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Sea Life Kelly Tarlton’s is New Zealand’s most famous aquarium! It is home to New Zealand's only sub-Antarctic penguins and offers a myriad of opportunities to get up close and personal with incredible marine life from the Pacific and Southern...more
Hadn’t been since I was a kid and boy has it changed. Decided to stop in while on a girls weekend and wasn’t disappointed. Such a fantastic place to take the family - love the penguins and looking forward to bringing my kids back to...More
When first opened this attraction was a world leader - now there are a number of similar venues in major tourist cities.
Kids loved the penguins in particular - they were fascinated being able to watch them both above and under the water - and...More
We had two days to explore Auckland and had been told that Sea Life was worth a visit. It certainly was, we loved the whole experience, from the shark bus that picked us up in town to standing underneath the glass tunnel watching rays and...More
Family excursion, two adults & a nine year old daughter...we made our booking online which was a seamless process...I found the website to be very modern, informative & easily to use.
Alas upon visiting, we weren’t presented with the same vivid impressions...whilst things have evidently...More
Hadn't visited for 20 years. The little kids lived it. It seemed quite short time in the underwater tank. Had a nice bite to eat.
The lift is too small. Saw some people in wheelchairs having to take off parts to fit in the lift....More
I spent at least two hours in there, on my own and as soon as I left, I wanted more. There is a huge variety of creatures to see and some great viewing areas. There is a lot of interesting information of the history of...More
No the bus stop is very near the door for arrival but you do have to walk a little way (about 100 metres on flat ground) to catch the bus when you are finished. Unless you have something seriously wrong it should be no... More
No the bus stop is very near the door for arrival but you do have to walk a little way (about 100 metres on flat ground) to catch the bus when you are finished. Unless you have something seriously wrong it should be no problem.