Is Mako Island real?


Mako Island is a fictitious setting for the Australian teen television show "H2O: Just Add Water" and is not a real, designated or recognized place. The setting is animated, and the scenes were filmed on the Gold Coast of Australia, at Warner Roadshow Movie World Studios and at Sea World.

"H2O: Just Add Water" aired from 2006 to 2010 on the Nickelodeon Australia network. Maki Island was an integral part of the show, serving as a deserted island where the show's stars, three teenage girls, became mermaids. A spinoff series titled "Secret of Mako Island" used the same fabricated island setting, filming there for six months in 2012.

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