One of Melbourne's top attractions for families, SEA LIFE Melbourne is home to a dizzying array of marine life species spread out over 12 different zones each following a different theme. The ideal indoor Melbourne attraction for rainy days, Melbourne Aquarium blends observational opportunities with a number of talks and presentations, while also allowing visitors and children to go hands-on via touch pools, kids learning activities, and more.
Each of the aquarium's zones focuses on a different part of the underwater and aquatic world, ranging from mangroves and the shallows where you'll see starfish and cuttlefish, to coral reefs full of colour-rich creatures such as jellyfish and where you'll be able to "find Nemo", to massive crocodiles, fearsome sharks and many more. It's an attraction where learning and fun go hand in hand, and various auxilliary activities for kids, such as a 4D cinema show, make a visit of several hours here well worthwhile and great value for money.
In total, there are over 10,000 marine animals on display at Melbourne Aquarium, making for a must-visit while in Melbourne - so be sure to grab your tickets online here today.
Mon - Fri
1000 - 1730 hrs (last entry 1630hrs)
Sat - Sun, School Holidays, Public Holidays
0930 - 1800 hrs (last entry 1700hrs)
Operating hours are subject to change without notice and we advise that you check the official website while planning your visit. It is strongly recomended to allow approximately 2 hours for your exciting journey through the aquarium.
Daily talks and feed times can be found here.
How to Use
Please present a printed or mobile voucher at the attraction's ticketing counter on the day of your visit.
Upon purchase of the ticket, you will receive an email confirmation with e-ticket/e-voucher within two days. Tours and tickets are subjected to availability and are not confirmed until a second confirmation email is received.
King St Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
|Melbourne Aquarium is located in the CBD, on the banks of Yarra River at the corner of King St and Flinders St, Melbourne, Victoria 3000.|
A short walk from either Flinders St or Southern Cross train stations.
|Melbourne Aquarium tram stop is on Flinders Street, directly out the front of the attraction. It services routes 70 and 75, and the free City Circle Tram.|