Get up close and personal to Sea World's playful seals in the Seal Harbour exhibit
Home to some of Sea World's rescued animals which were unable to be released, this exhibit is the perfect place to see the seals at play.
Learn about the Long-nosed fur seals, Subantarctic fur seals and Californian sea lions.
Featuring glass partitions and boardwalks
With expansive sandy bottomed lagoons, naturalistic play areas and crystal clear waters
Watch the seals splash, play and sun themselves
Educational panels to learn more about various seal species
Rescue Date: July 2006
Carter was found stranded in Mariners Cove, Main Beach on the Gold Coast. At the time he was an underweight pup suffering from a cookie-cutter shark bite and missing part of his left back flipper. After months of healing and sporting a large visible scar in the centre of his back Carter was deemed un-releasable by Sea Worlds Veterinarian and government authorities.
Rescue date: August 2012
Saturday is one of the youngest seals that live at Sea World and is very energetic and playful. Saturday was found malnourished and had a deformity in her right eye which meant she had quite limited vision out of this eye.
Rescue date: 1999
Tarni is one of our rescued New Zealand fur seals and was found stranded in South Australia before coming into Sea World’s care that same year. At the time of her stranding, she was estimated to be less than one year old.