Shark Diving

Fraser Island Shark Diving

We want to take you on an tour of the eastern side of Fraser Island to see the local sharks which include “The Big Three”, Great Whites, Tiger Sharks and Bull Sharks.

These apex predators call our coast home and although you’re probably familiar with their reputations, they are not man-eating killers. There have only been 27 recorded fatalities from sharks in Australian waters in the last 50 years, and you’ll be protected by our new diving cage.

These creatures have survived the last five mass extinction events, subjected to 15 million years of harsh testing and become apex predators, the embodiment of focused evolution, a shark is perfectly designed for hunting and they are a sight to behold.

Great Whites

We invite you to jump on board for an exciting day of adventure, education and a whole lot of fun!

This once-in-a-lifetime experience of viewing Great White Sharks in their natural habitat will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime!

Tiger Sharks

Tiger sharks’ broad, blunt snouts have strongly curved teeth. Stripes on the back are prominent on young but fade to nothing on adults.

Their angular, hooked tail allows it to twist and turn rapidly to catch fast prey. It has a large brain and sophisticated sensory system, including excellent eyesight, taste and smell.

Tiger sharks are most active during the day and more numerous when the water is warmer and prey are plentiful.

Bull Sharks

Bull sharks have quite the reputation, they are an aggressive species that is considered dangerous to humans.

Some consider that the Bull Shark may be more dangerous than the White Shark and the Tiger Shark, because of the Bull Shark’s omnivorous diet and habitat preferences.

The species may be found in murky water, where the splashing of a swimmer could be mistaken for a struggling fish.

We invite you to jump on board for an exciting day of adventure, education and a whole lot of fun! This once-in-a-lifetime experience of viewing Great White Sharks in their natural habitat will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime!

Tiger sharks’ broad, blunt snouts have strongly curved teeth. Stripes on the back are prominent on young but fade to nothing on adults.

Their angular, hooked tail allows it to twist and turn rapidly to catch fast prey. It has a large brain and sophisticated sensory system, including excellent eyesight, taste and smell.

Tiger sharks are most active during the day and more numerous when the water is warmer and prey are plentiful.

Bull sharks have quite the reputation, they are an aggressive species that is considered dangerous to humans.

Some consider that the Bull Shark may be more dangerous than the White Shark and the Tiger Shark, because of the Bull Shark’s omnivorous diet and habitat preferences.

The species may be found in murky water, where the splashing of a swimmer could be mistaken for a struggling fish.