I recommend buying the annual pass if you're going to go more than twice in a year. It's better value, plus you get to skip the lines. It's open til 10pm, so you should go after 6pm to both avoid the massive crowds and get the whole place to yourself, and also to see the animals when they're more relaxed and chilled out without little kids stressing them.
Very quaint aquarium, though some of the exhibits were closed due to construction. As compensation they offer a 50% off coupon on the back of the tickets for summer - not much help for someone visiting from another country, but a nice gesture for locals.
Fun place to in Sydney. Keep an eye out for the giant crab. It's huge! The full experience is quite long, and you do travel up and down unlevel ground. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone who has mobility issues. Best value is to purchase the multi pass that you can customise to see the attractions you're interested in.
Solid tour although a little pricey with all the construction. Really cool view of dugongs and they eat all day so it's pretty awesome to see that. Manta rays, sharks and the little penguins were also quite excellent.
One of the best aquariums I have been to. I particularly like the interactive areas to let people learn more about the sea creatures. It always nice to have the touch pool as well. My favourite part is right at the end where there are plenty of seats for customers to sit back and watch the fish swim.
Just hate to be there. Such a chaos, and its worthless. In this sunny days no exact short route was there from town hall station except one that one also was closed. Such bad management...
Would have given zero star.