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Skip-The-Line: SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium Admission

by Merlin Entertainment Duration 8h 30m Free cancellation available No booking or credit card fees
per adult Price is AU$41
Amazing! 4.7/5 Expedia Guest Rating View all 2 Expedia Verified Reviews

Still miss your first goldfish Flounder? Grab this chance to check-in on his entire extended family. Featuring more than 10,000 colourful sea creatures and scaly critters (even saltwater crocodiles), this ticket to the SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium reminds you that all great things come from under the sea.

Take it from the top when it comes to SEA LIFE’s 12 natural habitats. Admire the crew of King Penguins' coordinating tuxes within their icy arena (dubbed Penguin Playground for a reason – this group knows how to have a good time). Then head to the Croc Lair and catch a glimpse – an up-close glimpse – at the toothy grins of Pinjarra, one of the biggest captive crocodiles in the world.

Make way for the lush, tropical greenery of Rainforest Adventure. Humid, balmy and home to bugs, turtles and frogs, this exceptional exhibit features a touch pool, perfect for curious little ones. Big-bellied seahorses craft an underwater wonderland worth a second look. And don’t forget to stop at the aquarium’s internationally-recognised Weedy Seadragon breeding facility.

**Daredevils who didn’t flinch during Jaws should take a look at the Bay of Rays. Stocked with the world’s only display of Elephant Sharks, this unique peek into Port Phillip Bay portrays marine life in an untouched, memorable manner.

Still miss your first goldfish Flounder? Grab this chance to check-in on his entire extended family. Featuring more than 10,000 colourful sea creatures and scaly critters (even saltwater crocodiles), this ticket to the SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium reminds you that all great things come from under the sea.

Take it from the top when it comes to SEA LIFE’s 12 natural habitats. Admire the crew of King Penguins' coordinating tuxes within their icy arena (dubbed Penguin Playground for a reason – this group knows how to have a good time). Then head to the Croc Lair and catch a glimpse – an up-close glimpse – at the toothy grins of Pinjarra, one of the biggest captive crocodiles in the world.

Make way for the lush, tropical greenery of Rainforest Adventure. Humid, balmy and home to bugs, turtles and frogs, this exceptional exhibit features a touch pool, perfect for curious little ones. Big-bellied seahorses craft an underwater wonderland worth a second look. And don’t forget to stop at the aquarium’s internationally-recognised Weedy Seadragon breeding facility.

**Daredevils who didn’t flinch during Jaws should take a look at the Bay of Rays. Stocked with the world’s only display of Elephant Sharks, this unique peek into Port Phillip Bay portrays marine life in an untouched, memorable manner.

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Melbourne Sea Life Aquarium Admission

Duration 8h 30m Free cancellation No booking or credit card fees
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AU$40.50

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Skip-The-Line: SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium Admission

Activity Location

SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium

Corner of King Street and Flinders Street

Melbourne 3000

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium

    King Street King Street

    Melbourne 3000


Highlights

  • 12 themed zones with vibrant & natural marine habitats

  • Exploration & discovery of more than 10,000 aquatic animals

  • A look at Pinjarra – one of world's largest captive crocodiles

  • A glimpse into the dazzling world of seahorses

  • Daily feeding shows & educational talks


Inclusions

  • Priority admission to SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium


Know Before You Book

  • Children aged 3 and younger are complimentary.

  • Opening hours are 9:30am - 5:30pm


Skip-The-Line: SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium Admission ratings based on 2 Verified Reviews

Verified Reviews

4.7 out of 5

A verified traveller

Australia

Jan 15, 2017

I imagine that aquariums that are as large as

this are expensive to run so what they were able to provide was well done considering. My boy had lots of fun and the interactive activities along the way were a winner.