THINGS TO DO: The Octonauts return to SEALiFE!

06 October 2017

Kids love the Octonauts?

Well, sound the Octo-Alert because these ocean heroes have returned to SEA LIFE Mooloolaba, transforming the Billabong area into GUP mission vehicles, featuring dynamic displays of beautiful aquatic animals, complete with 3D talking Octonauts crew members.

Dive into action for the ultimate Octonauts mission and ride in the Gup-E with the Octonauts crew while learning about the new animals on display in a special edition of the TV show's celebrated Creature Report.

Everyone’s favourite Octonauts crew members will also make their own appearances as they embark on a new mission to ‘Explore, Rescue and Protect’ the wonderful creatures they have discovered in the Midnight Zone. Explore a mysterious cave with Captain Barnacles and sound the Octo-Alert to light-up the amazing creatures living inside. Join Kwazii on a thrilling chase to reclaim his long-lost treasure and search the shipwreck for yourself to find the real creatures hiding inside. Help Peso clean-up the coral reef and rescue the creatures in a fun game, then step on-board the Gup-E for an unforgettable photo opportunity.

The new display includes colourful sea stars, hermit crabs and weird and wonderful axolotls - who, along with thousands of marine and freshwater animals including sharks, seals, turtles, stingrays, tropical fish and more - call SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast home.

THE OCTONAUTS ZONE FEATURES:

  • Explore the amazing world of the Octonauts
  • Completely new aquatic animals in dynamic themed displays
  • 3D digital talking Octonauts crew members
  • 3 Gups including the opportunity to step on-board the Gup-E
  • A fun game with Peso
  • Exclusive, brand new Octonauts animations

sealife seahorse

As well as the Octonauts experience, there are 11 other themed areas to explore. Touch an amazing array of marine life at the Tidal Touchpool, meet the super-cute seahorses at Seahorse Sanctuary, wander through the Ocean Tunnel and witness the enormous stingrays devouring their dinner, and don’t miss the hugely entertaining seal show.

For more information, head to www.underwaterworld.com.au.

 

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