Melbourne Aquarium – Amazing Worlds to Discover2 February, 2011
Where else in the world can you get penguins from the cold Antarctica climate, tropical marine creatures and sharks, stingrays from the Australian Ocean all under one roof? Interestingly, the Melbourne Aquarium managed to do just that and visitors to the aquarium were treated to 4 different type of marine world to discover – from the Antarctica World where you can check out Australia’s only King and Gentoo penguins swimming and playing in their icy home to …
… the Weird and Wonderful World where enchanting sea horses and a whole host of unique marine creatures roam. Next check out the unforgettable Australian Ocean experience with 360 degree views of sharks, stingrays, turtles and thousands of fishes in the 2.2 million litre Oceanarium as seen in the video below:
For more pictures of our visit to the Melbourne Aquarium, check out PassportChop.com Facebook album on the aquarium.
The Melbourne Aquarium is locate on the Yarra River banks opposite the Crown Entertainment Complex. For visitor information on opening time and ticket pricing, refer to Melbourne Aquarium website.
Albert2 February, 2011 at 10:27 pm
Great post – thanks. looking forward to checking out the aquarium!
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travelyn11 April, 2011 at 7:10 pm
My first trip to Melbourne was last year (twice). Still didn’t get to the aquarium, they are one of my favorite places to visit. Melbourne aquarium sounds like they have it all. Interesting article and a nice blog.
VicBus winery tour18 March, 2012 at 11:13 am
Melbourne aquarium is definitely amazing and don’t cost much to visit. I was the there a wks ago and also visited the sky deck. Have you been to the sky deck?
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