Billed as “The World’s Largest Oceanarium”, this is a real jaw-dropper, but what will also take your breath away are the crowds at weekends, so go early (and by early we mean arrive before opening time, tickets in hand!) or wait for a weekday. There’s too much to take in on just one visit (you can upgrade your day tickets to an annual pass when you exit), but some highlights are the sea jellies section and the enormous “Ocean Dome” with its enormous manta rays and sharks. There are plenty of little restaurants and cafes along the way too, and the whole thing (if you go at a pretty speedy pace) should take you about 45-60 minutes to go around. It’s all stroller friendly, and there’s a nursing and baby-change room just outside the exit to the aquarium.
Open 10am – 7pm daily. Ticket price for adults (Peak times) $29. Kids aged 4-12 years $20. Under 4 years old are free. Prices do not include Priority Queueing or Typhoon Theatre.
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