most visitors. Visit Sea World, Wet'n'Wild and Warner Bros. Movie World for an action packed adventure with the family.
If you are staying on the Gold Coast and don't have access to a car the best way to travel to all of the Gold Coast Theme Parks is with a Theme Park Transfer Pass.
Opening Hours: 9.30am - 5.00pm. Rides & attractions open from 10.00am. Open from 1.30pm-5.00pm ANZAC Day, Australia's national day of remembrance on 25 April. Closed Christmas Day 25 December. Operation days and hours may vary.
(Operation days and hours may vary, including extended opening hours during school holiday and peak periods)
Children: 0-2 years are free of charge, children 3-13 years child rate applies
Important note: Tickets are non-refundable. Show schedules are subject to change, delay or cancellation due to inclement weather, scheduled maintenance, refurbishment, or other operational reasons.
Address: Sea World Drive, Main Beach. 3 kilometers north of Surfers Paradise