Located on the gold coast, SeaWorld Australia is one of the most spectacular aquatic parks around. There’s a lot to love about SeaWorld, from exotic marine life to thrilling rides to an array of recreational activities. Founded by Keith Williams in 1958, the surfer’s paradise ski gardens once served as a haven for surfers.
A state-of-the-art Moonrail system connects SeaWorld in Australia with Nara resort, which is a 5-star hotel with landscaped gardens along the Broadwater, charming dining venues and bars, Warner Bros movie world, Paradise Country, Pacific Fair, and free shuttle buses to Surfer’s Paradise or SeaWorld. Millions of tourists flock to SeaWorld every year for its unending thrills and excitement, and although each one is unique, there are a few that stand out. Visitors to SeaWorld Australia can also see polar bears, penguins, sting rays and sharks in shark’s bay, along with the captivating decor. Located at Sharks Bay, it’s a huge aquarium divided into three sections: reef, shark lagoons, and touch pools. In the lagoon there are black tip reef sharks, leopard sharks, nervous sharks, cowtail rays, epaulette sharks, Red Emperors, and many more that live there.
SeaWorld’s Shark Bay is one of their most fascinating adventures, where you can meet the biggest fish on the planet for a small fee. Next on the list is Dolphins Cove at SeaWorld Australia, which has an extensive amphitheater where two shows are held every day. There’s an overwhelming number of guests eager to interact with the dolphins and highly trained staff at the cove. A polar bear zoo is another charming attraction at SeaWorld Australia. It’s set inside a city zoo enclosure, but you can see the bears above ground instead of beneath the water. There’s something for everyone at SeaWorld in Australia, whether you’re planning a family trip or simply a romantic getaway, the park is sure to reward you with an enviable and well-deserved getaway.