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Accessibility Guide

The waterway should be fun for everyone!

At Sea World Cruises, we are committed to providing experiences that are inclusive and accessible to families and people with a range of physical, sensory and intellectual abilities. This Accessibility Guide aims to accurately describe our services, facilities and amenities to give you confidence that we can meet your specific requirements when you visit us.

Booking Process

How to get in touch with us and make an accessible booking

Medical Conditions

Important safety information to ensure your tour is memorable for all the right reasons

Companion Cardholders

How to secure discounted tickets for companions

Sensory Guide

Identifies sensory stimuli that guests are expected to experience during their visit

Assistance Animals

Our policy, facilities and tips for animal wellbeing while on board

Seasickness Advice

Tips to avoid symptoms of seasickness and make the most of your cruise

Sea World Departure Location

Getting here, parking and getting on board from Sea World

Surfers Paradise Departure Location

Getting here, parking and getting on board from Surfers Paradise

Spirit of Elston

Access information for our wheelchair-friendly sightseeing and dining vessel

Spirit of Migaloo II

Detailed access information for our flagship, wheelchair-friendly whale watching vessel


Access information for our original, water-level viewing whale watching and charter vessel