Melbourne Aquarium (SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium)  is located in the center of Melbourne, Victoria's capital, at the junction of King Street and Flinders Street, adjacent to Yarra River. There are more than 500 species of marine life in the museum. Visitors can observe Australian marine life up close and swim with sharks. In the Undersea World Museum, visitors can touch various kinds of sea shellfish, learn about marine life visually from electronic simulators, a good place for a family to play.
The Melbourne Aquarium is also a natural place to visit aquariums. The interior space of the aquarium is simple, you can see a lot of large aquatic animals, and the temperature inside the aquarium is also very good.
Unfortunately, I chose to visit this aquarium on Sunday. Many people, especially many children, walked around and affected the taste of the visit. The aquarium has many different aquatic creatures and is very interesting. The aquarium is also in the city center, so it is very convenient, but the tickets are really a bit expensive.
Trip.com offered a cheaper rate than other booking companies / the actual Sea Life website. Tickets were also easy to redeem - highly recommended to book with Trip.com. They had a nice variety of marine life and also had a crocodile and penguins - nice to also see the penguins feeding process. There is a 10 mins 4d show included in the ticket - which helps to add to the overall experience at the aquarium.