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Underwater World launches behind-the-scenes tours

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VISITORS to UnderWater World can now choose an extra option during their stopover.

The Mooloolaba tourist attraction is offering behind the scenes tours, so visitors can experience a new persepective on life at the marine wonderland.

The new tour allows visitors to closely explore the attraction's everyday processes and learn about what marine experts do to nurture turtles, feed marine life and keep 2.5 million litres of water at the highest quality.

The tour offers encounters with marine life, taking visitors through some of the attraction's most important parts including the sand filtration and filter zone, food preparation room, holding and recovery tanks, Shark Dive Xtreme preparation area and the turtle rescue, rehabilitation and release zone.

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