A night on the water, surrounded by the world's largest natural wonder isn't an opportunity that comes along too often. But Airbnb, as a part of an environmental program and a promotion for the upcoming Finding Nemo sequel Finding Dory, is going to make that an Ellen Degeneres-free reality.
The ocean-top bungalow, awarded in a contest, will give its short-term residents a unique view of the breathtaking Great Barrier Reef, which is nearly the size of California. They'll stay on the above "floating apartment," whose listing says it has two bedrooms and a bathroom that is presumably not the ocean.
Guests will have a host familiar with the reef and a team of marine biologists to guide them through a one-of-a-kind experience of the reef. Not only is the winner getting scientists at your disposal like a volcano-dwelling villain, they'll have meals cooked on-site by Australian chef Neil Perry.
This isn't the first time Airbnb has collaborated with partners to provide unique experiences, like the TMNT lair in New York or when a couple was allowed to stay at Fenway Park in 2015.