David Attenborough is great and all, but watching lions chase gazelles or baby penguins hatching from their eggs on a flat screen TV doesn’t always cut it. Not only that, trying to prioritise a trip up north to Ningaloo can prove difficult when you’re already dying to tick Japan, Portugal and Canada off your bucket list.
So, the WA Maritime Museum is coming to the rescue with an immersive 180-degree dome theatre showcasing the natural wonders of Ningaloo Reef.
Hop into your mini submarine, Odyssea, as it takes you on a 25-minute journey to the depths of the ocean. You’ll get to witness the incredible annual whale shark migration, which coincides with a midnight mass coral spawning, as well as some of the most amazing mega reefs on the planet.
Adventures kick off on Saturday 29 December at the WA Maritime Museum and conclude on 31 January, with show times from 10am to 4pm daily.
If you’re keen to extend your underwater journey, each day there are two 45-minute shows starting from 2.40pm.
Tickets start at $15 and will sell out fast, so book your space here.
Image credit: Reinhard Dirscherl
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