The small underwater world is located a few meters below the lake level. Through the glass, you can see the view of the feet of wild ducks and the swimming fish in the lake. Tourists can visit this attraction for free after taking the jet boat ashore.
We entered the underwater world of Queenstown for free by KJet. There are so many fish, salmon, all kinds of trout. You can still see them vying for food with a coin of 1 yuan.
Although the place is small, there are coral reefs and marine life full of colorful charm. There are more than 1,000 kinds of marine life, 16 kinds of special corals, and people feed sharks and other fish every day. You can also make a reservation in advance to dive with the shark for 30 minutes.
The Underwater Observatory in Queenstown offers fascinating entertainment for all ages. It shows the underwater inhabitants of Lake Wakatipu including cheeky diving mallard ducks, massive rainbow trout and slinky NZ Longfin eels. Longfin eels are an endangered fish species and the biggest freshwater eels in the world. The Observatory has very big fish and eels enjoying the pellets that you can buy and drop into the water. A nice little outing if you are visiting Queenstown.
The facilities are a bit basic, but the view from the sea is good.
Undersea City is a free to visit attraction. You can see a lot of trout here. It is very beautiful and the natural scenery is very beautiful.
This is an underwater viewing platform where you will see pochard, trout, eel, etc. through the glass.