A perfect way to have a close up view of creatures and plants from the water. Interactive ponds for children to be able to touch small sea creatures.
Went with family visiting from overseas in early January. The aquarium had extended opening hours at the time. We found the admission fees expensive, about $34 per adult. There were no activities on, the cafes were closed and no tour to take you around. We had to walk around on our own with a map, however places were not clearly... More
It is a little pricey to get in, but once you are in there you can take your time marvelling at the really well designed exhibits. From the penguin enclosure with underwater viewing area, to the darkened jellyfish room, and the amazing shark enclosure with tunnels where the sharks swim over and around you, there is so much to see... More
We thought it was very expensive and pretty small, 40 minutes after arriving we were in the gift shop and couldn't believe that was it. The penguin enclosure was pretty small and very crowded because it was the school holidays, it looks tired overall and needs some updating pretty disappointing. Our tip go to the zoo instead which is amazing... More
highlights included the penguins as well as the rays and sharks swimming just above our heads. lots of different and colorful fish. we ate in the cafe and got very poor overpriced food
Tip: Look out for 20% discount coupons on hand outs in City Circle Tram and Hotel Reception. Has a good collection on display. Give yourself 3 hrs and check timing for feeding time. Worth the visit.
We headed to the Aquarium in March 2011. I had been saying for years that we really must go and see it. I really enjoyed the Penguins and could have stood watching them for hours, but it was quite crowded so we moved on. As for the rest of the aquarium, I can't say I was really fussed. There were... More
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