What a wonderful evening it was to be part of the world's most environmentally sensitive and naturally formed dolphin habitat, teeming with fish and sea life, all set amongst beautiful tropical settings.
I can't think of a more amazing place to have a meal and now you too can have dinner with the dolphins. Over a wonderful meal the stars of the show are sea worlds dolphin family. They will delight you with their grace and agility as they burst into life in an amazing display.
You will have front row seats for dinner. In line with the dolphins, you will dine on beautiful and sumptuous seafood, served directly on the edge of the main lagoon.
At this point the Dinner with the Dolphins is for groups only, especially companies, however if you are looking for a fabulous place to have an amazing event why not consider this as your destination and get a group of friends together.
It will certainly give your guests something delightful to talk about.
You can contact SeaWorld on the Gold Coast for enquiries about dinner with the dolphins.
If you are more of an early bird, they also do breakfast with the dolphins.
The Dolphin Lagoon doubles as a unique breakfast session providing a magical place for a wonderful hot buffet breakfast as the dolphins begin the day with the spectacular display for you.
Once they have completed their performance, you can also enjoy 'The Deep Water Experience', which is an interactive dolphin session featuring dolphin bows, dolphin hugs and full water involvement with one of the chosen dolphins.
If you're not feeling quite so adventurous, you can choose a 'Shallow Water Experience' which will allow you the opportunity to meet a dolphin in waist deep water.
It is an amazing, educational, fun experience and they will even take your photograph with a dolphin.
Minimum guests numbers are 15 and a maximum of 25 for this event
Sea World is open every day of the year except Christmas Day.
Bookings can be tailored to your time frame.
Sea World is located on the Gold Coast in the south east corner of the Australian State of Queensland, just a 20 minute drive north of Surfers Paradise and 45 minutes south of Brisbane.