Discover the worlds largest collection of Australian aquatic life at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium including 1 of only 5 dugongs on display in the world, playful penguins, amazing endangered Grey Nurse Sharks in Shark Valley, the world-famous Great Barrier Reef Exhibit and the new Jurassic Seas zone.
Come on a journey of amazing discovery through SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium’s unique aquatic environments and discover an incredible 13,000 animals from 700 different species.
Explore 12 themed zones including the all-new Jurassic Seas, Dugong Island, Southcoast Shipwreck, Discovery Rockpool, Sydney Harbour and the world’s largest Great Barrier Reef display.
Face your fears on Shark Walk, walking over huge sharks and journey into the depths of the new Shark Valley, home to the skeletal remains of a giant whale, the tumbled-down ruins of an ancient stone temple and the largest variety of sharks and rays.
Along the way you’ll encounter some of the world’s most incredible animals unique to each habitat, including one of only five dugongs on display anywhere in the world, huge sharks, mysterious stingrays, penguins, an array of tropical fish and much, much more. Hop aboard the Penguin Expedition, the world’s-first ride-through experience that takes explorers on a journey to meet our spectacular sub-Antarctic King and Gentoo penguins, at a cool six degrees Celsius.
With daily talks and feeds, SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium is an ideal adventure for the individual or the family as a whole!
From the depths of the ancient oceans in Jurassic Seas, to the majestic sights of the world’s biggest and most impressive Great Barrier Reef exhibit, a trip to SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium takes you around Australia’s coastline, out into its oceans and up into its waterways – all without leaving the city!
Please note, the family pass is valid for two adults and two children.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
This experience takes place in Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW.