Creatures Of The Deep
Polar Bear Shores
Henry's New Adventure
Rescued Seals Released to Southern New South Wales
Veterinary Quarantine Centre
Our World of the Dolphin Presentation
Nickelodeon Character Meet & Greet
Affinity - Dolphin Presentation
Jet Stunt Extreme
Dora's Best Friends Adventure
Turtle Power Live
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Dinner with the Dolphins
Now this is a function centre! Imagine the world’s most environmentally sensitive, naturally formed dolphin habitat teeming with fish and other sea life, set amongst lush tropical settings.
The Sea World Research and Rescue Foundation is a non-profit organisation dedicated to funding and promoting independent marine research projects. Sea World also support marine research and conservation through direct contributions including logistical support with vessels, equipment and staff.
Explore some of these projects listed below.
Find out about research supported through the Sea World Research & Rescue Foundation
How to Identify a Dolphin
There are 14 species of dolphin found in Australian waters and there are a number of ways to identify between them.
Moreton Bay Dugong Health Assessments
Sea World annually partner with the University of Queensland to conduct Dugong Health Assessments in Moreton Bay.
Grey Nurse Shark Population Study
With support from Sea World and citizen scientists, Dr Carley Kilpatrick will assess the abundance and movement of the Critically Endangered grey nurse shark population found along the east coast of Australia.
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