Fancy sleeping with fish?
Then Airbnb’s latest listing, a studio apartment floating on the Great Barrier Reef, might be for you.
The travel site is launching a competition that will see the lucky winner (and three lucky guests) spend the night in one of the world’s greatest natural wonders, for one night only.
The studio features a master double bedroom and two bunk beds, as well as an open-air living space.
Of course, the real attraction is the vast expanse of water below, containing 1,625 different types of fish, 133 varieties of sharks and rays and more than 30 species of whales and dolphins.
The package includes a diving session with the studio’s host. It also comes fully inclusive with meals prepared by a professional chef, and you’ll be able to go diving with the hosts.
Though, it isn’t free reign. Airbnb has set out the following rules: no clownfish jokes, speak like a whale, spot all 13 resident sea turtles, and don’t bark at the seals.
Rules are rules, and for a stay in a floating bedroom plus potentially scoring top bunk, they’re a small price to pay.
The contest, timed to coincide with the release of the new Disney Pixar film Finding Dory, and is accepting submissions from June 9 at 5 pm Australian Eastern Standard Time until June 30 at 11:59 pm Australian Eastern Standard Time.
For more information, see www.airbnb.com.