How much does it cost to go to SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium?

$49 $39.20
General Admission

Ticket Type Price on the day/School Holidays/Weekends SAVE 20% – Pre-book online in advance on weekdays
Adult $49 $39.20
Child (3-15 yrs) $36 $28.80
Student or Senior* $39 $31.20
Child (0-2 yrs) FREE FREE

How long does it take to go around Sea Life Aquarium?

1 to 1.5 hours
On average it will take you 1 to 1.5 hours to enjoy the full experience of SEA LIFE London Aquarium. However, this depends completely on you and how long you would like to enjoy our underwater world.

Can I use my voucher at aquarium?

SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium now accepts your dine and discover vouchers! The NSW Government has launched the Dine & Discover NSW scheme to encourage the community to support dining, arts and tourism businesses and stimulate spending in the economy.

How long does the Sea Life Aquarium Take Sydney?

SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium is a large attraction and we recommend that you allow around 90 minutes for your visit.

How long do Sea Life tickets last?

for 90 days
For example, if you buy your ticket from this website, or in person at SEA LIFE London Aquarium, you will be booked into your chosen time slot. From this point, your ticket is valid for all other attractions for 90 days.

How long can you stay in sea life?

On average it will take about one to two hours enjoy the full SEA LIFE experience. However, you can spend as long as you’d like with our marine creatures. Your general admission ticket does not permit re-entry.

Can you combine dine and discover?

You can only redeem one Dine & Discover NSW Voucher per day at a business. However, you can combine your voucher with another person’s voucher towards the same bill (if the business allows bill-splitting).

Can you use Dine and Discover online?

For starters, you’ll want to check that the venue is a participating business using the Dine & Discover NSW business finder. Also, know that the vouchers can’t be used for alcohol, tobacco, gambling or online orders.

Why did Manly Aquarium close?

After 50 years, the Manly Sea Life Sanctuary is closing down for good. The family favourite tourism attraction will close on Sunday, January 28th due to increasing maintenance costs. Aquarium spokesman Rob Townsend talks to Steve Price about why they’re closing and the incredible logistics of moving all of the animals.

Can you see kangaroos in Sydney?

Suburban Sydney The best place to see kangaroos and koalas in Sydney BY FAR is Featherdale Sydney Wildlife Park. Also located in Western Sydney, this wildlife park is exclusively for Australian native animals and features a variety of kangaroos, koalas, crocodiles, echidnas, and much more!