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    Didn’t mind it at all. Seemed a bit pricey but there are three levels and thousands of fish, large sharks and rays, king penguins and a underwater tunnel in the heart of Melbourne, what more do you want?Food was fine and staff were friendly, however make sure you have your best smile when they take your photo at the beginning, as they try to get another purchase of a book out of you, and avoid the fish feeding – all you do is chuck in pellets (although I do understand the whole “keep the fish feed theory”, you never see any fish eating what you chuck in).

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    Went to the Aquarium today. 2 Adult + 2 Children $80 online. Was bit disappointing lack of exhibits and animals vs the cost. The layout was cool with all the walkways and lighting. Convenience of having a cafe half way through and plenty of toilets is a big thumbs up.Viewing windows could of been cleaned to get better photos. Its a place we wont be going to again in a hurry as this sort of cost certainly expected a more. If your going to go, pay online you will save alot more then paying when you get there.Flat fee $11 Carpark right across the road – Big thumps up.

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    Moving around with a pram on a busy day is hideous, lots of narrow areas to squeeze through. Very unpleasant. Displays are OK, but nothing special compared to other aquariums we have visited. Once my child is four, I will definitely not be paying $86 for us to visit…

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    was better than the zoo good and clean just a bit overpriced i recon only took us 1.30 to see every thing

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    Honestly, a bit of a let down. I used to love the aquarium as a kid and while it is still enjoyable, it lacks a wow factor. They retain some of the old, classic exhibitions (like the walk through tank with the sharks and rays), but removed some favourites (the giant crabs and lagoons with eels). I was quite disappointed at the removal of the jellyfish room, with only 1 tank having any. Some new displays are amazing. The crocodile is one of the most impressive creatures I have ever seen, and the penguins could provide hours of entertainment. Although I loved some of the new concepts (e.g. reptile section), I was very let down at the number of “closed” displays, like the water python. Oh, and long-gone is the cool ride at the end =(The new layout is not very enjoyable either. It is very cramped and directed, with little room to branch out and explore. You’re more pushed along with everyone else, having to wait to view the next display, which I have never had happen before.Considering a ticket here and the Melbourne Zoo are both around $30, you’ll get maybe 2 hours entertainment here, but a whole day at the zoo. It’s worth a visit, but only once in a very long while. TL;DR? Some new cool displays, but a lot of old favourites missing, and too many unavailable at the time. Worth a visit, but once is enough. And no ride at the end =(