When children come to this aquarium, they can draw their own light rain, then scan it on the computer and it becomes a 3-D fish swimming on the screen. I'm so excited to death as a college student, not to mention the children. There are also very cute penguins and penguins living here. They interact with people, say hello, cute underwater tunnels are also very long. Sometimes the staff will come to feed in diving suits and check the feeding beforehand. It's amazing to see the feeding again.
This aquarium can see emperor penguins and lovely baby penguins. There is a free shuttle bus near the wharf building, which runs every hour (the bus is a shark's head, very eye-catching). Get a coupon from Auckland A-Z at the I-Site Visitor Center with a 10 [%] discount for this aquarium.
Take your children to Auckland. We've been to Sydney Darling Harbour, Australia, where Salife is the same, but it's bigger and more complete. Our hotel is also a scenic spot on the side of the Sky Tower. It's convenient to have Sealife's shuttle bus stop every 20 minutes across the street from the Wharf Tower and pick up the ocean hall for free.
The aquarium has free cars to pick up and deliver passengers every hour. They are called shark cars. They are a little special in shape. The whole place is built on the ground, but it's really not big, and there aren't many sea creatures. It takes less than two hours to see the whole place. The admission fee of NT 39 is very expensive, not too valuable.
In the underwater world, the environment is very well managed and orderly. Generally speaking, it is quite good, and the species are quite rich. Tickets include sea lion performances. The interaction between children and sea lions is very exciting and suitable for parent-child tours.
Very beautiful underwater world is really beautiful penguin polar bear seal dolphin beluga whale turtle golden Python groundhog all kinds of fish jellyfish! It's really an eye-opener. The most surprising thing is that polar bears thought the underwater world was just looking at fish.
There are few better ways to spend a rainy day in Auckland than at the aquarium. Situated right on the water, overlooking the harbor, the aquarium houses over 30 animal exhibits. With everything from sharks, to octopus, to, of course, penguins (!), there's so much to see, making it the perfect family excursion. And if you are looking for something a little more adventurous, try the shark cage! You are placed in a cage in one of the underwater exhibits filed with blue sharks, letting you get really up close and personal with the fascinating creatures. Make sure to buy your tickets online in advance, as the prices are much less ($31 for a single admission online versus $39 at the door). If you are looking for a different way to spend your time in Auckland, the aquarium is a definite must!