Oceanworld Manly

Name
Kris Lim
Location:
West Esplanade,
Manly, NSW, Australia
Contact:
(02) 8251 7877
Contact:
(02) 8251 7880 Shark Dive Xtreme
Fax:
(02) 9949 7950
Last Updated

2012-10-13 09:00:00

Oceanworld Manly

Our daily interactive guided tours allow you face to face contact with our marine creatures, with our expert guides always on hand to answer any questions and impart intriguing facts about all of our marine life.

Meet the divers who look after our sharks & watch whilst they hand feed a vast array of marine life by hand.

For the experience of a lifetime ask about Shark Dive Xtreme. First time and qualified divers can literally dive in with HUGE sharks, giant stingrays, turtles and much more in Oceanworlds 4 million litre Oceanarium, dives run daily.

To get your heart racing even faster, Shark Feed Xtreme! Dive in for front row seats at feeding time and be in the middle of all the action for a stingray feeding frenzy, then move into the shark's territory for a VIP dive. Shark Feed Xtreme is suitable for qualified and first time divers, with dives running Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings only.

Learn all about these amazing creatures at one of just 3 aquariums in the world to have successfully bred the endangered Grey Nurse Shark in captivity.

Shark Dive Xtreme is subject to availability and strict medical terms and conditions...

Oceanworld is open every day from 10.00am to 5:30pm (last admission 4.45pm) except Christmas Day.

Just 200m from Manly Wharf we also boast Ciao Belli Waterfront Cafe, open to the public daily (except Mondays)

For more information including shark diving, kids Birthday Parties, special events and daily show times please visit our main website.

Affiliation:

SSI

Training Level:

Up to Instructor

Sites Visited:

Within our 4 million litre Oceanarium, at a maximum depth of 4 meters you are guaranteed to come up close and personal with the critically endangered Grey Nurse Sharks between 2 - 3.5 meters in length, wobbegong sharks, huge stingrays, turtles aplenty and much much more...

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Name
Kris Lim
Location:
West Esplanade,
Manly, NSW, Australia
Contact:
(02) 8251 7877
Contact:
(02) 8251 7880 Shark Dive Xtreme
Fax:
(02) 9949 7950
Last Updated

2012-10-13 09:00:00

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