Sydney Aquarium at Darling HarbourDecember 26th, 2008 by James | This article was viewed 11,421 times.
After months of living as an “introvert”, I finally had the chance to visit Sydney Aquarium located at Darling Harbour. I can’t be more fascinated by the underwater creatures that they have in the Aquarium.
Darling Harbour is located at the west side of Sydney CBD. It’s extremely easy to reach there. From Chatswood, it’s just a train ride to Townhall Train Station, walk a km to the west and you’re at Darling Harbour already.
Sydney Aquarium & Sydney Wildlife World is just beside the Pedestrian Bridge in Darling Harbour. Both these tourism spots are under the same roof but you have to pay for two tickets for them. For my case, I went to the Sydney Aquarium only.
There are tonnes of underwater wildlife to watch in there. So many that they made me wonder who the ones who are actually watching? Are the creatures watching us or are we watching the creatures? Haha.
The best part of Sydney Aquarium is the 2 big aquariums where Dugongs and Sharks are displayed. Those two are the most interesting part because they have tunnels underwater which makes it looks like sea worlds.
Here’s the video of the Dugong eating some seaweeds I took in HD in Sydney Aquarium.
Here are some highlights of the creatures in Sydney Aquarium which some I barely know what they are …
At the ending part of the Sydney Aquarium, there are benches around combined with very soothing underwater musics. The big aquarium in front of you could easily be misinterpreted as a large screen saver with various underwater wild lives. It’s dark and many people actually fell asleep in there.
Overall I think the Sydney Aquarium still have a lot of rooms for improvements. I would definitely revisit the place again, hopefully they will have more creatures by then!
Here are more pictures from AhWee Gallery.
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