Take a journey through Australia's rich and diverse marine ecosystems and discover the world's largest collection of ... More
Take a journey through Australia's rich and diverse marine ecosystems and discover the world's largest collection of all-Australian aquatic life, with over 12,000 marine animals. Walk underwater and come face to face with dozens of fierce sharks, giant rays, a ferocious saltwater crocodile. For the fainter of heart, watch playful seals, a platypus, and adorable penguins. Sydney Aquarium is home to the largest Great Barrier Reef exhibit in the world and interactive touch pools that feel just like being at Sydney's sea-side rock pools. Purchase tickets online to receive a ten percent discount.
We landed in Sydney and we wanted to find a place to go. We asked the taxi driver where to go. The taxi driver recomanded us to go to the Sydney aquarium. The taxi driver brought us to the Sydney aquarium. It was agreat exprience to go to the Sydney aquarium. Although it was very warm there. At least you made us have fun. Thank You for being so good to my family and I.
We had just landed in Sydney and we needed to kill a decent chunk of time until our hotel room was ready. We were just walking around the city when I saw the aquarium and suggested we go. When we first went it I thought I had picked a horrible place to go and thought my friends and husband would ban me from picking anything else. That was until we went to see the sharks! It was really interesting.
It is overrated,not worth the admission fee,certainly a money spinner by the queues of tourists ,perhaps thats all it is meant to be.A much better bet is the Manly aquarium ;It is not such a feeling of mug tourist; The staff are friendlier too!Perhaps Sydney Aquarium is suited to overfed yanks ,it is afterall just a stagger back to the block of flats they call cruise liners today.Brian.
I enjoyed my visit to the Aquarium, but at the end of my day found it a lot to take in all at once. The larger pools, seals, etc. were nice to see. The poor croc seemed a bit cramped in his little habitat. I found the twisting/turning tunnel-like access to the larger pools, although a good use of limited space, a bit tedious, especially when the crowd was thick. But informative is the operative word at this venue! Everything here you need or want to know about fish, the sea, Australia's marine and waterlife.
The walk through tanks were unforgettable! As you walked in the fish and sharks were swimming above you, it seemed as though they were flying. They were much larger in person! I could have spend the entire day there, plan to stay atleast 3 hours as the tanks are worth taking your time.
its crystal clear that not only is it the best aquarium ever but its got the best features ever the best part is you dont have to be young to enjoy it. i and my to young feral sons absouloutly loved the sharks, stingrays and all the colourful fish cant wait till next holidays... hope to see use there.
peace out. ;}
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