Sea World to host a magical Christmas party under the sea

Sea World to host a magical Christmas party under the sea

Christmas will come early at the Gold Coast's iconic Sea World Plaza this year where guests will be dining with dolphins in a magical under the sea themed setting.

The Al Fresco covered event will offer a festive dinner buffet and a four-hour beverage package for what is sure to be the party of the year.

With breathtaking entertainment including a live band, a photo booth, and midway games, this corporate Christmas is one you will not want to miss.

Dress to impress in cocktail or evening wear with comfortable footwear for a night under the sea.

 

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