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SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium

1-5 Wheat Road, Darling Harbour

Sydney 2000

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Open Thursday - Monday 10am - 4pm (Last entry 3pm)
SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium

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Report a Rescue: Sea Life NSW

For wild marine animals

If you find a sick, injured or orphaned turtle, shark, ray or other fish please fill out the form below.

If you observe a wild marine animal that you think is in distress we recommend you contact our team or WIRES immediately to report it and get professional support rather than attempting to approach or handle the animal by yourself. 

If the case is urgent please follow up the report form with a phone call: 0061 402 783 455 

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If you find a sick, injured or orphaned non-marine animal, call 13 000 WIRES or 1300 094 737 or fill in their Report a Rescue Form.

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Our most recent rescues

Discover more about our sea life rescues

HOOK REMOVAL FROM GREY NURSE SHARK

A Critically Endangered Grey Nurse Shark in Bushrangers Bay, near Shellharbour now has full use of both eyes thanks to a successful rescue that removed the gang hooks caught between her eye and jaw.

GREY NURSE SHARK RELOCATION

In December 2019, our SEA LIFE rescue team helped relocate a Critically Endangered, female, Grey Nurse Shark from Lake Conjola in NSW and safely released her into the waters off Ulladulla Harbour.

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GREEN SEA TURTLE RESCUE, REHABILITATION & RELEASE

In April 2019, the SEA LIFE Sydney team rescued a struggling Green Sea Turtle in Dolans Bay NSW. After being in our Animal Rescue Centre for a few weeks she was back to her full strength and was able to be released. 

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