Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Skip the Line: SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium Admission Ticket. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
The aquarium is a must-see. There are so many amazing exhibitions in addition to the big ones like the walk through oceanarium and the penguins. My 6 year old was captivated for 2 hours so that's how good it was. Highly recommended! Also smooth booking process with Viator, trouble free ticketing and good savings made.
i was so seprised at how well done the aquariam is run i would recamend it to all of my family and friends that go to melbourne it was a wounderfull expirians thank you
Great day for the kids lots to see and take in had a ball
I went to visit Melbourne Aquarium to see the penguins. Initially we wanted to do the penguin passport tour they had available but unfortunately there was only one spot left. We decided to check out the aquarium any way. The aquarium is much the same as Sydney aquarium however the penguin exhibit was pretty cool. I would definitely go back to see it again. The skip the line tickets were great also - make sure you print the voucher just to be safe.
Excellent. Skipping the queue saved a lot of time and the tickets were cheaper through your site.
My grandsons are fascinated with wildlife of all kinds and we go to the zoo every week. This was something quite different and we had a wonderful day.
It was great to be able to walk into the aquarium and not have to line up to get tickets. I would recommend these tickets to anyone who wants to have a hassle free visit. The penguins were exquisite. A great day out.
Was not really busy the time we went but there were alot of school groups that came after. Aquarium had some variety of displays and sea life. The best display to watch were the Penguins... so energetic and fun. There were a few baby penguins at the time too :D
The aquarium was great but the toilets were filthy. The disabed toilet was in with the baby change room and there were dirty nappies all over the floor.
The experience was wonderful. My wife , my 2yr old son and I arrived at the aquarium at about 11:00am and we just sailed through the line. Went straight to the front, didnt have to stand in the long queue and we were in... Twas a great experience.
Saved so much time by entering with a Pre Purchase ticket and also saved money with the Promotion code offer. All tickets are valid for all day. No time restrictions. Ticket is also a passout. Really worth it. Value for money.
Aquarium is worth visiting for the penguins alone, was slightly disappointed in the lack of coral displays though. Also could have had a 20% discount just by using voucher from the freely available Melbourne Visitor books you find in hotels and tourist info booths. (Viator was 10%) No queue at all the time we went, so maybe the skip the line thing might prove worthwhile for the lesser discount if it were busy
Appreciated being able to "skip the line" as it was school holidays and the Aquarium was quite busy. We were also on a limited time frame so appreciated not having to wait in a long line. The Melbourne Aquarium was interesting and well set out. Appreciated the photo package that was available at the end of the day. It seemed to be value for money.
Pre-booking tickets with Viator was a great idea. Jumped the queue. The kids enjoyed seeing the penguins and the sting ray feeding.
I enjoyed the trip a lot and was ablE to skip the queue which was quite long. It was worth it and my 4 year old enjoyed it heaps
Had a wonderful time with my two grandchildren who were delighted to see the hammerhead sharks. My favourite were the sea horses. We had a hammer head shark lunch which we all enjoyed. My only concern is the cost. Being grandparents and taking 2 children we did not get much change our of $200. I don't think people on low income could afford this. I know my daughter could not have taken the children. My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience though.
still had to stand in a line, but at least we knew what we were up for ostise, and saved a few $$ also. Great for our 2 year old - safe to let him go and let him have a ball. Loved th penguins.
All went well - straight to the head of the line.
Exhibitions are informative and educational.