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Visiting Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium

4.5 (100%) 155 votes

A well-built aquarium located in Melbourne which houses variety kinds of mammals, fishes, insects, as well as penguins enclosure as its special attraction.

Elated Excursion in Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium

Elated Excursion in Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium

1. Ice Age 4D Cinema Experience

1. Ice Age 4D Cinema Experience

Who does not know Ice Age? The animated series that tell us about mammals surviving the Paleolithic ice age are now available in Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium in 4D. Join the zaniest adventure to date by watching one of its film No Time For Nuts along with our buddies Manny, Diego, and Sid. We can guarantee that the film experience will go beyond your expectation as the 4-D special effects are prepared to make you laugh and have fun as if you experience the icy cold period.

2. Penguin Playground

2. Penguin Playground

In Penguin Playground, the visitors are able to get closer with the majestic King, the vibrant and impressive kind of penguins that are exciting to watch, and cheeky Gentoo penguins, the curious and outgoing characters with the endless supply of energy, across the snow-covered ice field and pool. Applied for Penguin Passport, the exclusive 75 minutes penguin experience will take you behind the scenes along with these adorable creatures, which are also the fastest underwater swimming bird in the world. The tour also includes all day aquarium admission so you can see all that Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium has to offer.

3. Bay of Rays

3. Bay of Rays

In Bay of Rays, the visitors will encounter some of the marine creatures that love hiding beyond our plain sight most of the time. The animals in this area include Fiddler rays (Trygonorrhina), a genus of guitarfish which favors shallow, sandy bays, rocky reefs, and seagrass beds and can be found to a depth of 120 m (the Eastern type) and 180 m (the Southern type). Don't forget about the iconic Port Jackson shark (Heterodontus portusjacksoni), the nocturnal and oviparous bullhead shark which can be found in the coastal region of Southern Australia. Its large and blunt head with enhanced forehead ridges and dark brown harness-like markings on a lighter grey-brown body will surprise you once you can spot it among the reefs.

4. Rainforest Adventure

4. Rainforest Adventure

Despite its main focus is the aquarium, Sea Life Melbourne also provides a rainforest where visitors are able to experience the lush and humid temperatures of the tropical north while seeing animals like turtles, snakes, lizards, and frogs as well as unique Australian animal called Lungfish. The creature is known for its retaining characteristics primitive that able it to breathe air and to have lobed fins with a well-developed internal skeleton. Lungfish is omnivorous as it eats many kinds of fish, insect, crustaceans, worms, mollusks, amphibians, and plant matter where the Rainforest provides all that it needs to survive in the wild nature.

5. Coral Atoll

5. Coral Atoll

Lastly, the visitors are able to dive, though not so literally, into the home of exotic animals in Coral Atoll. The animals included in this area are moray eels which consist of Synder's moray (Anarchias leucurus) and giant moray (Gymnothorax javanicus) that often cooperated in hunting with Roving Coral Groupers (Plectropomus pessuliferus) by the head-shaking initiation between them, rationalized by the ability of morays to enter narrow crevices and flush prey from niches not accessible to the groupers. Moreover, the visitors are able to see hundreds of multi-colored fish, as well as the famous Southern Blue Tang which is depicted by Dory in film Finding Nemo.

Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

There are several ticket categories applied for Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium such as General Admission for AUD 33.60 (adult) and AUD 22.40 (children), Flexible ticket which can be purchased by online for AUD 42 (only for adult), Sea Life Melbourne and Legoland Ticket Package for Adult with Children for AUD 45, Penguin Passport which can be purchased by online for AUD 149, and Shark Dive Xtreme Experience for AUD 1999 in Off-Peak Season.

How To Get Around?

Everyone is able to explore Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium, including people who have walking impairment and disability as the Aquarium is accessible for people in wheelchairs via either a lift or ramp.

What Should I Wear?

It is best to wear comfortable outfits such as shirt, cardigan, and pants along with the various types of footwear, such as sneakers, sandals, or even high heels. The revealing clothes are not advised as the temperature inside the venues may be considered as too breezy by some people with low-tolerance toward cold temperature.

Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium Facts

Best Time to Visit

You can visit Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium from Monday to Friday from 10 am to 5.30 pm (last entry at 4.30 pm) and Weekends, School Holidays, and Public Holidays from 9.30 am to 6 pm (last entry at 5 pm).

Currency

Australian Dollar (AUD)

Will I Need a Guide?

You don't necessarily need a guide to explore Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium as the venues are included with pretty much helpful information about the animals that exhibited in the display.

How To Get There?

You can reach Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium by taking public transportations, such as Tram number 109 (from Box Hill Central), 12 (from The League of Honest Coffee, Melbourne) or 70 (from Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne), Train from Hurstbridge or Sandringham, and Bus number 200 (from the League of Honest Coffee, Melbourne), 302 (from Box Hill Central), 907 (from Apple Doncaster), or Skybus (from T3 Domestic - Virgin Australia and Regional Express Terminal).

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