- $25 for a child entry with meal (total value up to $37.45)
- $35 for an adult entry with meal (total value up to $55.95)
- Menu includes:
- Aussie burger (vegetable, chicken or beef ) with chips and a soft drink
- Fish and chips with a soft drink
- Hot dog with chips and a soft drink
- Explore a variety of zones and go on an underwater journey through Australia’s unique freshwater and marine environments at SEA LIFE Sydney
- Immerse in the brand new Penguin Expedition; an experience that allows visitors to get up close and personal to a colony of King and Gentoo penguins during a sensory and educational sub-Antarctic boat journey!
- Visit the South Coast Shipwreck environment and discover a vast array of animals native to Southern Oceans including the popular colony of little penguins
- Dive into the Jurassic Seas and venture into the depths of the ocean and meet weird wonderful living fossils including Port Jackson sharks, jellyfish and lungfish
- Stop by Dugong Island, home to a pair of dugongs Pig and Waru and also containing a range of other animals including eagle rays, various shark species and dozens of species of fish
- Guests can face their fears on the Shark Walk and walk over some of the world’s biggest aquarium sharks, including lemon and grey nurse sharks, before journeying deep under the sea and exploring the depths of Shark Valley
- Wonder at the Great Barrier Reef oceanarium - the largest in the world - just like the Great Barrier Reef itself! It includes the stunning Reef Theatre, a huge floor-to-ceiling window into the reef. Take a seat, kick back and watch the show as hundreds of fish, sharks and sawfish cruise the reef before your eyes
- Satisfy hunger with a meal of choice
SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium
SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium is located on Darling Harbour, a short walk from the CBD. The aquarium is home to a huge array of species, from around Australia and the world, and is divided into distinct habitats designed to replicate their natural ecosystems. Zones include homes to Australian ray species like fantail rays, white-spotted guitarfish and the blue-spotted maskray; homes for barramundi, saratoga and the ‘living fossil’ lungfish; as well as the South Coast Shipwreck, home of weedy sea dragons, pineapple fish, octopi and little penguins.