Shark & Ray Gardens

Loganholme

The Shark and Ray Gardens in Loganholme is Logan’s best kept secret – an interactive aquarium where you can pat and play with nurse sharks and stingrays.

Shark & Ray Gardens

Located inside Nielsen’s Native Nursery, this hidden gem offers a unique experience that’s educational and fun for all ages.

Shark & ray Gardens

Learn all about these fascinating sea creatures as you interact in the water with friendly rays and sharks, swimming over feet and between legs.  

Shark & ray Gardens

Visitors are introduced to various species of rays and sharks, all rescued from the nets of trawlers and rehomed here by owner operator Paul Baker, and given the rare chance to hold and pat each one; including a tawny nurse shark, leopard shark, and fan favourites Gizmo the bluespotted ribbontail ray and Doug the giant shovelnose ray (guitarfish).

Shark & ray Gardens

Nice to know - If you make a purchase from Nielsen's Native Nursery, Marine Mates or Lorikeet's Café, you’ll receive a discounted entry to the Shark and Ray Gardens.

*Prices correct at time of visiting in Jan 2019.

By Deb Lidster

Shark & Ray Gardens    

49-51 Beenleigh-Redland Bay Rd

Loganholme

Opening hours

A$25 C$15*

F$65 (2A + 2C)*

0472 703 389

Map

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