I bought a joint ticket, including the Sydney Aquarium, the Sydney Wildlife Park and Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. The three places are together in darling harbor. If you book online in advance, you don't have to queue directly to get there. You can change tickets directly by taking the express lane. As soon as I entered the Sydney Aquarium, staff took pictures of each group of families with a green cloth background. They took corresponding actions. Later, they would add various backgrounds. They could choose to buy at the exit or not. The aquarium is not particularly large. There is a U-shaped submarine tunnel. Sharks swim around, because the aquarium is built on the beach and the water used in it is sea water. There are many marine creatures, sharks, walruses and various kinds of fish. In particular, there are many penguins in the aquarium, which is very good for penguin enthusiasts like me. You can go into the penguin area by boat and observe penguins at close range. One drawback is to see the staff feeding the animals with vegetable leaves. The whole aquarium is still very beautiful and suitable for parents and children to travel.
Unlike other aquariums, the Sydney Aquarium does not provide seals, dolphin performances and other performances, and the aquarium is built on the sea. The aquarium is directly connected to the harbor by pipes. There is little difference between fish living here and in the sea. The aquarium not only presents the marine natural ecology of Australia, but also cooperates with many scientific research institutes such as Sydney University to study marine ecology. Australia is rich in marine ecological resources. More than 13,000 species of submarine organisms from different parts of Australia, including the Great Barrier Reef, the Deep Sea, the Tasmanian Sea, the Rocky Coast, Mangroves and the Sydney Harbor, can be seen here.
It's similar to our Shanghai Aquarium, and it's similar in size. It's connected to Madame Tussauds Wax Museum and Wildlife Park in Sydney. There are marine organisms in various waters, but the most impressive one is the seabed tourist corridor, which can observe these marine organisms at a close distance of 360 degrees without dead angle.
The main building is Sydney Aquarium under the surface of Daring Harbor. With 146 meters long underwater passage and all circular glass viewing windows, visitors can enjoy the various forms of the underwater ecological environment. There are more than 5000 species of submarine organisms in Australia. Among them, there are many species of sharks, ranking first and second in the world. In addition, there are also the largest platypus in the world. Aquarium is very good, there are many kinds of underwater organisms, you can also see Australia's unique aquatic organisms.
Sydney Aquarium is one of the world's most famous aquariums. The entrance is on the shore of Daring Harbor. The main building is under water. Don't underestimate the small facade. There are 146 meters long underwater passages and all circular glass viewing windows. Among them, shark species rank first and second in the world, which is enough to amaze you. There is a beautiful legend here. Long ago, when fishermen were fishing and fishing, they found "mermaid" and fell into the sea to chase it. The legend of "mermaid" came into being. In fact, what they saw was a cow. In the Sydney Aquarium, you can see all kinds of rare marine animals, as well as the legendary meek manatee.
The Sydney Aquarium is a must-come place for city tours in Sydney. There are many huge aquariums here, especially the arched passageway over 100 meters long, which really makes you feel like you are in the underwater world. There are many rare marine organisms here, you will experience different colorful underwater world here, really amazing you.
It's good. I bought five choices and four choices. I think the aquarium is the most valuable one. Sydney's aquarium is not necessarily bigger than other places, but it's also interesting. There are some fish in the small window, you can see a small ecological environment, species do not know how many, but many of what I have not seen. The most impressive thing is the submarine tunnel. Although it's only about 3 to 4 times below the surface, you can feel the fish swimming around, especially the big sharks and some bigger fish are still afraid when they swim. The other one is the wildlife museum. Koala kangaroos can be seen. Some reptiles can also be seen. One of the big crocodiles inside is quite frightening. It is estimated that there are more than two meters. Then there is the Wax Museum. The wax figures in the wax museum are very real. There are many familiar faces in it. Let's guess for ourselves. Finally, the Tower of Sydney. Although it is not very high, it can still overlook Sydney from above. It is suggested that the sun should go up when it is going downhill. Joint tickets are worth a lot more than just buying them.
The Sydney Aquarium is supposed to be Australia's largest aquarium, where tens of thousands of marine life live, five huge aquariums, in colorful coral bushes, all kinds of fish live freely. The arched glass underwater corridor, about 100 meters long, is amazing and exciting to watch sharks and whales pass overhead.
The Sydney Aquarium is in Valentine's Harbor. Parents take their children to a lot of places. There are many unique Australian animals and plants, platypus, coral, clown fish.... Online booking in advance can also be discounted and do not have to queue to buy tickets, direct exchange on the line.