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Shark Dive Xtreme is back at SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast!

November 24, 2020 Attraction No Comments

SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast’s cage-less diving experience where you are guaranteed an underwater encounter with enormous sharks and rays is back from 10 December 2020!

The exhilarating Shark Dive Xtreme experience is relaunching after a three-year hiatus so thrill seekers can come face-to-fin with nine different shark species including three huge grey nurse sharks, reef sharks and wobbegong sharks.

The two-hour adventure takes you behind the scenes for a safety briefing and dive training before you take the plunge and find yourself inside the aquarium’s iconic Ocean Tunnel!

Never been diving? No worries! You don’t need any previous diving experience to take part in SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast’s Shark Dive Xtreme. The cage-free underwater experience is available to guests aged 14+, runs from Thursday – Sunday and costs $290 per person.

“The return of Shark Dive Xtreme coincides with our Summer of Sharks campaign. We are encouraging guests to sink their teeth into the world of these fascinating sea creatures during the school holidays through a range of activities focusing on myth-busting, conservation, shark safety, fun facts and more,” said Quinn Clarke, General Manager of SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast.

To book your Shark Dive Extreme, visit: www.visitsealife.com/sunshine-coast/tickets-passes/experiences/shark-dive-xtreme/

Each day of the school holidays, one of SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast’s resident Shark Gurus will be chatting with guests about all things shark-related from 10am – 3pm, answering questions, showcasing artefacts and educating people about how to be shark safe this summer.

The Summer of Sharks is a celebration of sharks and the essential role they play in our ecosystem. SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast wants to give people the opportunity to learn more about these magnificent marine creatures, which are often misunderstood, and are under threat from overfishing, the demand for shark products and habitat destruction.

During the Queensland school holidays, SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast will be open 7 days per week from 9am – 5pm (last entry 4pm). All visitors must pre-book their tickets online in advance. Visit www.sealifesunshinecoast.com.au for updates, tickets, opening hours and health and safety information.

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