HUNTER SHARK SANCTUARY CHANGING ATTITUDES

A Port Stephens tourist attraction is using education to attack misconceptions about sharks.

Home to 58 different species of marine life, Irukandji Shark and Ray Encounters is also evolving into a sanctuary for the injured.

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From Tea Gardens Hawks Nest, Stephen began his media career with NBN 20 years ago before joining National Nine News. After several years in management roles with the Newcastle Knights, the Hunter Medical Research Institute and private enterprise, he returned to NBN News as a reporter and presenter while studying law. Stephen is a practising solicitor, admitted to the Supreme Court of New South Wales.