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Sunshine Coast MP promotes SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast tourism attraction
Federal Member for Fisher, Andrew Wallace, has shown his support for the Sunshine Coast tourism industry by participating in his first ever scuba diving experience and taking part in SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast Aquarium’s new Shark Dive Xtreme - a cage-less diving experience which guarantees an underwater encounter with sharks and rays.
Wallace is encouraging people to stay local and play local this year to help support Sunshine Coast businesses as they recover from the effects of 2020 and enthuses “It was amazing to be down there in the sharks’ own environment. They are beautiful creatures and it was an absolute privilege.
“It is so important that Sunshine Coast locals get out and support our region’s businesses at this difficult time. There are incredible places to shop and stay local in Mooloolaba along with fantastic eating experiences at the Wharf, and there’s no better way to top it off than a visit to SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast.
“So please, support our local businesses this summer, and while you are at it, get online and tell everyone about your great experiences on social media with the hashtag #supportsunshinecoast.”
SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast General Manager, Quinn Clarke, is also keen to share the stay local and play local message and added “It was fantastic to welcome Mr Wallace to SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast to experience our thrilling Shark Dive Xtreme experience firsthand and to help spread the word about all of the incredible things people can do to support local businesses.
“There are many amazing experiences people can have here in Mooloolaba; from eating at great restaurants at The Wharf, to enjoying outdoor activities such as the new Aquaduck Tour, to going on an underwater adventure here at SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast. There is plenty of fun to be had in Mooloolaba.”
SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast is open from Thursday to Monday from 9am – 3pm (last entry 2pm). All visitors must pre-book their tickets online in advance.
Visit www.sealifesunshinecoast.com.au for updates, tickets, opening hours and health and safety information.
For further information about Shark Dive Extreme, visit www.visitsealife.com/sunshine-coast/tickets-passes/experiences/shark-dive-xtreme/
24th November 2020 - Shark Dive Xtreme relaunches at SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast
8th November 2019 - SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast welcomes its first penguins
4th October 2019 - SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast prepares to welcome little penguins
15th January 2021 - Visit Sunshine Coast welcomes Matt Stoeckel as new Chief Executive
14th January 2021 - Healthy Ageing Forum to be hosted on Sunshine Coast
30th November 2020 - Largest high ropes course in Australia opens on the Sunshine Coast
28th November 2020 - Three Sunshine Coast attractions receive funding from Queensland Government
21st November 2020 - Sunshine Coast launches its new destination brand ‘For real’
20th October 2020 - Sunshine Coast Stadium expansion looks for $20 million from Federal Government
16th October 2020 - Sunshine Coast community and sporting organisations receive financial boost
7th October 2020 - New nature walking trails open in the Sunshine Coast hinterland
16th September 2020 - Foreshore revitalisation project soon to commence for the Sunshine Coast
12th September 2020 - Sunshine Coast ready for sporting ‘Super Sunday’
7th September 2020 - Sunshine Coast community benefits from new initiative to improve beach accessibility
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