Everything you need to know about SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium
What is there to see at SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium?
With over 10,000 aquatic animals on display, there’s plenty to see and do at SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium as you dive into 12 different habitat zones.
At Penguin Playground, watch the majestic King and cheeky Gentoo penguins slip and slide across snow and ice, splash around in the penguin pool, and steal each other’s rocks to build their nests.
Explore three interactive zones pulsing with thousands of jellyfish and spectacular light projections at Ocean Invaders. The Jelly Lab allows guests to look behind the scenes at aquarium staff tending to these beautiful, sometimes deadly creatures.
Spot Fiddler rays, Port Jackson sharks and other residents of Melbourne’s iconic Port Phillip Bay at Bay of Rays, complete with a crawl-through display for kids.
There are plenty of exotic sea critters in the colourful underwater wonderland of Coral Atoll. See if you can find Nemo the Clown Fish and Dory the Southern Blue Tang!
Experience a rainbow of beautiful seahorse and sea dragon species at Seahorse Pier, home to the internationally recognised Weedy Seadragon breeding program.
You can get your hands wet and touch sea critters like shark eggs and sea stars under the supervision of aquarium staff at the Discovery Rockpools: a popular activity with the kids.
Meet Pinjarra, one of Australia’s largest saltwater crocodiles at over five metres long and 750kg heavy, at Crocodile Lair. This 55-year-old male croc is housed in a unique exhibit that you can investigate from 360 degrees over two spectacular viewing levels.
Emerge into a lush, humid tropical environment at Rainforest Adventure to meet turtles, snakes, lizards and frogs. Here you’ll find the unique lungfish, which can breathe air, wriggle over land and live up to 50 years old.
Submerged is an interactive digital experience that takes guests on a digital journey through living light inspired by the bioluminescent underwater world and the incredible ocean animals that live in it, like the dazzling firefly squid. This large-scale temporary exhibition will be open until December 2023, while SEA LIFE Melbourne's 2.2 million litre Ocranarium display undergoes renovations.
Finally, join some of your favourite on-screen characters as they have an icy adventure that you’ll share in thanks to fun 4D technology in the 4D cinema experience.