Skip to content

Shark + Ray Encounter

  • Zoos & Aquariums


Pet and feed the sharks and rays
Lagoon Shallows
Irukandji Lagoon Encounter

All ages encounter with curious and friendly sharks and rays!

Show more

By booking your SPARK POP® experience as a gift or treat, you’ll support colourful memories and also – 💚Healthy Planet. 💚Supporting Local. 💚Active Kids.

Suitable For

  • 2hrs
  • Availability
  • Pre-School
  • Teen
  • Primary
  • Pre-Teen
  • Zoos & Aquariums
  • Explorer

Additional Information

  • All ages are welcome from 0-100 years old, it fits everybody in their own special way
  • No need to be able to swim, so swimming is involved. For swimming options please see the snorkels.
  • The Entry Pass is available every 20 minutes from 9am till 3.40pm, please check availability, school holidays book out early!
  • Please allow about 2 hours however you may stay all day if you wish

Child Friendly Dining

Irukandji: light snacks are available, however you are encouraged to pack a picnic lunch to enjoy under the trees.



2 Jessie Rd, Anna Bay NSW, Australia


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Shark + Ray Encounter”


  1. Opening Hours: Daily 9am to 5pm
  2. Accessibility: Friendly for wheelchair and pram users. Accessible bathrooms also available near the entrance.
  3. Family Facilities: Baby change table available in the accessible toilets. Kids playground available on-site.
  4. Car Parking: Plenty of free carparking available, located on Jessie Road, right near the Port Stephens Drive roundabout on Nelson Bay Road.
  5. What to Bring: Hats, REEF-FRIENDLY sunscreen, cameras (underwater cameras are great!), clothes (t-shirts & shorts or skirts that can stay dry in the shallows, Only bring swimwear or spare underwear for those choosing the wetsuit option and for all encounters and snorkels. Your own prescription mask set- note though we do allow it you will need to allow extra time before your experience for us to clean/soak your snorkel in solution to ensure it is free from any nasties.
  6. What NOT to bring: Swimwear or rashie/clothes to swim in without a wetsuit (staying dry clothing or wetsuit must be worn in lagoons, not swimwear alone), non-reef friendly sunscreen, your own wetsuits or water shoes- because they could introduce toxins to our lagoons and we limit the items going in, especially neoprene which can harbour marine life from the ocean and cannot be cleaned in a hurry.

Guidelines, Cancellation, Terms

  • Price Match Guarantee
  • Instant Book
  • Book Early
  • Active Kids
  • Planet Friendly

Group Gift TogetherPay Learn More.