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Shark Diving

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For those wanting an underwater adventure go on a scuba shark diving experience where you can dive with sharks.

The SEA Life Aquarium is a unique aquarium that is home to thousands of aquatic animals and marine creatures from all over the world.

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During your dive in the marine enclosure, you will come face-to-face with Grey Nurse Sharks, Sandbar Whaler Sharks, Giant Stingrays and hundreds of exotic fish.

Just bring bathers, a towel and you’re all set! No prior experience is required as you will receive all the training and equipment you will need to undertake this fun dive. You will be training to use all the equipment and will be accompanied by an experienced diver in the water.

In addition to your shark dive experience, you will also receive an entry to the aquarium. The aquarium’s most popular exhibit is the Antarctica exhibit, where all visitors will get a chance to see the adorable Gentoo penguins in the Penguin Playground. Everyone will love watching these intriguing little animals splashing in their pool and sliding across the ice in their simulated Antarctic habitat.

The aquarium has several sections, each featuring something unique and distinctive. You will find Seahorse Pier, Bay of Rays, Crocodile’s Lair, Rainforest Adventure and coral reef areas, as well as many more exciting exhibits. Some of the exhibits also feature interactive displays for both kids and adults to enjoy.

Walk through the underwater aquarium known as Ocean Discovery and enjoy watching the sharks, sting-rays and sea turtles swimming overhead. You and your family will certainly love this unique experience.

Located in the heart of the city, the Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium is only a short walk from Flinders Street Station and just across the Yarra River from Crown Casino.

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