Australia’s marine life is extremely diverse from snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef to swimming with Whale Sharks off the Coral Coast of Western Australia.
Perhaps go cage diving with Great White Shark in South Australia or go in search for the Leafy Sea Dragon in the waters of Kangaroo Island. Swim with Sea Lions and Dolphins in the wild, trying to mimic their movements.
The Little Penguin is the smallest species of penguin, found on the coastlines of southern Australia and New Zealand.
The Australian sea lion is Australia's only endemic sea lion with over 80% of the population found in South Australia.
Sea turtles are among the most impressive and intriguing animals on our planet. Relics from a time before the dinosaurs, turtles have existed for over 150 million years. Turtles live long lives, often not becoming adults for decades, and regularly travel thousands of miles between feeding and nesting areas.
The whale shark can be found in the world's tropical and warm-temperate oceans and they can be found seasonally at several coastal sites such as Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia.