Irukandji GOLD PASS MINI (age 6+)
- Duration: 200 Minutes (approx.)
- Location: Anna Bay , NSW
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The Gold Pass Mini is the ultimate Irukandji Experience! This pass includes entry with Shallows Encounter, the Zebra Shark Encounter, the Zebra Shark Snorkel, and the Little Ray Cuddle plus a pair of souvenir socks and wetsuit hire.
Children must be aged over 6 years for this experience, and must be able to swim unassisted.
Children under 12 years needs to be accompanied for the whole experience by an adult who has also purchased a Mini Gold Pass. (Please be aware the session sizes have very limited numbers, book early to avoid disappointment)
You will get to spend hours in the water getting up close and personal with our amazing animals! You will come away from this experience with loads of knowledge about ocean life and conservation as well as some amazing, once in a lifetime memories.
We will provide you with a wetsuit and 'wear and keep' socks for your comfort in the water and you get to take your brand new Irukandji souvenir socks home with you!
The activities take around 3-4 hours to complete so please arrive by 9.50 am so you don't miss out!
Irukandji Shark & Ray Encounters is an interactive aquarium where you will get the chance to feed and pet a variety of species of sharksand rays. Your included entry pass includes walking around the aquarium, food for our sharks and rays and educational talks by our knowledgeable fish keepers.
Book ahead to avoid disappointment
Zebra Snorkel goes at 10.20
Zebra Encounter goes at 11am
Little Ray Cuddle goes at 12pm
Admission, shark food, wear & keep socks, wetsuit, entry into the shallows of the lagoons (no swimming), interaction with the animals (petting/feeding), private entry into a lagoon with the zebra sharks, zebra shark snorkel, little ray cuddle, plus personal attention from the staff & interesting animal talks.
What to bring: Swimmers, towels hats, sunscreen if it is reef friendly, cameras (underwater are permitted)
What not to bring: Non reef friendly suncreams, your own wetsuit (as it could harbour marine-life from the ocean)