What is Shark Eyes?

Shark Eyes is visual shark deterrent designed and used by the most experienced watermen in Australia. Abalone divers have more natural encounters with sharks than anyone else. Read More…

Created by Professionals

Abalone divers, shark researchers, marine scientists and professional water sports athletes endorse and use Shark Eyes.

Affordable Risk Reduction

Shark Eyes products are designed to be affordable and accessible to all ocean lovers. There’s no recharging, no impact on your performance & no installation issues.

First Hand Knowledge

Shark Eyes was designed using the valuable knowledge and experience from scientists and professional watermen. We listen to people who spend the most time with sharks in the water.

Behavioural Research

Our inspiration came from nature, where ‘fake’ eyes help to protect from predators. Professional watermen and shark scientists know that when eye contact is made with a shark, it changes its behaviour. Often moving away to find ‘safer’ prey that it can surprise.

Our Story

Shark Eyes founder, Shanan Worrall, has spent his life in some of the sharkiest places in Australian waters. He’s had many shark interactions personally, and been present during several shark attacks.  He’s an abalone diver, spear fisherman and renowned big wave surfer…

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Shark Eyes Ambassadors

Created from real water experience and first hand shark behaviour knowledge. Meet the crew behind Shark Eyes. They’re some of the world’s leading abalone divers, spearfishermen, professional surfers and watermen.

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Founder
Shanan Worrall

Shanan is a true waterman, and West Aussie “underground hellman”
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Founder of One Ocean International
Joe Knight

Having had interactions with all the biggest predatory sharks that cruise around Australia
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Professional Surfer
Trent Munro

Trent started surfing before he could actually swim, on the inside point of his Dad’s surfboard
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2x Shark attack survivor & Abalone Diver
Greg Pickering

My second shark attack happened when I was abalone diving 160 kms east of Esperance
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Professional Stand Up Surfer and all round Waterman
Justin Holland

This frother is a genuine waterman who’s at near the top of any sport he does. He’s a professional SUP surfer, a big wave surfer and a former WQS surfer
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Professional Sports Photographer and Waterman
Russell Ord

Russell “Ordy” Ord is a renowned international photographer who spends a lot of time dangling around surf breaks
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Professional Kite surfer
Ryland Blakeney

I have been surfing since the age of 5 and I love the ocean. I couldn’t imagine my life without it!
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Oceanographer and Marine Scientist
Cristiana Damiano

Cristiana is Marine Scientist & Oceanographer with a deep passion for sharks and the ocean
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Abalone Diver and Shark Researcher
Marc Payne

During daylight hours, Marc pretty well lives underwater in the worlds most shark infested waters off Australia’s south coast
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Professional Big Wave Surfer
Mick Corbett

When you’re sitting next to a guy getting attacked, it changes everything
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Abalone Diver
Cameron Spencer

Cameron is an abalone diver, surfer, kite surfer, free diver & fisherman in Esperance
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7x New Zealand Spearfishing Champion
Julian Hansford

I turned to look over my shoulder and there was a large Bronze Whaler Shark
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Marine Science University of Tasmania
Dr Kristen Perks

Dr Kristen Perks is a marine scientist who specialises in fish endocrinology
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University of Stirling Scotland and University of Tasmania
Dr Mark Porter

My professional life has involved many fish species, but sharks have always been my passion
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Abalone Diver
Andrew Roe

As an abalone diver, I’ve spent thousands of hours underwater and come into contact with my fair share of sea life
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For all commercial and bulk orders, please contact Shark Eyes directly:
e: shanan@sharkeyes.com.au
m: +61 (0) 401 056 351

PO BOX 2185, Margaret River, 6285

Call us today on +61 (0) 401 056 351 or email shanan@sharkeyes.com.au