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Shark Bay reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Shark Bay, a walk through at Seaworld Gold Coast.

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Posted: September 18, 2007

Shark Bay is the world's largest man-made lagoon system for sharks and houses some of the most awe-inspiring of the species in an innovative exhibit.

History reflects a turbulent relationship between man and sharks - one of the world's greatest predators. Shark Bay reveals a new dimension of understanding and will unravel the mystery and misconception surrounding this majestic marine species.

The two-level exhibit provides spectacular viewing for guests both above-water as well as underwater through three 10 x 3 metre windows, allowing guests to come face to face with the large sharks, stingrays and a range of exotic tropical fish.

Shark Bay comprises of three main zones all allowing for unsurpassed viewing and interaction, including a touch pool, a snorkel and dive lagoon and a shark lagoon housing the world's most feared sharks.

So come and conquer your fears at Sea World's Shark Bay - the closer you get the more you learn!

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This is the best aquarium tank I've ever seen, which admittedly is a small portion of aquariums world wide. It seems well maintained and the animals seem well cared for, there is a very large and varied touch pool on the edges where you can touch and discuss with staff star fish, shark eggs and other small sea creatures. The shark tanks are really large and varied, you can view them from above and in glass sides. The tunnel for the glass sides is always crowded but even in peak periods you can navigate it with a stroller easily enough. A real high point of seaworld. - Jocelyn De

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