Sea World on the Gold Coast features an array of thrill rides, family entertainment and animals. This Gold Coast theme park is the perfect place for a memorable day out with family or friends. Visit Shark Bay which is the world's largest man made lagoon for sharks, here you can come face to face with huge sharks behind the glass window, beautiful tropical fish and coral can also be viewed here. There are animals that can be seen at Sea World which you would normally not see on the Gold Coast including Polar Bears and Penguins! New to Sea World is the Sea Jellies Illuminated exhibit, this is a spectacular array of sea jelly displays and with educational elements
For a little more thrill board the Storm Coaster or the high speed Jet Rescue Coaster. Castaway Bay interactive playground is perfect for children of all ages. There is plenty of opportunity for some entertainment head to the Thunder Lake Stunt show or Turtle Power Live show. Sea World features a variety of activities and entertainment, a perfect additional to your next Gold Coast holiday.
There are a number of awesome value Gold Coast Theme Park Passes available to suit those spending few days on the Gold Coast and for those who have a couple of weeks to enjoy multiple visits to the theme parks!
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, 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