Create A Culture

The Findomia is a habitat to many fish. But, it is open to any other fish out in ocean. Come and join the community of FINDOMIA.

We are located of the East Australian Current


The community of Findomia is located in the Great Barrier Reef off the coasts of Queensland, Australia. Therefore, School of Fish runs on Queensland’s education system. The Schooling starts with a preparatory Year followed by 12 years of primary and secondary school. The education includes English, math, science, and foreign languages such as whale. School here is not mandatory for everyone, but any type of fish, male or female, is welcome. Here at the School of Fish, you can start at the age of 6 years old until you turn 16 years old, or complete year 10, whichever comes first. Finally, The School of Fish is free of cost, even transportation from our rays. DON’T WORRY, THEY DON’T STING US*


Findomia is protected by the Sharks, because of their friendly slogan “FISH ARE FRIENDS NOT FOOD!” As long as we are nice to them, they will be nice to us. Here, the citizens feel safe because who isn't scared of sharks. The sharks are Bruce- the Great White shark and leader of the trio of sharks, Anchor- the Hammerhead Shark, and Chum- the Mako Shark. Citizens of Findomia can call (SHARKS) at 74-27-57, can yell in whale, or cut themselves so the sharks can detect the blood from far distances.


Here in Findomia the original language that everyone knows is english. Some have Australian accents because we live off the coast of Australia. Also, you can learn the language of WhAAAAAllllllE! English is written the same as in any other place, buty whale is written with many letters late start off with Caps and go in a pattern from big to small. Ex. FFFFFiiiiiiiiiDooooooMMMMMMiiiiiiAAAAAA!!! This has a significant part in Findomia, because we are always talking to each other and asking questions.

Creative Expressions:

Our population usually does many activities when they are bored. These can vary from touching the butt, going through the East Australian Current, and jumping through jelly fish. First off, touching the butt is a very crazy sport. The contestant must go out into open waters and touch the butt of a boat, but this can be dangerous because of the scuba divers. second off the list, is going through the East Australian Current where you can interact with the sea turtles. This is the turtles requests. “We're gonna have a great jump today. Okay, first crank a hard cutback as you hit the wall. There's a screaming bottom curve, so watch out. Remember: rip it, roll it, and punch it.”Finally jumping through jelly fish. It is a race across a dangerous terrain. Be careful not to get stung because it will hurt., and remember have fun.

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